If the measure passes, it will likely mean fewer than 700 such permits for new housing would be available in the year after approval in Lakewood.
For A.J. White, his cats Haim and Genki aren't pets, they're essential emotional support animals that helped him get out of bed in the morning.
Voters will decide if they should limit growth of residential development in the city over affordability issues and concerns that city services could be strained.
There’s still a lot of love for this former mining town, even though it’s gone from a place to escape the world to a place that caters to some of its most privileged.
The Denver metro's unsheltered homeless population has grown nearly 60 percent over the last five years, to around 1,300 individuals.
Census data shows people moving into Fairplay from outside the county at three times the state average.
After Denver rejected the Beloved Community Village’s petition for private land, the city has now offered city-owned land as a new semi-permanent home.
The challenge asked cities to come up with innovative solutions to big problems that other cities could copy.
To hang on to teachers, Denver Public Schools and other Colorado school districts are playing a bigger role connecting educators with housing programs.