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Dozens Of Students On Board When School Bus Goes Up In FlamesA school bus carrying dozens of students caught fire in Denver Wednesday afternoon.
Generous CBS4 Viewer To Donate Money Lost In Theft From DPS Athletic ProgramA viewer called the CBS4 newsroom wanting to donate that exact amount of money stolen from an athletic program to cover the loss. It's a gesture that certainly restores faith in people.
Thousands Missing After Students Raise Money For Athletic ProgramThousands of dollars vanished from a Denver Public School athletics program. Denver police were brought in to investigate. The school district said they found no evidence of fraud or theft on the part of a school employee, but the money is still missing.
For The First Time In 8 Years, Drop Out Rate Increases In ColoradoThe high school drop out rate across Colorado increased last year for the first time in eight years.
East High Exchange Student Who Allegedly Pulled Gun Won't Be Expelled, But TransferredDenver Public Schools has decided the student who caused a lockdown with a BB gun will not be expelled.
School Bus Slides Off Road, No Students HurtDenver Public Schools said no students were injured when the bus they were riding on skidded off the road on Tuesday morning.
Some Students, Teachers At Kunsmiller To Be Tested After Possible TB ExposureThere's a warning about possible exposure to tuberculosis at a Denver public school after one person was diagnosed with the disease. Students and faculty who may have been exposed will be tested.
Parents Warm Up To 'Backpack Program' For Hungry ChildrenEarly each Friday morning volunteers from all walks of life gather in an alley behind the Spring Hill Suites on the Auraria Campus. There, a makeshift assembly line fills bags with food to help feed hungry children in Denver Public Schools.
Denver Public Schools Names Interim Superintendent While Boasberg Takes LeaveDenver Public Schools has named an interim superintendent while current superintendent, Thomas Boasberg, takes a six-month leave beginning in January 2016.
1 Year After Student Walkouts In Denver, Students & Police Now Working TogetherStudents from Denver public high schools met with community leaders on Monday to talk about race relations.
Elementary Students Do Something Unique & Special To Combat BullyingHundreds of Denver Public Schools elementary school students are taking a stand against bullying with a promise -- and a bench.
Denver Public Schools Superintendent Taking 6 Months LeaveThe superintendent of Denver Public Schools will be taking a six month leave beginning in January 2016. The leave will be unpaid.

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