Some college students like to experiment with drugs or alcohol. Others, however, would like to remain sober. CU Boulder aims to help them.
A third of Denver teachers surveyed about behavior issues in class say they don’t feel safe in their own schools, but the district's Superintendent calls the survey "unrealiable."
Silverthorne City Council entices the non-profit performing arts organization as part of its drive to stimulate economic development downtown through culture.
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The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program is supposed to help head off "doctor shopping" by drug addicts, but even though program registration is high, actual usage is is much lower.
A product called Palcohol could go on sale this year, according to the company. Lawmakers are supporting regulation.
The report was released in the wake of a string of jail abuse cases that have cost the city more than $10 million since 2012.
Nationally, only about half of teen moms manage to complete high school by their early 20s.
Following federal approval last week, powered alcohol could go on sale before summer.