A Native American teenager and his younger brother were pulled from a tour and questioned by police.
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Teachers Robert Styron and Scott Shively were originally placed on administrative leave earlier in January after allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Tinker taught about indigenous cultures at the Iliff School of Theology. He recently retired and Iliff has launched a program to continue Tinker's work.
Cutting future pension benefits worries teachers: Public sector workers in Colorado don't receive Social Security.
In a letter to school parents, principal William Kohut said both vocal instructors returned to their positions after "appropriate action."
Taxes from pot sales amount to less than 2 percent of the state's multibillion-dollar education budget.
The governor says if TABOR's binds were loosened, education funding could go up without a tax increase.
Officer Jason Gallardo, who works at Littleton High School, talks about his experiences in these times of heightened fears.
In terms of education spending, teachers say that the state has a long way to go to make up for ground lost during the recession.
Allegations of abuse painted the school's dance department as a toxic environment. Two teachers involved have voluntarily resigned from the school.
He sought to honor one of CU's most famous students, orchestra leader Glenn Miller. Eventually, the idea grew into the Glenn Miller Archive.
Two gun reform activists -- one who got involved because of the Columbine shooting, and one a current student -- share notes on how the gun reform movement has shifted.
Survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida are expected to be in Colorado Thursday to take part in what's being called "Vote for Our Lives."
They won a combined $230,000. They tell Colorado Matters details about their projects, as well as their motivations, and what comes next.