Court: Jeffco Schools Must Release List of Teachers Who Walked Off JobThe Colorado Supreme Court has decided not to intervene in a state appellate court’s decision to release the names of Jefferson County teachers who took part in sickouts at four schools in 2014.
More Jeffco Students Protest History ProposalMore Jefferson County high school students are protesting a proposal to emphasize patriotism in Advanced Placement history classes
All Jeffco Schools Open After Sick OutAll schools are back open in Jefferson County after a teacher sick out closed two schools last week.
2 Jeffco High Schools Closed After Teachers Call In SickThere's no school for Standley Lake High School or Conifer High School on Friday.
Evergreen Gets Flooded, Residents Along Bear Creek Asked To LeaveThe roundabout at Colorado Route 74 and 73 is closed and the city of Evergreen is now dealing with an emergency situation.
Fire Forces Conifer High School ClosureConifer High School will be closed on Tuesday, April 3 for students because of the situation caused by the Lower North Fork Fire.
JeffCo Ready With Backup Plan In Case Reverse 911 FailsThe wildfire burning in the mostly rural area southwest of Denver was 45 percent contained Thursday evening. JeffCo acknowledges there was an issue with alerting all homeowners about the evacuations.
Hickenlooper: Devastation From Flames 'Sobering'Gov. John Hickenlooper toured the devastation from the Lower North Fork Fire from a helicopter on Thursday and met with those who have been forced from their homes.
Lower North Fork Fire 45 Percent ContainedThe wildfire burning in the mostly rural area southwest of Denver was 45 percent contained Thursday evening.
Crews Achieve 15 Percent Containment On Lower North Fork FireBolstered by reinforcements, fire crews were focusing Wednesday on building containment lines around the 7-square-mile wildfire that destroyed dozens of homes in the mountains southwest of Denver and may have claimed two lives.
Questions & Answers About Colorado Wildfire LiabilityResidents and officials affected by the Lower North Fork wildfire are asking who might pay if it is found that a prescribed burn set by the Colorado State Forest Service ignited the blaze.