Display Of Confederate Flag During High School Game Still In QuestionSchool leaders investigating claims of a Confederate flag displayed during a football game are still trying to figure out what happened.
Officials Dispute Claims Of Confederate Flag, Racist Slurs At GameWeld School District officials Sunday called a Denver high school principal's claims of racism false and unfair.
Denver Officers, High School Students Meet To Find Common GroundWith the hope to bridge the gap between younger generations and law enforcement, a new kind of approach was taken inside of Manual High School in Denver on Wednesday.
AT&T Makes Generous Donation To 2 Denver High SchoolsAT&T on Tuesday presented a check for $250,000 that will go directly to help students at Denver's North and Manual high schools.
Hillary Clinton Talks Topics That Are Important To ColoradoHillary Rodham Clinton was in Colorado on Tuesday and CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd got an exclusive one-on-one interview with the Democratic presidential candidate to talk about the more controversial issues.
Hillary Clinton In Colorado To Build Grassroots SupportPresidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit both Denver and Boulder on Tuesday.
East High Students Return To Class After Friday's ThreatIt was back to normal at East High School on Monday after students were let out early on Friday due to what police called a credible threat against the school.
East High Will Be Back Open Monday Following 'Credible Threat'Denver's East High School will be back open on Monday following what police called a credible threat against the school on Friday.
Manual High School Students Head Back To ClassSeven weeks before the rest of their peers, students at Manual High School headed back to class.
Food Bank Of The Rockies Feeds Students Over Springs BreakThe Food Bank of the Rockies is making sure children have enough to eat while on spring break.
Toddler Found Wandering Alone On Denver StreetDenver police spent Thursday morning searching for parents of a 2-year-old child found alone and lost in the streets.
Nation's Schools Chief Promotes College Aid Prep In DenverThe nation's top teacher visited a Denver high school to learn how computers are helping students pay for college.