Sanctuary Cities Threat Could Cost Colorado Cities MillionsDenver has long been known as a sanctuary city for illegal immigrants even though it has no formal policy to that effect.
Outreach Court Brings Legal Services To HomelessThere's a new plan to better help the homeless in Denver. The program called Denver Outreach Court brings court services to the homeless at the Denver Rescue Mission.
Several Thousand Celebrate King With 'Marade' In DenverSeveral thousand people walked through snowy Denver to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in the city's 31st annual "Marade".
People Of Different Faiths, Cultures Unite On MLK WeekendPeople from different faiths and cultures came together in the Denver metro area to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Denver's New Housing Services Office Gets New DirectorDenver's Mayor Michael Hancock announced the new executive director of the new Office of Housing and Opportunities for People Everywhere, or HOPE, on Monday.
Homeless Trio Cited For Violating Camping Ban Opt For TrialThree members of Denver's homeless population appeared in court on Wednesday morning.
Mayor Hancock: Helping The Homeless Will Remain A PriorityHomelessness in Denver is the most complex issue Mayor Michael Hancock said he has faced while in office.
Police Respond After Taking Blankets From HomelessThe Denver Police Department is defending officers who were caught on video taking blankets and tents from homeless people when temperatures dropped to below freezing overnight.
Homeless Find Full-Time Jobs With New Programhe City of Denver's new program to put the homeless to work is paying off.
Beam Placed In Topping Off Ceremony For New Rec CenterCrews topped off the new Carla Madison Recreation Center in Denver on Wednesday.
'Not Widespread Practice': Mayor On Police Taking Blankets In Frigid TempsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says the video that shows police officers taking blankets from protesters camped outside in front of city hall is "not a widespread practice."
Mayor Hancock Tells Police To Stop Taking Tents From HomelessDenver Mayor Michael Hancock is ordering Denver police to temporarily stop taking camping equipment, including tents and blankets, away from homeless people because of frigid weather.

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