Lawmakers are deciding whether Colorado should have a new holiday that could save parents money.
Two new bills were introduced on Tuesday that would waive the state sales tax on items for one weekend a year.
Thousands of children in need will be starting school off on the right foot with needed school supplies.
Get ready for some sticker shock when doing your back-to-school shopping. The cost of backpacks, pencils and notebooks jumped four times inflation.
Jazzing up school supplies is a fun project for you and your kids before the school year starts. Stir up their artistic natures and create some one-of-a-kind gear together!
A proposed tax break on back-to-school shopping on clothes, computers and school supplies has been defeated in the closing days of the Colorado Legislature.
A tax break may soon come to parents who buy school supplies. The idea is moving through the state Capitol right now.
In the first three days of the 2012 legislative session, state lawmakers have introduced nearly 150 bills. The legislation includes everything from homeowners associations to school discipline to red-light cameras.
Some estimates show that parents will spend an estimated $65 on each child for their back to school supplies this fall. CBS4 Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll found some bargains.
There’s never been a better time to buy school supplies.