More than a year after Adam Lanza killed 26 at Sandy Hook Elementary School, his father, Peter Lanza, breaks his silence in an interview with the New Yorker.
Newtown, Conn., will apply to the Department of Justice for an 18-month grant, the Danbury News-Times reports. “This is a very costly endeavor to create,” First Selectman Pat Llodra said Tuesday.
The town’s top official, First Selectman Pat Llodra, sent a letter to members of the media Tuesday thanking them for their “respectful professionalism” leading up to and on the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook school massacre.
Peter Lanza, father of Adam Lanza — who shot and killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School — has agreed to turn over his son’s medical records to help investigators “find answers.”
Adam Lanza’s father has agreed to release his son’s mental health records to a state commission reviewing the elementary school massacre.
The million-dollar process to demolish Sandy Hook Elementary School following the massacre is complete, Newtown, Conn., officials said Thursday. The building of the new school will start in the summer or fall of 2014.
Connecticut State Police have released their final report on Sandy Hook, the culmination of the year-long investigation into the December 2012 shooting at the Newtown, Conn., elementary school that killed 20 children and six adults. The file is several thousand pages long, contains photos, 911 call audio, video, text, and is heavily redacted.
Recordings of the 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting on Dec. 14, 2012, have been released. WARNING: Audio contains disturbing content.
The Newtown, Connecticut elementary school where 20 children and six school officials were brutally murdered on Dec. 14, 2012 has been leveled to the ground.
The state’s attorney released a 48-page report on Monday, offering a detailed sequence of events and newly released information about Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza.
Its creator says the controversial game makes a statement about the importance of gun control.
A group of gun lobbyists have declared Dec. 14, 2013 as “Guns Save Lives Day.” UPDATE: Organizers moved “Guns Save Lives Day” to Dec. 15, one day after the anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
Sandy Hook elementary school will officially be demolished and rebuilt in the same location.
A controversial plan to distribute $7.7 million in donations has been approved.
He was a member of two gun forums, as well.
Former Connecticut gun store employee Krystopher Dibella pleaded guilty in federal court to selling the assault rifle that Adam Lanza used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
It features a child holding an AR-15 assault rifle.
Glee is being criticized for its school-shooting episode, but “Shooting Star” is only the latest in an increasingly misguided genre.
Dozens of pages of court documents were released Thursday, including warrants listing everything authorities took from Newtown gunman Adam Lanza’s home and car after the school shooting.
The NRA’s Wayne LaPierre cited Natural Born Killers as one cause of gun violence. His reference may not be current, but the 1994 film has a long history of blame.
Mental health experts say features of modern American society — from the media to the availability of guns — may make psychotic people more likely to commit violence.
“If I happened to be in one of those dark places, it would just take one person saying one thing to make me go off.”
Much of the initial information coming from news organizations was partially or entirely inaccurate.
Sources are suggesting that Newtown shooter Adam Lanza had a condition that made him unable to feel pain. Such conditions are very rare, and can cause heat stroke and other problems.
Ryan Lanza was not the shooter. Complex lessons from confused coverage of the Sandy Hook massacre.
A picture of the quiet, troubled 20-year-old begins to emerge in the wake of yesterday’s shooting. Lanza is reported to be among the 28 dead at the elementary school in Newtown, Conn.
The 2005 image of Adam Lanza was published by ABC Friday.