DA: No Charges In Cheerleader ‘Forced Splits’ Case Was ‘Difficult Decision’The district attorney said the evidence did not warrant child abuse charges.
Civil Case May Lie Ahead In 'Forced Splits' Cheerleading CaseThe saga of the East High cheerleaders forced into the splits may not be over yet.
East High Parent OK With No Charges In 'Forced Splits' CaseVideo captured over the summer showed eight East High School cheerleaders crying out in agony and repeatedly asking their coach to stop.
Principal Retires After Investigation Into Cheerleader 'Forced Splits'After a month-long investigation into “forced splits” at East High School, attorneys determined that school officials did not do enough to protect cheerleaders from physical and emotional harm.
Controversial Disciplinary Approach In Schools Could Help DREAMersA controversial disciplinary approach at Denver Public Schools could help "DREAMers."
Police Arrest Suspects In RTD Bus Assault Of StudentPolice in Denver believe they have arrested the suspects wanted for assaulting a student from South High School on an RTD bus.
Police Ask For Help In RTD Bus Assault Of South High StudentPolice in Denver are hoping someone recognizes the suspects wanted for assaulting a student from South High School on an RTD bus.
'What Happened Was Wrong': Cheer Coach Behind Forced Splits Fired From DPSDenver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg says that the district was "wrong not to have acted in June" when some East High School employees learned of forced splits.
Police Investigate Report Of Slurs, Attack On RTD BusDenver police are investigating a report that a high school student was subjected to racial slurs and physically assaulted on a mass-transit bus.
Cheer Video Shows Girls Forced Into Splits, Police InvestigateVideos showing East High School cheerleaders forced into the splits are now at the center of a police investigation.
Dancers Greet Students On First Day Of School For DPSSummer break has come to an end for students in Colorado's largest school district.
Teen School Board Candidate Hopes To Make A DifferenceLiving with a foster family in Denver's Whittier neighborhood, 18-year-old Tay Anderson says he can relate to the struggles within his own community.