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Students Brought Gun To School, Planned To Sell It

Updated: 04/14/2012 - District 11 says a total of three students have now been taken to a detention facility in connection with a gun that was brought to Sabin Middle School. Police say one had planned to sell the weapon.

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Good Budget News Is Relative For CO Schools

Posted: 04/06/2012 - More state tax revenues this year mean the average amount budgeted per student will be the same as last year when lawmakers vote on Colorado's budget.

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Three D-11 Students Injured In Bus Stop Fight

Updated: 03/01/2012 - Some students waiting for a school bus near Delaware and San Miguel in Colorado Springs were involved in a fight with an adult Wednesday morning. Three were taken to the hospital with injuries.

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No Child Left Behind To Undergo Changes

Posted: 08/08/2011 - Another school year is about to begin, and with it come changes to the No Child Left Behind act, including here in Colorado.

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Parents Worried About Kids Getting To D-49 Bus Stops

Posted: 07/25/2011 - We've reported that budget cuts have lead to a "pay to ride" plan for students. The new "circuit busing system" for D-49 cuts down on the number of bus stops. Parents tell us just getting to the bus may be a dangerous walk for many students.

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Memorial Service for Air Academy High Teacher

Posted: 07/25/2011 - A memorial service is being held for Rob Christopher, a high school social studies teacher at Air Academy in school district 20. He died last week from a lightning strike.

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Former D-11 Superintendent Passes Away

Updated: 07/03/2011 - Former District 11 superintendent Kenneth Burnley has died in Alaska, where he was heading a sprawling 17,000-student district north of Anchorage. He was 69.

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New Allegations Against Local Police Officer

Updated: 05/19/2011 - 11 News has obtained the arrest affidavit for a Colorado Springs police officer arrested for allegedly buying child pornography. Local boys are now coming forward alleging inappropriate conduct.

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UPDATE: Donations Help Students Go On Music Trip

Updated: 06/01/2011 - The students at Freed Middle School returned from their music trip to Denver. The Pueblo middle schoolers thought they weren't going to play in a band competition after a crook broke into Freed and stole money they had been fundraising out of the school safe.

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Anti-Bullying Bill Faces Legislative Deadline

Updated: 05/11/2011 - An anti-bullying measure that could prompt more school uniforms across Colorado is still pending in the Legislature, with only hours to go to pass the bill.

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