Community Helps Support Columbine Survivor Richard CastaldoHelp is being organized for a paralyzed survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting. Last month, CBS4 reported that Richard Castaldo is without a proper place to live and in need of assistance.
'It’s A Community Effort': Parents & Volunteers Enjoy Playoff Game At Jeffco Stadium After Shoveling BleachersParents and volunteers worked together Friday morning to shovel the stands at Jeffco Stadium ahead of Friday night's football game.
Football Fans Volunteer To Shovel Snow At Jeffco Stadium Ahead Of Big GamesFans came out on Thanksgiving - and the next morning - to make sure the big games could go on at Jeffco Stadium on Friday and Saturday.
Idea To Rebuild Columbine Dropped, Security Officers Guard SchoolOn Wednesday afternoon, just a few hours after JeffCo Public Schools decided not to move forward with plans to rebuild Columbine High School, several security guards were in front of the school.
Not 'Sufficient Support' To Demolish Columbine High School, Survey FindsThe superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools said the survey found there was not "sufficient support" to demolish the school.
7,000 People Respond To Survey About Possible Demolition Of Columbine High SchoolThe Jefferson County School District is now looking at the results of a survey about the future of Columbine High School.
Demolition Of Columbine High School ConsideredThe demolition of Columbine High School is being considered as part of a proposal for enhanced safety features in Jeffco Public Schools.
Columbine Alumni Help STEM School Students After ShootingWhen word started to circulate that there had been another shooting at a Colorado school, the survivors and alumni of Columbine High School started asking what they could do to help the community.
'Our Hearts Are With You': Columbine Shares Message With STEMThe students, teachers and staff at Columbine High School shared a message with the students, teachers at staff at STEM School Highlands Ranch.
FBI Investigates If Sol Pais Acted Alone In Making School ThreatsThe 18-year-old Florida woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week, bought a shotgun and made credible threats against schools took her own life. All schools closed Wednesday as a result of the threat will have class on Thursday.
Schools Announce Plans To Reopen Thursday After Threat Closes Hundreds In Metro AreaJeffCo Public Schools, Denver Public Schools and Douglas County Schools were among the first school districts in the Denver metro area to announce Wednesday they will reopen schools on Thursday.