Surveillance Video Shows Trash Scattered Across Park After 4/20 FestivalThe country's largest 4/20 festival left something behind that didn't sit well with Denver residents-- trash was strewn across Civic Center Park Friday morning, covering the grass and brick walkways.
4/20 Garbage Scattered Across Civic Center ParkSome Denver residents are demanding that next year’s 4/20 rally be relocated after a large amount of trash was scattered throughout Civic Center Park following Thursday’s event.
Litter Strewn All Over Civic Center Park Morning After 4/20 RallyCleanup is underway in Civic Center Park After someone got into trash bags left over from Thursday's 4/20 rally and left trash all over the grass.
3 Found Guilty Of Violating Urban Camping BanA jury has found three people guilty of violating Denver's controversial urban camping ban. It was the first time such cases have gone to trial.
3 Denver Homeless Advocates Tried For Violating Camping BanThree advocates for Denver's homeless population who tried to camp outside city hall last year were being tried in court Wednesday for violating a city law they consider immoral. They could face up to a year in jail if convicted.
Urban Camping Ban Challenge Heads To CourtThe first ever trial challenging Denver’s urban camping ban is underway.
Volunteer Provides Furnishings To Formerly Homeless FamiliesAn Arvada volunteer has taken it upon herself to help families furnish their homes as they move out of homelessness.
Tiny Home Village Proposed To House HomelessA first of its kind tiny home village could be coming to Denver's Rino neighborhood as a proposed solution to the homeless problem around the city.
Homeless Man Wins $50,000 Colorado Lottery PrizeA man who had been living at the Denver Rescue Mission won a $50,000 prize with a Colorado Lottery scratch ticket.
DPD Gives Bike To Former Homeless Man Thriving In New Work ProgramLong before the City of Denver offered him a job, Danny Tims, Jr. was picking up trash in Civic Center Park.
Business Owner Feeds The Homeless On ChristmasBusinesses, churches and families came together to help the homeless Denverites on Christmas.
2016 Year In Review: News That Kept People Talking In DenverFrom the troubled A Line to an interview with Burke Ramsey 20 years after the death of his sister, a number of stories kept people in the Denver metro area talking.