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.
Drug Use Leads Some Colorado Businesses To Close Bathroom DoorsFor the homeless and drug users in Denver, business doors are often shut out of fear the restrooms will be used by drug users to inject drugs.
Addition Of 2nd Laundry Truck Provides More Options For Clean ClothesNow there are even more options for people living in Denver to have clean clothes thanks to the addition of another laundry truck.