The plaintiffs collectively represent a class of about 5,500 people who live on Denver's streets.
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.
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.
They've already bought another truck and are gearing up to double their capacity in 2018.
We do a lot of reporting on the state of Denver's most vulnerable populations. You might be moved to do something as a result, so we've put together a list.
Denver Council President Albus Brooks says his proposed "Breath Easy" ban on smoking and vaping would be a crucial step in driving down smoking rates.
The Denver Day Works program will pay 36 people to keep River North extra tidy and welcoming over the next three weeks.
Denver Rescue Mission is one of about 200 nonprofits to which the Rockies donate free tickets each season.
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.
Denver's annual Project Homeless Connect pulls together a variety of services in one place for one day. This year, it takes place Sept. 19.
Denver City Council members still want to squeeze in a few more projects. "I would recommend we do not push it any further," the city's CFO told them.
Lack of communication and uncertainty about roles led to unsafe conditions at the Crossroads Shelter. It's not clear even today whose responsibility it is.
"It sure doesn’t feel down, either in the city or in the metro area," said Evan Dreyer, deputy chief of staff to Mayor Michael Hancock.
How a Salvation Army homeless shelter became a potential deathtrap in Denver’s trendiest neighborhood
Denver fire officials say the shelter was so overcrowded and ill-maintained that it was primed for catastrophe: “There would have been major loss of life."
RiNo business owners file complaints against Joe’s Liquors, citing public intoxication of homeless customers
Some community members believe there is a campaign afoot to drive out Joe's Liquors now that RiNo is changing.