The number of people applying for food stamps in Colorado increased by 20 percent in the last year.
A bill to extend in-state tuition to some illegal immigrants in Colorado was the focus of this year's Latino/Latina Day of Activism.
Fired CU professor Ward Churchill is still waiting to find out if he'll get more than just vindication from his lawsuit against the University of Colorado.
After the attack on Columbine High School, educators and law enforcement rushed to learn what lessons they could from the tragedy.
Law enforcement learned some big lessons from the attack on Columbine High School - changing how they identify troubled kids and how they react to shooter situations.
Columbine graduate Fletcher Woolsey talks about teaching the attack as a high school history teacher. KCFR's Megan Verlee reports.
When the shooting started at Columbine High School ten years ago, senior Rachel Scott was the first victim.