State House Wants $50M To Amp Up School SecurityColorado Republicans in the House of Representatives are trying to make our students safer by requesting $50 million to help with school security.
'ENOUGH': Parkland School Shooting Survivors Appear On Cover Of TIMENine Parkland students agreed to keep diaries for TIME, detailing their experience after the shooting that killed 17 students and faculty.
Middle School Students Organize Walkout To End School ViolenceMiddle school students in Thornton have organized a walkout on Wednesday after the students decided to participate in a national walkout.
Can Students Be Punished For Joining Walkouts?The walkout is set to begin at 10 a.m. and last for 17 minutes -- a minute for each life lost in the Parkland school shooting.
President Trump's Plan Will Seek To 'Harden' Schools Against ShootingsPresident Donald Trump's plan to combat school shootings will include a call on states to increase the minimum age for purchasing assault weapons and an effort to "harden" schools so they're less vulnerable to attacks.
8th Grade Students Design Anti-Gun Violence Shirts With Victim's NamesA group of students at McAuliffe International School in Denver are coming together to raise awareness about gun violence.
Colorado Sheriff Wants To Add Marshals To Protect SchoolsRoutt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins has two children in local schools. His wife is a teacher, and he is fed up waiting to act on strengthening school safety upgrades.
Colorado's Governor Joins Others For White House School Safety TalkGov. John Hickenlooper joined other governors at The White House on Monday to discuss school safety and guns.
President Trump Talks New Gun Measures, Gun Owners Claim 'Betrayal'As President Donald Trump talked this week about banning "bump stocks" and curbing young people's access to guns, the gun owners and advocates who helped propel his political rise talked about desertion and betrayal.
Trump Pushes Arming Teachers To Prevent Gun ViolenceIn a series of tweets Thursday, President Trump reiterated his suggestion that some teachers be armed, calling it a "great deterrent."
Students Identify 'Hot Spots' In Safety Mapping At SchoolsSchools across Colorado are participating in a program, which could help identify why students feel unsafe in the education environment. The survey is called the “Hot Spot Mapping” program.
Colorado Lawmakers Look To Study School ViolenceSchool violence and mental health would be the subject of a study for possible legislation in Colorado with a proposal that's close to reaching the governor's desk.