A protest group called “Occupy Denver” that used to protest in downtown Denver and in public areas has now reverted to a different tactic — descending on a quiet Denver neighborhood every Sunday afternoon and protesting outside a private home.
A new report shows Denver’s ban on urban camping is making life harder on the homeless.
Some Denver businesses admit they’re having buyer’s remorse. They say they bought Denver City Council’s line last year when the city wanted support to keep people from sleeping on the 16th Street Mall.
It’s a ski sale, but occupy Denver has a problem with Sports Authority hosting its annual SNIAGRAB.
Bargain hunters will soon begin staking tents outside the Sports Authority Sports Castle in downtown Denver for their annual SNIAGRAB sale. This will occur again this year despite a camping ban in city limits.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday signed an executive order that makes the use of private fireworks illegal and bans open burning.
Denver’s new unauthorized camping ordinance intended to get homeless people and others from sleeping on the streets at night could mean more trouble for nearby cities.
Wheat Ridge will start enforcing its camping ban. They will sweep the greenbelt area Friday morning.
Denver’s ban on urban camping went into effect on Tuesday. Business leaders say it will make city streets safer, but homeless advocates say it unfairly targets people with nowhere to go.
The controversial camping ban in Denver officially takes effect next week. It’s seen by some as criminalizing the homeless but police claim that’s not true.