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While tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular, zoning regulations and land use development codes in counties across Colorado make placing the structures a challenge. Because the homes are considered recreational vehicles, most jurisdictions in Colorado have rules that prevent them from being used as permanent housing. But, at Peak View Park in Woodland Park, owners of tiny houses are able to circumvent the rules because the former mobile home park outdates the county regulation that stipulates RVs can only be used as temporary housing. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette)
People walk on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on Saturday April 26, 2014. Two Supreme Court cases about police searches of cellphones without warrants present vastly different views of the ubiquitous device. Is it a critical tool for a criminal or is it an American's virtual home? How the justices answer that question could determine the outcome of the cases being argued Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A drug dealer and a gang member want the court to rule that the searches of their cellphones after their arrest violated their right to privacy in the digital age. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Colorado Springs Police Homeless Outreach Team officer Tim Kippel talks with homeless camper Mike Reeder under the Cascade Avenue bridge where Reeder was camping north of downtown Colorado Springs Monday, January 23, 2017. Kippel and other HOT officers were assisting with the annual Point in Time survey of the homeless. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette