That's right: Even if the city’s trees fall onto the city’s street, the nearest property owner has to pay.
Let's take a look at what happened and why it happened, with a special blend of science and social media.
In the era of #MeToo and the ever-massive Women's Marches, Denver's women are hungry to take action. Learning to fend off an attacker with elbows and fierce shouts is one way to do just that.
There's a sense of urgency on this issue as the 2018 legislative session starts in a few short weeks with a cloud over it.
Colorado Rep. Steve Lebsock to make statement on bid for state treasurer seat before end of November
The announcement comes after widespread reports from female lawmakers, lobbyists and staff members accusing Lebsock, a Thornton Democrat, of sexual harassment.
One lobbyist described sexual harassment at the Colorado State Capitol as a problem that "crosses party lines and has been happening for generations."
And it could be tonight before everyone is back online.