Democratic state lawmakers want to expand the reasons parents can get to leave work and attend events at their children’s school.
Snowy, cold weather is forcing a state representative to postpone by a week the opening of a community center that will provide health, job, educational and others services to try to keep young people away from crime.
A Colorado mother still trying to make sense of her son’s murder is opening a center offering young people alternatives to crime.
Bullying on social media would be penalized with a misdemeanor harassment charge and possible jail time with a bill approved by Colorado House lawmakers.
A 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.
A state lawmaker says it’s time Colorado stopped jailing children for skipping school.
Law enforcement in Colorado are supposed to report crimes that happen at school. But in many cases that’s not happening, and now lawmakers are trying to change that with new bills.
Keeping the peace between law enforcement and the public is a priority right now, and on Monday evening Colorado lawmakers, police and community activists met to see what needs to be done to make that happen.
Leaders from several Denver metro area law enforcement agencies joined state lawmakers and others for a discussion on improving community relations on Monday.
A Colorado court is considering an appeal by one of three men on the state’s death row after his attorneys testified Tuesday about a list of alleged problems with his trial.