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The Senate unanimously passed a bill designed to allow victims of sexual assault and stalking to break their rental agreements or leases to seek more safe housing. The bill expands on current law that affords limited rights to victims of domestic violence fleeing unsafe living situations. ...
March 21 2017, 3:00 PM
Photo courtsey of Roomi
What if finding a roommate was as easy as picking a date on Tinder?
The Roomi app promises to streamline the often-painstaking process of looking for housing while giving users the opportunity to safely and easily connect with potential roommates.
Launched in 2015 in New York, Roomi...
March 13 2017, 4:20 PM
—Photos by Mike Tish
The number 13 is a lucky one at 5280 Publishing! The City and Regional Magazine Association award finalists were announced this morning, and 5280 is mentioned 13 times—the most nods we've ever received in 23 years of publication. From general excellence to civic journalism to...
March 7 2017, 3:30 PM
Photo by Let Idea Compete / Flickr via Creative Commons
For more than a year, Boulder County residents and government have squared off over a 20-acre stretch of land northeast of town. Tucked between residential housing and Twin Lakes Open Space in the unincorporated town of Gunbarrel, the Boulder County Housing Authority proposed a change to the ...
February 28 2017, 11:20 AM
—Courtesy of Denver Police Department Public Information Office
In early January, the Denver Police Department announced they would be revising the use-of-force policy outlined in the 744-page Operations Manual. On Saturday, citizens will get one more opportunity to provide input on the policy draft at the third and final community meeting to discuss these...
February 3 2017, 10:00 AM
Photo courtesy of Huckleberry Roasters
In perhaps the most caffeinated stand against the Trump Administration to date, a local coffee company will participate in a national fundraiser to support the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in response to President Trump’s recent executive order regarding refugees and...
February 1 2017, 1:30 PM
Christo on the Arkansas River—the planned site of the artist's contentious "Over The River" project—in 2010. Photo courtesy of Wolfgang Volz
In the largest outcry heard from the art community against President Donald Trump yet, artist Christo announced last week he will walk away from what would have been his biggest work ever attempted in the U.S.
The shimmering, silver canopy draped intermittently above a 42-mile stretch of the...
January 31 2017, 2:00 PM
Fort Collins resident Hanan Isweiri and her youngest son, Tameem, are currently stranded in Amman, Jordan
Update, 2/6/17: Isweiri and Tameem were reunited with their family at DIA on Sunday, February 5, after a federal judge granted a temporary restraining order on the immigration ban.
Colorado resident Hanan Isweiri hadn’t visited her home country of Libya in six years. Earlier this...
January 30 2017, 3:05 PM