The Denver School Board censured Tay Anderson after an investigation revealed that he sent inappropriate texts to a teen and intimidated witnesses to other disturbing behavior.

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Denver School Board Censures Tay AndersonThe Denver School Board censured Tay Anderson after an investigation revealed that he sent inappropriate texts to a teen and intimidated witnesses to other disturbing behavior.
Life For Refugees Escaping Afghanistan Can Be Complicated In The U.S.Colorado is set to gain about 800 Afghan refugees as they fled the only home they've ever known.
Colorado Doctors React To FDA Decision On Vaccine Booster Shots For Only Targeted GroupThe Food and Drug Administration approved the boosters only for a targeted group.
Mosque In Northglenn Collects Supplies For 800+ Afghan Refugees Headed To ColoradoThe Metro Denver North Islamic Center Masjid Ikhlas' refugee donation program has collected clothing and other essentials.
Censured Denver School Board's Tay Anderson Reacts To VoteIn what is believed to be the first time in its history, the Denver School Board has voted to censure one of its members.
Judge Decides To Move Forward With Trial, Barry Morphew Pleads Not Guilty In Wife's MurderThe judge ruled that he does find probable cause for first-degree murder and tampering with a body in the murder of Barry's wife Suzanne.
Jeep Procession Honors Hero Kendrick Castillo Who Charged At Gunman To Protect ClassmatesAround two dozen jeeps lined up on the side of Waterton Road on Friday morning to join a procession for the parents of Kendrick Castillo.
Denver West High School Reunites After 10 YearsAt Denver’s West High School 85% of the students are Hispanic and West students have a long history of protesting inequality and fighting for social justice. Ten years ago Denver Public Schools divided West into two different schools in an effort to increase graduation rates.
A Group Of Jeep Owners Rallied Behind The Family Of Kendrick Castillo Today Ahead Of His Murderers SentencingA group of Jeep owners hosted a procession to follow behind the family of Kendrick Castillo as they headed to the sentencing today.
Suzanne Morphew Murder: Judge Decides To Move Forward With Trial, Barry Morphew Pleads Not GuiltyThe judge presiding over Barry Morphew's preliminary hearing says there is enough evidence to go to trial. The judge ruled that he does find probable cause for first-degree murder and tampering with a body in the murder of Barry's wife Suzanne.
Devon Erickson, STEM School Shooter, Will Be SentencedBefore the judge's ruling, Erickson sat with a face mask on and a prison jumpsuit on as victims and their families testified in the courtroom. That included STEM School students, teachers and parents.
A Jeep Procession Will Take Place To Show Support For The Castillo FamilyToday the murderer charged in Kendrick Castillo's death will be sentenced, a group of Jeep owners will form a procession to follow the family to the courthouse for the sentencing.
Death Of Olivia Gant Impetus For New Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting BillAs a Douglas County mother waits to see if she will stand trial in the death of her daughter, Colorado's Child Protection Ombudsman is issuing a call to action.
Denver Public Schools Begins New Year Without School Resource OfficersThis is the first year with all the officers removed from campus, but the district will not be lacking in security.
Scooter Rider Seriously Injured In Hit & Run Crash, Police Search For Suspect DriverA scooter rider has weeks of recovery ahead of him after he was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash with the search continuing for the suspect driver.
COVID Case Surge In Northern Colorado Has Hospitals Making ChangesThe surge of COVID patients in Northern Colorado has hospitals making changes to accommodate more people.
Metered Parking In Denver Could Increase From $1 To $2 An HourDenver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to boost revenue more than $9 million by raising parking meter rates.
COVID Vaccine Boosters Will Be Available In Colorado Next WeekSome doctors believe it's best to wait on the study of COVID vaccine boosters before getting another shot.
State Lawmaker To Introduce Legislation That Clarifies Who Is Required To Report Suspected AbuseThe state lawmaker wants to introduce legislation that clarifies who is required to report suspected abuse.
Key Meeting Planned For Friday Regarding Booster COVID ShotColorado says it is ready to start giving a third shot once guidance is given.
The Denver Auto Show Is Back This Year With A New Outdoor LocationDue to the ongoing pandemic this years Denver Auto Show is taking places outdoors at Elitch Gardens.
Wildlife Habitat Is Being Restored Thanks To 1,000 Goats Doing What They Do Best, Eat!The eating habits of the browsing goat have been used for decades as an alternative way to remove noxious weeds but recently, the Bureau of Land Management has been using their skills for purposes beyond eating.
'Devious Lick' Challenge: Vandalism, Theft Of Toilets, Equipment Costing Colorado SchoolsInternet fads come and go. There was planking where people would lie down, stiff as planks on monuments and locations of significance. More recently the milk crate challenge, where people attempted to climb a stack of unstable plastic milk crates, became a hit.
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Unveils $80 Million RenovationDenver's largest hotel has 80 million reasons to smile. The Sheraton Denver Downtown hotel has been transformed thanks to an $80 million renovation.

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