As the names of those who perished on the streets were read aloud, those in attendance joined together to say, "We will remember."
At the end of December, the school established in the early 1950s will shut its doors.
There was fanfare accompanying its debut, but before that it had angered downtown Denver hotels, survived numerous legal challenges, and cost hundreds of millions in tax incentives.
Supporters say the percentage of immigrants who can’t afford a lawyer for their cases is an affront to due process rights.
It's our own middle-of-the-Front Range version of the Farmer’s Almanac.
The show features poems and prose written on, for and about typewriters. The public can participate by typing up their own work on an antiquated mechanical contraption.
Denver terminated the contract with Trammell Crow on Tuesday, citing misconduct in a $233 million expansion project.
The city has terminated the contract of one real estate development company and will further review another construction company.
Denver’s move to host a supervised drug-use facility still needs approval from Colorado’s legislature before any action can be taken.
Immigration court backlogs have swelled, from 190,000 to almost 800,000 in 2018 — among those asylum claims jumped to almost 150,000 in 2017.