Denver voters are ready to drop some serious dough on improvements to their city. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock responds to last night's election results.
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.
Critics want the city to hire lawyers for renters facing eviction.
Firman says it’s important for the immigrant community to trust local police and understand they’re not enforcing federal immigration law.
Mayor Michael Hancock joins dozens of other mayors and jurisdictions in the lawsuit, and is not worried about angering the White House.
“This has never been more important than now,” Hancock said in announcing the agreement. To the undocumented people living in the city, he said, “We've got your back.”
Mayor Michael Hancock announced a $2 billion plan to reduce commuter traffic, but it's unclear where the money is coming from.
The Democratic mayor talks to CPR News about his new approach to affordable housing and homelessness, and the changes he's seen in immigration enforcement in the city.
Denver teens worked with Brooklyn artist Sarah Gerard to interview people experiencing homelessness for a new multimedia exhibition at PlatteForum.
The city's newly announced affordable housing fund is one step to try to stop the displacement of longtime residents, but time is running out