Police in Wyoming called their counterparts in Lone Tree with concerns about Matthew Riehl more than a month before the Dec. 31 shooting.
The program was a prime fault line in an election this fall that saw voucher opponents take full control of the board.
One clue seems to be the average incomes for people who moved from Denver, as reported in tax returns for 2014 and 2015.
Two years ago, the Colorado Supreme Court struck down a program that allowed public money to indirectly fund religious schools in Douglas County. Now that program will get another look.
How a Colorado court case could change how public schools everywhere serve students with special needs
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday grappled with the question of what kind of education public schools must provide students with disabilities.
Authorities say a man who critically wounded a Colorado sheriff's deputy was shot and killed by another officer after the suspect turned his gun toward people at a hospital complex.