With community members looking on, work crews use a crane to set a modular home duplex onto its foundation in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood of Denver on Aug. 12, 2020. The two-story affordable housing unit will be sold to two families from the Globeville or Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods who are at risk of being displaced. (Joe Mahoney, Special to The Colorado Trust)

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Colorado eviction courts are seeing a buildup in cases now that moratoriums have expired

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State lawmaker in wheelchair puts Colorado Capitol access in spotlight

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Author Lori Hodges built her first novel around family genealogy — plus her dog’s bouts with a porcupine

Research on her roots and idle hours between emergency ambulance calls gave her the inspiration and the opportunity to create "Sweet Twisted Pine"