Denver's police officers are rarely arresting homeless people under the city's "camping ban" — but the city is increasingly using other laws to move people along, according to a new report from the University of Denver.
Laundry Truck 2.0 will officially launch at Bayaud's headquarters on May 17.
The new campaign is called the "The Denver Right to Survive Initiative." It also would declare violations of the ordinance to be civil rights violations.
They need about 150 more volunteers, mostly in Denver.
Dozens of people spoke out against the city's plans, but the proposals got crucial approvals from council Tuesday.
Beloved Community is Denver's first modern, legal housing community built by and for people experiencing homelessness, and it's changing the conversation.
Shelter staff and volunteers at Urban Peak try to recreate those familiar holiday sensations, but joy isn't always straightforward here.
Denver officials thought they had a deal, but now it's hit a major snag. The city may turn to eminent domain to seize part of the course for flood control.
Bennie Milliner had relatively little experience in social services when he took the Road Home job — and he was dropped straight into a heated conversation.
"Where in the world do you ever see a millionaire and a person experiencing homelessness chatting and doing the same task as equals?"
They are subjects in an $8.7 million experiment -- the Denver Social Impact Bond Program - that may be the first of its scale in the United States.
OPINION: As a teenager, I lived on the 15, Colfax’s famous bus line, riding from Aurora to Civic Center
I often began my bus ride at I-225 where the Waffle House used to be because I could lock myself in the bathroom and sit under the hand dryer.
The Denver Day Works program will pay 36 people to keep River North extra tidy and welcoming over the next three weeks.
The two new shelters will collectively have room for several hundred people. They'll serve as a replacement for a current "overflow" shelter further east.
Contracts to reconfigure City Park Golf Course are likely to be approved Aug. 14. A lawsuit to stop the project goes to trial Aug. 21.
Atlanta built twice as much housing as Denver and rents rose half as much, and other numbers that tell our real estate story.
After two months building the units and a communal bathhouse at 38th and Walnut Streets, formerly homeless residents will begin to make settle into the tiny houses.
After a nine-month selection process, park officials have a recommendation for Denver City Council as to who should lead City Park Golf Course's redesign.
"This has been great. I’m blessed that this has happened," said one Denver Day Works participant. "What about the 5,000 other guys?"