Opinion: Why Coloradans experiencing homelessness need COVID-19 vaccination now
Bringing vaccines to communities most affected by the pandemic is a public health, health-equity and moral imperative. Not doing so prolongs this pandemic.
With homelessness more visible than ever, Colorado cities don’t have to count outdoor residents
While Denver and Colorado Springs opted out of the annual homeless count during coronavirus, Grand Junction and Glenwood volunteers fanned out to rural camps
Confusion and omissions dampen hopes for speedy COVID-19 vaccinations of unhoused Coloradans
Providers are concerned about getting unhoused people back for the required second dose of coronavirus vaccine.
Wilson: Denver hip-hop legend Apostle returns to take on Michael Hancock and homelessness
No matter where you stand on Denver’s homelessness crisis, we can all agree that due to COVID’s impact, it’s going to get worse.
Denver asks federal appeals court to stop ruling on homeless sweeps
The city is appealing Monday's ruling requiring them to give a week's notice before clearing illegal encampments.
Federal judge requires week notice before encampment sweeps in Denver
Judge William Martinez ruled Monday that Denver must give a week's notice before clearing out illegal encampments.
How one block on Pearl Street represents Denver’s stubborn homelessness crisis
The city’s encampments persist, with tensions boiling over in Capitol Hill. Denver has opened two sanctioned camps, but they’re full. Besides, some refuse to live there.
Opinion: Mayor Coffman’s conclusions about homelessness are unfounded and troubling
In a Colorado long-term care facility during coronavirus, and desperate to get out
There are significant barriers that keep people in nursing homes that they would rather not live in. Affordable housing is a huge one.
Months into coronavirus, I returned to urban nature and once again found hope
Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus
Homeless challenge Denver encampment sweeps in federal court
The lawsuit names Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and other city officials and police officers as defendants but also Gov. Jared Polis for allegedly encouraging the sweep of an encampment of a park near the state Capitol this summer
Opinion: I didn’t make “Denver in Decay” to save the city. I want to wake people up.
Nicolais: Clowns to the left, jokers to right, Michael Hancock in the middle continuing to govern
Between constant attacks from people like Candi CdeBaca and Steffan Tubbs, Mayor Michael Hancock has dealt with a pandemic and protests with aplomb
Downtown Denver’s hotel industry is struggling. Is it because people don’t want to be in the city center?
Even if a coronavirus vaccine comes, the hotel and convention industry can’t just hit the restart button. The uncertainty of recovery means events are getting canceled through mid-to-late 2021.
Downtown Denver is starving for people. When will they come back?
After the shutdown, few companies have fully returned to their offices, while homelessness and protests conjure a new vibe.
Denver, facing unprecedented homelessness, moves ahead on family-size affordable housing with 3 new projects
The city now has 13 affordable housing projects in the pipeline as a recession begins and unemployment skyrockets
Homelessness in Denver is obvious, but the never-ending work to solve it is harder to see
It could take months to find someone housing. And in that time, hundreds more who are newly homeless or new to Denver have arrived.
Encampment near Capitol cleared out days after governor invites cleanup, troopers get OK to enforce Denver ordinances
Colorado State Patrol troopers in helmets and yellow booties swept through Lincoln Park on Wednesday morning. Crews used snow shovels to pile up trash.
Homeless camps in downtown Denver are “out of control” as the pandemic drags on. So what’s the solution?
One nonprofit counted 30 encampments and 664 tents. The tent cities are growing more persistent as Denver has backed off enforcing the camping ban.
Denver gives state troopers ability to enforce city laws around Capitol, governor’s mansion at Polis’ request
The move gives the Colorado State Patrol more leeway to stop graffiti and address encampments on state-owned land in Denver. It comes as a growing number of people camp out near state-owned buildings.