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Guest Post: It’s time to end University of Colorado’s onerous student fees

Tuesday morning, University of Colorado-Boulder graduate students, undergraduates, and faculty members participated in a walkout to protest student fees. Organized by the Committee on...

Rep. Lamborn: Dems’ support for green energy plan shows lack of ‘life experience’

WASHINGTON -- Colorado Rep. Doug Lamborn thinks his young Democratic colleagues are naive for pushing for a “Green New Deal” to combat climate change. The...

The Denver district asked for state intervention in a pending teacher strike. Here’s what...

After meeting with Gov. Jared Polis for roughly an hour Wednesday morning, Denver Public Schools officials formally requested state intervention in a potential teacher...

Denver teachers vote to strike in push for higher pay

Denver teachers voted overwhelmingly to go on strike for the first time in 25 years. Amid a national wave of teacher activism, they’re seeking...

‘The reckoning has come’: Denver teachers union takes a hard line in negotiations

Negotiations grew more tense between the Denver teachers union and the district on Tuesday as the two sides struggled to find common ground over its...

Judge nixes citizenship question on Census, but immigrant groups are ‘skeptical and very afraid’

Minority and civil rights activists applauded Tuesday’s court decision overruling the Trump administration’s plan to include a question regarding citizenship status on the 2020...

All eyes are on Denver’s teacher pay negotiations as a strike looms. Here’s where...

Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association have been negotiating for more than a year against a backdrop of widespread protests over teacher pay. Now,...

Federal workers in Denver protest shutdown: ‘Do your job so that we can...

Nathan Wiser, who monitors water quality for the Environmental Protection Agency in Denver, has been unable to go to work for 20 days due...

Denver has 1 administrator for every 7.5 instructional staff — far above the state...

Compared with the statewide average, the Denver school district is top-heavy with administration. In the 2016-17 school year, Denver had one administrator for every 7.5...

1/12/19 – “The Post” screening and “Meet the NEW Press” panel

The Fourth Estate Film + Conversation series presents "The Post" Film screening followed by Meet the New Press A panel discussion with Denver's online journalists Click for tickets The panel will be...