Frustration with lack of information led two council members to essentially vote against free money for housing.
It represents yet more evidence on an idea that has been researched for more than 50 years. In fact, much of what we know about it began in Denver.
"The balance between costs of housing in the city and wages… those two are grossly out of line."
Denver's 45-person homelessness commission will dissolve and reconvene later this summer as a smaller but more representative group.
Erik Soliván on a new approach to homelessness in Denver: "My role, being positioned within the mayor’s office, is ... 'How do we get past our silos?'"
In Rocky Mountain National Park’s high lakes, scientists find traces of Colorado’s Gold Rush and the Great Depression
Pollution from across the Front Range drifts up to Rocky Mountain. USGS field ecologist Jill Baron can see it in her long-running study of Loch Vale.
Leader of Denver’s new office of HOPE on city’s housing crisis: “We know there are limited resources and limited patience”
The idea is that this office will help turn the city's many plans around housing, homelessness and economic development into coordinated action.
LOOK: An archive of pressed flowers (and weeds) at the Denver Botanic Gardens reflects changing temperatures
Underneath the Denver Botanic Gardens' greenhouse, you'll find the herbarium, a massive library of pressed plants collected over the course of a century.
Ancient ice reveals vital clues about Earth's past climate