Suicide in Colorado: Reversing Silence and Stigma

Last Updated by Marybel Gonzalez on

Insight explores Colorado’s high suicide rate with a powerful story of a teen-aged brother and sister, and a near-tragic event that changed their view of life.

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University of Denver Faces Federal Equal Pay Suit from Female Law Professors

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued the University of Denver alleging wage discrimination against female full law professors. The law school acknowledges paying all its female full professors less than their male counterparts but says the pay gap is justified.

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Great story begins for female football player at Adams State

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

Becca Longo,18, is the newest recruit for the Adams State University football team and believed to be the first female to receive a Division II NCAA football scholarship.

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Common Virus, Silent Killer

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CMV is a common virus, yet few report knowing about it. The virus can be life-threatening to newborn babies and there are few, if any, treatments.

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State paid nearly $5 million for injured youth corrections staff since 2013

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

In 2016, youth corrections staff members received workers' compensation payouts totaling more than $1 million as a result of being “struck or injured” by a fellow worker, patient, or other person while working within the state’s youth corrections system.

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Fatal Home Explosion In Colorado Reignites Setback Debate

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A fatal home explosion in northern Colorado is prompting a lot of questions in the state about how oil and gas wells are regulated, and how close to old wells new homes should be built.

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Colorado's Refugees: A New Beginning

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, Lori Jane Gliha, Marybel Gonzalez, John Ferrugia on

Since 1980, more than 57,000 people from at least 115 countries have resettled in this state, most of whom came from Iraq, Burma, and Afghanistan.

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Marijuana Moms

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Cannabis use among pregnant and breastfeeding mothers is on the rise. Health officials warn of possible risks to babies.

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How eliminating federal funding for public broadcasting would harm Colorado

Posted by Micah Schwalb, Dave Leonard on

At just $1.35 per citizen annually per year, or .01 percent of the federal budget, public broadcasting is one of America’s best investments – and benefits all Coloradans.

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Timeline: The Long Road To #NoDAPL

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The Dakota Access Pipeline caught the world's attention in August 2016, when Native Americans and allies from across the world flocked to a remote grassy field to protest the 1,200-mile project.

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Lawmakers take first step to ease testing burden for young English language learners

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State lawmakers from both political parties are seeking to undo a controversial State Board of Education decision that called for schools to test thousands of Colorado’s youngest students in English — a language they are still learning.

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How storytelling is giving voice to a small part of the early childhood workforce — men

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In their own words, the men described the journeys that led them to work in the early childhood field — as teachers, counselors, coaches and administrators.

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Colorado could be at the forefront in cutting back on early childhood suspensions and expulsions. Here’s how.

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Legislation introduced this week would limit out-of-school suspensions and expulsions for Colorado children in state-funded preschool programs and early elementary school.

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Dan McMinimee out as Jeffco superintendent, ending awkward period after board vote to search for replacement

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Dan McMinimee has stepped down as superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools effective immediately, but will take an advisory role through the end of his contract, the district announced Thursday.

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Dear Mr. President: Immigrant students in Denver tweet to Trump about why their families make America great

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Immigrant students in Denver tweet to Trump about why their families make America great

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