Attorney Penfield Tate Joins Race For Mayor Of DenverPenfield Tate is a former state lawmaker, attorney and long-time Democratic analyst for Colorado Public Television12 and CBS4.
Couple Pays Deposit, Rent On Home But Still Faces EvictionA couple who paid their deposit and rent have been labeled as squatters and are now facing eviction. It's a problem that is growing in the ever-competitive Denver metro area housing market.
After Months Of Searching, Woman With Housing Voucher Lands ApartmentDays before her housing voucher was set to expire after multiple extensions, a woman living out of her car was able to find an apartment. Up until now, the competitive housing market was unable to accommodate her needs.
Telluride Puts Affordable Housing Tax Issue Before VotersThe Town of Telluride is considering increasing taxes to fund more affordable housing.
'Housing Market Is Ridiculous': Woman Frustrated Trying To Find Affordable HousingA woman searching for a new apartment with a housing voucher says five months later she still cannot find a complex that fits her budget or an available unit in a market that remains reluctant to accept people with financial assistance.
Mayor Signs Off On Plan To Double City's Affordable Housing FundDenver Mayor Michael Hancock signed off on two measures on Tuesday which tackle affordable housing. Both passed unanimously during Monday night's city council meeting.
Have An Opinion About Denver's Growth? Here's Your Chance!Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to know what you think about the future of Denver and how the city should grow over the next 20 years.
Habitat For Humanity Set To Build Dozens Of Affordable HomesHabitat for Humanity of Metro Denver announced they will build 32 homes in the Elyria Swansea Neighborhood.
More Affordable Housing Coming To Summit CountyVail Resorts and Summit County are working together to build more affordable housing in Colorado's mountain communities.
Movement To Try To Overturn Denver Camping Ban Gets GoingA push is on to allow homeless people to camp in Denver city parks and on the 16th Street Mall.
City Of Denver Addresses Source Of Income DiscriminationThere is concern in Denver that a portion of the city's population is missing out on housing opportunities because of the source of their income, whether it be housing vouchers or other governmental assistance programs.
New Pilot Program Hopes To Help Denverites Afford RentCity leaders launched a new program they say is unlike any other in the country to try and help families find affordable options for housing.
City Council Hopes Micro-Apartments Will Help Affordable Housing VoidMore affordable housing is in the works after the Denver City Council moved forward with plans to help restore an historic building on South Broadway.
Historic Building To Be Redeveloped Into Affordable Housing For SeniorsThe historic Tammen Hall in Denver is being redeveloped for low-income seniors.
Plan For Towers In Larimer Square ScrappedDevelopers are taking a step back from a proposal that would have added two buildings to Denver's historic Larimer Square.