'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.
Homeless Development Evokes Fury Among ResidentsLakewood residents were fired up at Thursday night’s public meeting hosted by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.
'Once-In-A-Lifetime' Opportunity To Build Complex For Homeless Draws ConcernsA proposal is being considered to build a new housing complex for homeless people on federal land in Lakewood, and the size of the project is drawing concerns.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Many Panhandlers Also Dealing HeroinWhile a great many of those standing on corners with signs are certainly needy, 4 On Your Side Investigator Rick Sallinger found some are involved in dealing heroin.
Denver Poised To Make Urban Camping IllegalSeven years after embracing an ambitious plan to provide housing and job training for Denver's homeless, the city is poised Monday to impose restrictions that opponents - including Occupy protesters - say will make it illegal to have no home.
Controversy Emerges Over Funding For City's Homeless CoalitionA Denver city councilman is raising questions about the funding for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless after it has asked the council for increased funding for the third time this year.
Restaurant Aims To End Homelessness 1 Pizza At A TimeWhen he was mayor, John Hickenlooper launched the city's campaign to end homelessness. Now more businesses are getting involved.