If the bill becomes law, Colorado would be among the only states to give express permission for victims to sue schools for negligence.
Arapahoe High School
The Senate passed a measure to make it easier to sue schools in incidents of violence. It's now in the House.
- In return for the reports, the family promised not to sue the district, something they would be able to do if a bill before the Legislature passes.Read more
- An agenda item for Thursday's school board meeting originally stated that staffers recommend accepting a proposal from Davis' family to learn more about what happened in exchange for a promise not to sue the district.Read more
Brett Stewart was in school the day his classmate opened fire. Now he wants to start a dialogue about whether the shooting could have been prevented.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office released an investigative report Friday detailing last December's shooting at Arapahoe High School.
Authorities plan to release new details about their lengthy investigation into the deadly shooting.
An early copy of a disciplinary report provided to The Denver Post and Channel 7 had errors, the Department of Education says.
Motive for the attack is still under investigation but Sheriff Robinson pointed to a disagreement the shooter had with a speech and debate coach who has yet to be named by officials.
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