Nonprofit Helps Spruce Up Some Schools & Teach Students Life SkillsVolunteers and students involved in the nonprofit organization UpLift came together Saturday morning to serve the schools where they work.
Young Rockies Fans Get Chance To Watch Their Team In Playoff GameWith Rockpile tickets to Sunday’s Colorado Rockies playoff game on Sunday going for more than $100 on the secondary market, many young athletes in Colorado won’t be able to afford the price of admission.
New Denver Police Chief Reflects On Growing Up In Community He ServesGet to know new Denver Police chief Paul Pazen and it's easy to see he's proud of his North Denver roots. CBS4 spoke to Pazen outside of his childhood home near 33rd and Elliott.
Student Turned Teacher Now Helps Teenagers Pay For CollegeAs seniors graduate High School and get ready for college, 30 students at North High School are getting help paying for college from a fund that Joe De Rose has helped grow.
'Schools Need Musicals': Rival Schools Team Up On StageIn the theater at North High School in Denver, it’s starting to come together. The set, the costumes, and the music. It’s the final countdown until opening night for the student production of “Rock of Ages.”
High School Students Learn About Dangers Of Prescription DrugsPrescription and over-the-counter medications are the most commonly abused drugs among high school seniors after marijuana.
Students Get Insight Into 'Motown The Musical'Cast members from "Motown The Musical" performed and took questions at a Denver high school.
School Lockout Lifted After Shots FiredThree schools in Denver were placed on lockout status on Wednesday morning after shots were fired near the schools.
Recovering Addicts Looking For Mission Pay It Forward To Students In Need Of TechnologyA community battling addiction looking for a way to give back has found a great way to do it -- by helping high school students with a need for technology.
Digital Domestic Violence Can Often Lead To Frightening ResultsExperts are closely watching a new trend of relationship violence that starts online.
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.
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.
Colorado Youth Summit Puts Students On A Path To SuccessJust one day after a deadly school shooting in Washington state, mentors and students in Colorado were taking action to keep students safe.
Despite Protests, Charter School Will Move To North High School CampusNorth High School students will have to share their campus once again.
Parents, Students Debate Over Plan To Add Charter To North HighThe Denver Board of Education is expected to vote Thursday night on what's become a controversial topic- whether to allow a charter school to move into part of the campus for North High School.