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Costly competition: Rising costs for everyday life impact youth sports for Colorado families

Costly competition: Rising costs for everyday life impact youth sports for Colorado families

American families on average spent around $700 per year for their kids’ sports
Colorado school finance committee backs special ed increase, won’t vote on new formula

Colorado school finance committee backs special ed increase, won’t vote on new formula

The special education bill would reimburse districts $6,000 for every student with what’s known as a Tier B disability
In the West, pressure to count water lost to evaporation

In the West, pressure to count water lost to evaporation

For decades, key stewards of the river have ignored the massive water los
Colorado ramps up fuel deliveries in effort to curb supply chain risk

Colorado ramps up fuel deliveries in effort to curb supply chain risk

As a fuel crisis looms, Gov. Jared Polis has formalized a disaster emergency plan.
AP Exclusive: Emails reveal tensions in Colorado River talks

AP Exclusive: Emails reveal tensions in Colorado River talks

"We're all headed to a very dark place."
Mass shootings lead to widening divide on state gun policies

Mass shootings lead to widening divide on state gun policies

Mass shootings have commanded public attention on a disturbingly frequent basis across the U.S
Judge: Colorado supermarket shooting suspect unfit for trial

Judge: Colorado supermarket shooting suspect unfit for trial

Prosecutors revealed Friday that experts at the hospital have found that Alissa is demonstrating symptoms of schizophrenia
Teach For America to cut a quarter of staff in latest shakeup

Teach For America to cut a quarter of staff in latest shakeup

Spokesperson Erin Bradley said the organization would have a “smaller and more agile team of about 1,000 staff by summer.”
State enrollment data shows fewer students in Colorado schools

State enrollment data shows fewer students in Colorado schools

The Colorado Department of Education published enrollment dat
Man sues Denver archdiocese over abuse by convicted priest

Man sues Denver archdiocese over abuse by convicted priest

Verti's lawsuit alleges the archdiocese is at fault because it knew of the risk posed by Evans even before he was ordained a priest in 1993