Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 7:50 a.m.
Between numerous homeless sweeps, new development popping up like weeds, crime on the 16th Street Mall, the upcoming election and the ever-evolving pot industry, it's been a busy summer. There's no better time than the present — and a three-day weekend — to catch up on the latest news on the hottest topics in Denver.
Fort Lyon has seen duty as a military post, a veterans’ hospital and a state prison. Now it's a supportive residential community for homeless addicts.
Fort Lyon Helps Homeless Addicts — and an Ailing Rural Economy
Homeless Move Forward with Class Action Suit Against Denver Over Sweeps
Homeless Sweeps: Large Police Crackdown on Individuals Along Platte River
Homeless Encampment Emerges Near Kerouac's Old Stamping Grounds
A relatively calm 16th Street Mall.
4. 16th Street Mall
16th Street Mall: Are Homelessness, Drugs, Crime on Mall Costing Denver?
What Went Down on the 16th Street Mall Before the Sun Came Up
Inside the New 16th Street Mall Private-Sector Security Plan
Video of New 16th Street Mall Attack Shows Cops Arriving Late, Busting No One
Projects on West 19th Avenue.
Judge Dismisses Littleton Resident's Lawsuit Against The Grove
Denver Development and Controversial Impact of "Slot Houses"
See Denver Neighborhood Changes From Slot Houses, Development Boom
Who Will Doubled Stormwater Fees Help Most — Developers or Neighborhoods?
2. Ballot measures
Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Pilot Program Qualifies for Ballot
Anti-Fracking Measures Fail to Make Ballot, Backers Cry Foul
Proposal to Put Independent Monitor's Office in Denver Charter Makes Ballot
Denver NORML-Backed Social-Pot-Use Measure Doesn't Make Ballot
Are marijuana home grows the new meth houses? Some call bullshit.
DEA: Marijuana Home Grows Are the New "Meth Houses"
Marijuana Edibles: Blue Kudu Expanding Operations, Chocolate Line
Baker Creates Tech That Links Marijuana Dispensaries With Customers
DEA's Marijuana Rescheduling Announcement May Not Come in 2016