Homeless Along The South Platte River Will Be Arrested If Not Gone By WednesdayThe homeless living along the South Platte River in Englewood will be arrested if they don't vacate the area by Wednesday.
Police Tell Homeless Camping Along South Platte To Move OutCity officials say they have found drugs and human waste that must be cleaned up -- as well as trip wires to keep people away.
Nonprofit Helping Homeless Along South Platte Ahead Of Deadline To LeaveA nonprofit is coming together to help the homeless who have less than two weeks to leave their camps along the South Platte River in Englewood.
Englewood Homeless Along South Platte Given Notice To VacateThe City of Englewood is telling homeless campers along the South Platte River near Dartmouth they must move within two weeks.
Get Ready For A New Park In RiNoDenver is getting a new park along the South Platte River. The park will be built at Arkins and 35th in the RiNo neighborhood.
Gutter Bins Keeping Huge Amounts Of Trash Out Of Platte RiverWalk around Civic Center Park in Denver, and you’ll find litter everywhere. Bottle caps, plastic bottles and paper are strewn throughout the gutters.
Greenback Cutthroat Trout, Once Thought To Be Extinct, Making A ComebackThe official state fish of Colorado was thought to be lost forever but now the greenback cutthroat trout is making a comeback.
50 Volunteers Clean Up Trashed South Platte River CorridorA group of Coloradans came together to pick up trash in the South Platte River and surrounding area near Interstate 25 and Speer Boulevard.
South Platte River Cleanup Aims To Beautify WaterwayYou can’t go much more than a few yards along the South Platte River without seeing trash. In the water and along the riverbanks you’ll find everything from plastic bottles to shopping carts.
Body Found In South Platte RiverDenver police responded to 8th Avenue and Zuni Street after they say an unidentified adult male was found dead in the South Platte River.
Marking The 5-Year Anniversary Of Colorado's September FloodsMore than a dozen cities and counties were impacted as historic amounts of water flowed through a half dozen major rivers and tributaries.