Deputies Investigate After .22 Caliber Bullet Found At Summit High SchoolDeputies with the Summit County Sheriff's Office are investigating reports of a .22 caliber bullet found at Summit High School on Wednesday.
Community Rallies Behind Teenager Battling Bone Cancer With 'Weeks Of Love'When Taylor Ash opened the front door to her home on Thursday evening, she was greeted by dozens of voices singing carols.
Teenage Rugby Players Create Program To Help Younger StudentsThe girl's rugby team at Summit High School is coming together to help younger students stay healthy.
Extra Law Enforcement At High School Following Threat & ArrestThe Summit County Sheriff's Office arrested a teenage boy at his home after they say he threatened Summit High School.
18-Year-Old Mayoral Candidate Prepares For Heated RaceSummit High School senior Benjamin Goff manages to balance his school work, a full time job all with a campaign for his small town’s mayoral office.
Parents Who Lost Son To Overdose Warn About Mail-Order DrugsKris Randall thumbed through a family photo album, remembering the good times before September of 2015 when her son overdosed on a dangerous cocktail of heroin and fentanyl, a synthetic opiate.
Mountain Schools Being Proactive In Tackling Sexting ProblemIn the wake of the Cañon City High School sexting situation currently under investigation, other Colorado high schools are beefing up their cyber safety programs aimed at students and their parents.
Somber Back-To-School Day At Summit High After Student's DrowningMonday was the first day back to school for students at Summit High School, but it was not a happy day following this weekend's tragic drowning death of 16-year-old Jefte Flores.
Girls’ Rugby A Dominant Culture At Summit High SchoolWhen thinking of sports in Summit County certainly there’s skiing and snowboarding or even biking, but it’s also home to one of the most dominant high school programs in the state -- a sport many probably didn’t even know exists.
Fish For Stocking Programs Bred In Classroom Young fish are often released into Colorado's mountain streams and lakes as part of the restocking program. Now a new program means some of those fish could come from the classroom.