Help For The Homeless: Saint Joseph Hospital Offers Free Hot Showers On SaturdayThis weekend, anyone in need can get a hot shower and a good breakfast at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver.
'I Love My Job!' Denver Day Works Helps Those In Need Find JobsA program helping those struggling with homelessness get jobs is marking 2½ years. Those who have taken part in Denver Day Works gathered to celebrate its success.
Sox Place Offers Teens Struggling With Homelessness Sense Of NormalcyTeenagers struggling with homelessness are getting some help thanks to a big donation by the Cherry Creek Denver Rotary Club. Sox Place offers teens a chance to do basic things like take a shower and do laundry.
'Right To Survive': New Poll Shows Initiative 300 Losing By 2-1 MarginA new survey on Initiative 300 shows the ‘Right To Survive’ measure losing in next week’s Denver election by nearly a two to one margin.
'Simplest Things Make Huge Impact': Groups Forge Bond At Denver Giving SummitAt Denver's first Giving Summit, the focus was support and care for the city's most vulnerable people.
Woman's Mission To Help Homeless Comes From ExperienceOne woman is trying to help the homeless keep warm this winter, after her father's death from hypothermia while he was living on the streets.
Formerly Homeless Help Current Homeless Through Peer Program At Denver Public LibraryA growing program employing formerly homeless people at the Denver Public Library is helping the homeless to get off the streets and find work.
Almost 1,000 Homeless Treated To 'Christmas In The Park'For the 10th year in a row, volunteers for “Christmas in the Park” handed out thousands of essentials to Denver’s homeless.
Business Owner Considering Move After 'Frightening' Encounter With Homeless ManA Denver business owner is considering moving his business out of the Curtis Park neighborhood after what he called a "frightening" encounter with a homeless person.
Holiday Lights Mark One For Every Homeless Person Living In DenverA display of holiday lights will do double duty this season, shining a light on the amount of homeless living in Denver.
'More Shanty Towns, Ghettos': The Cost Of Too Little Affordable HousingWith too little affordable housing in Denver, the future of the city could look much different. Already, more than 10,000 people are waking up each morning without a home.
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.
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.
Colorado Survey Suggests Legal Marijuana Is Attracting Homeless PeopleA new survey in Colorado suggests that more than one-third of homeless jail inmates who have come to the state since 2012 have come, at least in part, because of legal marijuana.
Spice Garden Gives Homeless Diners Flavor And DignityThe flower bed outside Father Woody’s Haven of Hope was just for aesthetics until this year, when it will provide a little spice for meals made for the homeless.