A Front Range school district is looking to cool things down in the classroom and they’re trying to come up with a long-term plan to deal with hot temperatures.
For the second day in a row all students attending schools in the Poudre School District were let out two hours early. The students were seeking relief from hot, stuffy classrooms lacking air conditioning.
Nearly half of the schools in do not have air conditioning in the Denver Public Schools system. This year the district is trying to beat the heat and has gotten creative in trying to keep things cool.
Xcel Energy on Monday announced some help to keep low-income families cool this summer.
Camping at Horsetooth Reservoir is about to reach a new comfort level.
Who doesn’t cringe when the power bill arrives in the mailbox during the dog days of Summer? That amount can get so high, every little bit makes a big difference.
Police in Wheat Ridge are investigating a series of air conditioning unit thefts. The thieves aren’t taking them to stay cool, but for what’s inside.
Pueblo City Schools will consider modifying the school calendar to avoid having students and teachers work in overheated classrooms like they have this month.
Colorado’s August heat wave could have at least one school district starting classes later next year.
New summer rates from Xcel Energy mean residents will pay more to keep cool this summer.