Educators: More School Protection Helping Students LearnNationwide, threats are increasing, according to police, school employees, security consultants and others, taking a toll on staff and students' sense of security and their ability to learn.
Shooting Report Authors: Lessons From Arapahoe High Should Be Heeded StatewideIn a meeting to discuss this week's reports on the Arapahoe High School shooting, school officials in Littleton say they have already made changes and more are coming.
Mountain Schools Being Proactive In Tackling Sexting ProblemIn the wake of the CaƱon City High School sexting situation currently under investigation, other Colorado high schools are beefing up their cyber safety programs aimed at students and their parents.
Thornton Teen Charged, Accused Of Bringing Gun To SchoolA Thornton high school student who allegedly brought a handgun to school last week has been formally charged.
9mm Handgun Recovered From Student's Backpack At Thornton High SchoolA 9mm handgun was recovered from a student's backpack at Thornton High School Friday morning. The weapon was loaded.
Bill To Address SWAT Pranks RejectedA proposal to make it easier to catch kids who call in false bomb threats and prank others with phony threats has been rejected by Colorado lawmakers.
New Laws Will Make Home Improvements Cost More In ColoradoHome improvements will eventually cost more with two new Colorado laws.
School Safety Hotline Funding Clears Colorado LegislatureA school safety hotline inspired by shootings at Columbine High School is closer to getting a state boost.
Littleton Public Schools Turns To Red Cross To Get PreparedIt's the scanner traffic no one ever wants to hear: an active shooter is in a school, followed by "This is not a drill."
Lawmakers Approve Student Safety Hotline FundingA panel of Colorado lawmakers has unanimously voted to support a school safety hotline, citing Thursday's threats to Columbine High School as evidence the program is crucial.
Lawmakers Debate Anti-Bullying BillState lawmakers are going after school bullies. A proposed bill would require school districts to do more to track and prevent bullying.
Teen Reporting Program Faces Lack Of FundingA popular program that helps teens anonymously report everything from bullying to crimes may not be around much longer.

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