A lack of clarity has led to speculation that masses of people experiencing homelessness have moved to Denver solely to get stoned.
Through text messages, donors buy heaters, jackets, bedding and more for individual people who need them.
Interactions between the criminal justice system and groups including the mentally ill, young people and the homeless are the focus of a Denver conference.
To the shape of the hallways to the colors of the floor, the design hopes to comfort people who've experienced trauma.
The city will pay $188,000 to private investors because people like Manuel Valdez have managed to stay in their new homes and off of the streets.
Durango is considering moving an encampment in La Plata County onto city property. Meantime, the campers are learning to govern themselves and are torn about having to move.
Attorneys for both parties are filing separate motions for summary judgment in the case.
More police and security officers, and if the budget allows, security cameras and lowering the book stack shelves, are among the measures planned.
The issue of storage contributed to an increase in homeless camps in downtown Denver. Two new projects are meant to address that.
Saturday is the second annual Ainsley Price Day of Service for Veterans in Denver, during which ex-military members can get free services for their animals.