The Colorado Supreme Court will issue its decision Tuesday as to whether the state's public schools are adequately funded. In early March, the court heard arguments in the landmark lawsuit Lobato v. Colorado Board of Education.
On Memorial Day weekend in 1923, many Americans motored off in their Ford Model Ts to picnics and barbecues, but Edward Oliver was hard at work — he had just opened Oliver's Meat Market at East Sixth Avenue and Pearl Street and set the foundation for a retail legacy defined by quality and friendly customer service.
A salute to America's fallen soldiers accidentally touched off a gun scare Friday that triggered an evacuation of Thornton High School involving hundreds of students and drew scores of police officers to the campus on the last day of classes.
The 16-year-old boy accused of leaving a device similar to a pipe bomb nearly two weeks ago at Centaurus High School in Lafayette was charged with attempted murder and four other felonies Friday as prosecutors said evidence showed he had a "long-term interest in explosive devices" and may have had a larger plan.