CSU Lifesaver Who Used CPR: 'It's Different On A Human'A Colorado State University senior is back in Colorado and speaking for the first time about how he saved a woman's life while working as an intern out of state.
New Colorado Law Grants In-State Tuition For Olympians Training HereGov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday signed a bill into law that would allow some of the USA's best athletes to get in-state tuition at Colorado colleges.
CSU Student Honored For Using CPR To Save Woman's LifeA Colorado State University student is getting praised for using CPR to save a woman's life.
Regents Approve Tuition Hike For Most CU StudentsTuition is set to rise across the University of Colorado system next fall for all students except for those currently attending the Boulder campus.
Coding School Moves Toward Standardized Results ReportingThe demand for software developers is on the rise, now there’s an effort to standardize results reporting so prospective students can compare and contrast the many different schools.
White Crosses Spark Abortion Debate On CampusResponse to a controversial display at the University of Colorado in Boulder caused campus police to monitor the debate that at times turned emotional on Thursday.
Tiny Alarm Helps Students Feel Safe On CampusIt's a new safety device, designed to protect University of Denver students on campus.
Colorado Governor Announces Benefit Concert For Music EducationColorado's governor announced a big benefit concert on Monday that will go a long way towards improving the musical education of Colorado students.
Outgoing Jeffco Schools Superintendent McMinimee Steps DownOutgoing Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Dan McMinimee is stepping down before his contract is up.
More Than 30 Students Sent Home In Norovirus OutbreakAn outbreak of the norovirus is causing concern at a Denver elementary school.
Group Calls For Changes To Colorado Policies That Affect FamiliesA number of family oriented groups and lawmakers gathered at Colorado's capitol to push their agenda of "fighting for families."
CDE Missing Background Checks For Hundreds Of TeachersThe Colorado Department of Education has contacted roughly 1,900 veteran teachers and asked them to resubmit their fingerprints. A 2015 federal audit found thousands of teacher files were missing the mandated fingerprints and background checks.

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