A bill that would reclassify newspaper theft in Colorado has passed the state’s House of Representatives and is waiting now for consideration in the Senate.
Parents are protesting a Colorado Springs high school that won’t allow the yearbook staff to include a memorial page for a student who committed suicide in August.
A Colorado commission that reviews criminal laws voted Friday to repeal a statute that makes it a crime to steal free newspapers, arguing that the legislation has clogged up the state’s justice system.
Theeditor of the Palmer High School yearbook claims her adviser censored aphotograph of a lesbian couple, then deleted several pages of work inretaliation against students who fought the decision.
A federal district court ruled Friday that a former college student whopublished a First Amendment-protected satirical newsletter was deprived of hisright against unreasonable search and seizure when police confiscated hiscomputer.
Overland High School’s student journalists are without an adviser or anewspaper after the principal overhauled the program days after a dispute overcontent.
The former newspaper adviser at the University of Colorado at Boulder wastold to give administrators a "heads up" about controversial stories prior topublication, according to personnel documents.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday thatformer University of Northern Colorado student Thomas Mink can sue a deputydistrict attorney for damages resulting from her approval of a warrant to searchMink's home and seize his computer for posting a website mocking a professor in2003.
Colorado State University released Friday theformal agreement between the university and the Rocky Mountain Student MediaCorporation (SMC), a new nonprofit organization formed from CSU's former studentmedia department.
A former University of Northern Colorado student will appeal a federal judge's decision to dismiss his lawsuit against a prosecutor to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.