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Denver’s cityscape stills in the time of coronavirus 'Me, I don’t...

An inscription on the entrance wall of Denver’s Wellington E. Webb Municipal Building asks those who enter “What is the city but the people?”  That...

Guest Post: We can do better by repealing Denver’s camping ban

After hearings this week, a Denver County Court judge will decide whether the city's camping ban is unconstitutional. But what the evidence presented has...

Denver’s one-day, one-stop event to help those needing stable housing draws...

As a biting wind delivered the first inches of snow for the year on Thursday morning, hundreds of people experiencing homelessness gathered inside of...

Denver’s safety oversight board blasts Hancock administration’s decision in jail killing...

The board that reviews disciplinary decisions in Denver's Safety Department says it's "extremely troubled" by Mayor Michael Hancock's administration's handling of the officers involved...

The ACLU accused Colorado Springs of running a ‘debtors prison.’ Today...

Colorado Springs officials met with the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado to discuss the group's complaints that the city had been running a...

Court shoots down Grand Junction panhandling ordinance

Federal district judge Christine Arguello on Wednesday put an end to Grand Junction’s panhandling ordinance, ruling the law violates the First Amendment right to...

Sit on the curb, go to jail

Sit in the wrong place in downtown Colorado Springs, and you could find yourself arrested. At least, that would be the case if Mayor...

Wiretap: Health insurance industry still less responsive than any glitchy website

Her policy got canceled and Obamacare will cost her more. Yet, after a day spent dealing with her unresponsive, unaccountable insurance company and after consulting with her conscience, she thinks Obamacare is the way to go.

A new ‘band of brothers’? Vets make up 25 percent of...

Alternet posts a damning story on the crisis of homelessness among military veterans. What next? Shall we festoon yellow ribbons on homeless shelters and abandoned buildings in a display of "support the troops" patriotism?

Colorado Springs halts homeless sweeps

Colorado Springs mayor Lionel Rivera issued a moratorium on homeless camp cleanups last week, saying he wants the city to explore the ethical and legal issues surrounding the practice, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.
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