This week on Colorado Politicking, legislative reporter Pat Poblete and Denver Gazette reporter Dennis Huspeni discuss the third-party report probing Denver Public School Director Tay Anderson's conduct and school walkouts calling for his resignation. Meanwhile, chief legislative reporter Marianne Goodland focuses on the state Independent Ethics Commission rejecting a request for private security for Secretary of State Jena Griswold.
Rates in districts both with and without a mandate fluctuated through July and August before a clear line of delineation: the first day of school.
A pair of Colorado’s most prominent Democrats stand opposed to a National Park Service plan to lethally remove a dozen bison from Grand Canyon National Park, with Gov. Jared Polis backing a last-ditch effort to relocate them to southeast Colorado.
Colorado is poised to re-launch an at-home COVID-19 testing program, Gov. Jared Polis announced on Tuesday.
Hours after hundreds of Denver Public Schools students walked out to call for his resignation Monday, DPS Board of Education Director Tay Anderson touted his accomplishments in office and unveiled his plans for serving the district in the future.
More than 200 students at North High school in Denver staged a walkout protest Monday, calling for embattled Denver Public Schools Board of Ed…
History Colorado's new executive director says museums should serve community first.
Reaction to the censure of Tay Anderson on the political front Friday was stone silence, but parents who have been critical of the embattled D…