The community has struggled with a rash of recent student suicides, five in total over the last two years — four of whom went to Arapahoe.
Sheriff Fred McKee said his deputies are not qualified to care for a 66-year-old man who has been in jail for weeks with no word on when a hospital bed will open up.
National correspondent Kirk Siegler visited Grand Junction and Mesa County as part of his reporting on mental health in rural America.
The program was formed in response to school violence, but suicide threats have been the leading reason students file reports since the 2013-14 school year.
Cayton-Holland's new book, "Tragedy + Time," is a loving tribute to his sister and a portrait of his exceptional Denver family.
The two sides, Disability Law Colorado and state officials, head to federal court Friday to fight it out again.
Decades After Ben Roy Says He Was Abused At A Catholic Summer Camp, He And His Father Reflect On What Went Wrong
When Ben first tried to tell his parents he had been abused, he did what many kids do: he made a joke about it. What really happened went unsaid for years.
Denver’s New 5280 High School Preaches More Than Academics. Teen-Focused Wellness, Sobriety Are A Key Focus
Enrollment at the new 5280 High School is at more than 100 students, mostly freshman. They’ll add a new class each year.
When a judge threatens contempt, state officials have a limited period of time to move someone from jail to a hospital bed or treatment center.
Experts from Children's Hospital Colorado, Second Wind Fun and Rainbow Alley weigh in on their experiences.