Broncos Award $250,000 Grant To High School Football TeamThe Denver Broncos are coming together to help the Central High School football team in Aurora.
Charter School Wants To Grow & Relocate In New Building Near Pot ShopThe growth of an Aurora charter school serving impoverished children has come to a halt due to its proposed relocation near a pot shop.
Take Note Colorado Celebrates First Round Of FundingFive Colorado school districts are working to give every child the instruments and music teachers they need to explore their creative side.
APS Mourns The Loss Of Popular Middle School TeacherAurora Public Schools is mourning the loss of a popular teacher who died in Mexico on New Year's Eve.
Colorado Students Step Up To Help Young Hurricane Harvey VictimsSchools in Aurora are collecting piles of supplies for the kids in Houston who are affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Coffman Introduces Legislation Meant To Help First-Time HomebuyersAs rents skyrocket and incomes remain flat across Colorado and the country, it's getting harder to save up for a downpayment on a home.
Father Claims He's Not Getting Answers From School District After Son Was BulliedA father says Aurora Public Schools isn't doing enough after his son was abused at school.
3rd Grade Teacher In Aurora Arrested For Indecent ExposureA third grade teacher in Aurora has been arrested for indecent exposure after an alleged incident at a YMCA.
'A Tough Place:' Nearly Half Of Students Don't Graduate From Aurora Public SchoolsThere's a call for major changes in Aurora Public Schools by a group of parents, educators and students.
Officials: High Participation Across Colorado For New TestsOn the eve of the first round of Common Core testing, the Colorado State Board of Education declared its support for parents' right to choose to keep their children from being assessed.
3rd Day Of Walkouts For Hundreds Of Metro Area StudentsSeveral hundred high school students in the Denver metro area walked out of class for a third day in protest of the police action in Ferguson.
Schools Plan For Cold Mornings By Warming Buses OvernightSchool districts across the Denver metro area plan ahead to ensure their school buses are running on time during bitter cold mornings so students don't have to wait outside for too long.