Police Arrest Suspects In RTD Bus Assault Of StudentPolice in Denver believe they have arrested the suspects wanted for assaulting a student from South High School on an RTD bus.
Police Ask For Help In RTD Bus Assault Of South High StudentPolice in Denver are hoping someone recognizes the suspects wanted for assaulting a student from South High School on an RTD bus.
Police Investigate Report Of Slurs, Attack On RTD BusDenver police are investigating a report that a high school student was subjected to racial slurs and physically assaulted on a mass-transit bus.
Thousands Gather In Denver To Support Muslims Amid Travel Restrictions FightThousands of people gathered Saturday at Denver's Civic Center Park to stand behind those of the Muslim faith.
Denver Public Schools Superintendent Talks To Refugee StudentsDenver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg met with refugee students to discuss President Donald Trump's order barring travelers from seven Muslim countries from entering the U.S.
Real Or Fake? Question About Weapons Put Before StudentsReal or fake? That's the question police officers must answer quickly when they see weapons. Officers and students teamed up to make sure students know the dangers that fake weapons can pose.
Historic Denver Clocks Require Team To Make Daylight Saving ChangeFor most of the country, the digital world makes switching clocks for daylight saving an automatic act. But for two very rare clocks in Denver, it takes a team.
A Super Bowl Alumni Comes Home To Denver South High SchoolThe NFL is recognizing the communities and schools that produced Super Bowl players. One of those events is happening at Denver’s South High School. Class of 2004 member and current Arizona Cardinal, Calais Campbell, is visiting South Thursday.
Day 5 Of Student Walkouts Now Include Middle School StudentsFor the fifth school day in a row students around Denver have walked out of class in protest of the police action in Ferguson, Missouri, and nationwide.
Mayor Hancock Urges Denver Students To Stay In SchoolDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says he is proud of students who have staged protests over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner but now he's urging them to stay in school.
South High Students Walk Out Of Class For 4th Day Of ProtestsApproximately 200 students from Denver’s South High School walked out of class and marched down Broadway towards the state Capitol Monday morning.
Sexual Exploitation Suspect Appears In Court With PartnerThe sexual orientation of a 22-year-old school security guard accused of sending sexual text messages to female may come into play if the case goes to trial.