The city's population grew by 23 percent between 2000 and 2015, but housing stock rose by just 17 percent.
Many homeowners -- particularly around the Metro area -- found out this month their property assessment has gone up as much as 35 percent.
The federal government launched Energy Star in 1992 to rate computer monitors. Now it covers dozens of product categories from washers to electronics and homes.
The S & P Case Schiller Home Price Index reports Denver had the third fastest home appreciation last month, up more than 8 percent compared to last year.
Just 327 out of an estimated 3,000 hosts have obtained their short-term rental license as the city readies enforcement.
After four years in Virginia, the former Denver Post columnist returns to Colorado and an "evolving" Denver.
Young people are carrying record levels of student debt, making it hard for them to qualify for a loan.
Cohousing, where residents share common spaces such as dining rooms and gardens, have been around for years. However, new urban cohousing developments across the Front Range are attracting new generations of young families and retirees.
A scathing assessment of the Iraq War came out of the U.K. this week. It said the invasion "left families bereaved and individuals wounded." Former U.S. Senator from Colorado Ben Nighthorse Campbell reflects on his vote to wage war. There's a co-housing boom along the Front Range, where people share meals and socialize, but live in their own homes. And mid-century modern design is all the rage in southeast Denver's Krisana Park. Many residents wants to preserve this mid-mod character. And Central City Opera presents a 60th anniversary production of an opera about Baby Doe Tabor.