There were two internal investigations into allegations of abusive behavior in the dance and vocal programs this school year.
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The principal of Rise Up Community School says police drew weapons during a search for a student. The department has its own version of events.
The $2.6 million award includes back pay for the seven female professors and attorneys' fees.
The Native Student Alliance at DU advocates for students who once felt invisible at a university founded by a man who was also the co-architect of the Sand Creek Massacre.
People usually think of CU Boulder as a party school, but over the weekend nine students celebrated sober living at a special commencement.
Discrimination like the teenage Gray brothers experienced while touring CSU is just one of the challenges Native Americans face entering college.
The university is taking steps to avoid similar incidents. It will provide badges to tour participants and require police to alert guides if they need to approach someone.
The margin for approving the deal was overwhelming, 495-62 as reported by the Pueblo Chieftain.
The strike has closed down most schools in the city for five days. No details from the district's latest proposal have been released yet.
Shirl Petrie from Denver, asked if teachers are really that bad off when you compare their pay nationally, and consider their benefits. We thought we'd take a closer look.
A Native American teenager and his younger brother were pulled from a tour and questioned by police.
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.