A memorial for 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo, who was killed when two of his peers allegedly opened fire in STEM School Highlands Ranch on May 7, 2019, sits in the lawn of the school. Two students are accused in the rampage that also wounded eight students. Castillo and two other students tackled one of the alleged shooters. (John Leyba, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Colorado learned the danger of glamorizing shooters. Does lionizing student heroes also carry risks?

After two high-profile cases of students fighting back and dying, psychologists warn a shift in school safety could have dangerous ripple effects

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Governors like John Hickenlooper are still in the shadows of Democrats’ 2020 presidential campaign

"My problem is not what I'm selling, it's how do I get this information to the buyer?" Hickenlooper said.

Nicolais: Colorado Court of Appeals alters the 2020 landscape for politically active organizations

By ruling the 501(c)(4) Colorado Pioneer Action qualified as a “political committee,” the court set off a domino-effect for groups like Planned Parenthood