Colorado House Passes New Penalties For CyberbullyingBullying on social media would be penalized with a misdemeanor harassment charge and possible jail time with a bill approved by Colorado House lawmakers.
Lawmakers Seek Punishments For Cyberbullying, Including JailA high school student who was the victim of repeated bullying on social media looked on from her wheelchair Friday as the Colorado House advanced legislation that would create new criminal penalties for online harassment.
Cyberbullying Victims Want Online Bullying Labeled A Crime In ColoradoVictims of cyberbullying recounted their stories to state lawmakers in hopes of turning online bullying to be labeled a crime in Colorado.
Colorado Cyberbullying Bill Passes HouseBullying through text messages or social media would be a misdemeanor in Colorado under a bill passed by the state House.
Colorado Cyberbullying Bill AdvancesBullying through text messages or social media platforms would be a new crime in Colorado under a bill that won initial approval in the House Monday.
Lawmakers Approve Student Safety Hotline FundingA panel of Colorado lawmakers has unanimously voted to support a school safety hotline, citing Thursday's threats to Columbine High School as evidence the program is crucial.
School's Anti-Bullying Campaign Places Stickers On Shunned StudentsA anti-bullying campaign at a school in Fountain is causing controversy.
Jeffco Schools Removes Wheat Ridge High's Football CoachWheat Ridge High School's head football coach will not be allowed to return to the sidelines next season.
Keidel: Incognito Can't Defeat The Civilized World With Uncivilized BehaviorWe should be disgusted by anyone who condones Incognito, excuses Incognito or ignores Incognito. We should be disgusted by anyone who blames Martin, teases Martin or trivializes Martin.
Stop Bullying: What Can Be Done From HomeBullying is one of the most serious issues facing our kids today. While incidences of bullying have escalated in schools and on the playground, here are some tips that you can implement from home to help keep your child safe.
Bullies Lurking In Your HomeYou'd be horrified and angry if another child bullied your son or daughter at school, but new research shows that abuse is just as likely, and just as damaging, when it takes place at home. And as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, all too often, many parents think "sibling bullying" is just a part of growing up.
Former Bully Says Addressing Problem Should Start With Helping The BullySome say to treat the problem of bullying, what is causing that person to be so angry needs to be addressed. CBS4’s Suzanne McCarrroll talked to a young man who says a principal and a teacher helped him change his ways.