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For years, Denver has fought and failed to find solutions on homelessness, and the battle continues on many fronts. Colorado Politics dives deep into whether a winning strategy is in sight.

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The Regional Transportation District’s board of directors is positioned to announce the agency’s new interim general manager and CEO on Tuesday night.

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Not every government employee can get away with talking about romance in the workplace. But if you are Denver Clerk and Recorder Paul López, it’s part of the job.

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Fifteen percent of the Denver Police Department’s 1,606 officers are women, and the department is hoping to boost that percentage.

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The Denver Police Department will receive $1.7 million to expand its co-responder program, in which social workers ride with officers to address the needs of those in crisis and divert them from custody.

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Denver Councilman Chris Hinds, who uses a wheelchair, learned that seven handicap parking spaces at his residence had been sold to non-disabled residents after no one with a disability had moved into the building before him.

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“This ‘die-in’ will simulate being dead in order to represent the number of lives lost from this deadly policy,” organizers of the #Fight4HER reproductive rights campaign wrote in a press release.

A Democratic committee of 162 members will meet on Thursday night to fill a southeast Denver-based Senate seat.