A new report on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter comes down hard on his parents, teachers, and medical professionals, who all served to “accommodate and appease” the mass murderer’s mental health issues.
A well known rivalry between the University of Florida and Florida State University came to a pause early Thursday morning, all thanks to an anonymous app.
The alleged gunman was identified by the AP as Myron May, a lawyer and former FSU student. The incident took place in the Strozier Library while hundreds of students were inside. Update: One of the injured students was paralyzed in the shooting, and a friend started a fundraiser Sunday to help pay for medical expenses.
Jaylen Fryberg, 15, texted five classmates to sit with him at lunch before he shot them, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department said. Two of the students have died, three others were wounded, and Fryberg killed himself.
On Monday, a 15-year-old student shot and killed a teacher in a south Estonian school.
A government official, friends, and witnesses to the shooting identified the gunman Friday as Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. On Nov. 7, 15-year-old Andrew Fryberg became the fourth victim to die from the shooting.
Andrew Fryberg died Friday, Nov. 7 from injuries sustained during the Oct. 24 shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Cal State San Marcos spent the first day of its student orientation on lockdown after reports of an armed gunman. Update — August 20, 1:35 p.m: The man reported as a gunman was actually carrying a large umbrella and umbrella case.
In Washington state, a 10- and 11-year-old were sentenced to years in a detention facility after being caught with weapons and claiming they were going to murder other kids at their school. Where is the line between a childish game and a real threat?
Troutdale, Ore., police confirm that 15-year-old Reynolds High School freshman Jared Michael Padgett shot and killed a 14-year-old student Monday inside the Oregon high school before killing himself.
The man suspected of killing one person and injuring three others at Seattle Pacific University Thursday confessed to police he hoped to kill others, and himself.
The campus was told to “shelter in place” after the shot was heard. No injuries were reported and the suspect has been apprehended, university spokesman Eric Mansfield said.
Roosevelt High School in Honolulu was put on lockdown for two hours after a shooting was reported. Police were at the school to pick up a runaway teenager.
Football player Brandon Robinson, a junior, died Friday after being shot on SCSU’s campus. Four suspects are currently being sought by police.
One child is in critical condition and the other has been upgraded to satisfactory after a shooting inside a Roswell school gymnasium. Updated 11 p.m. ET Tuesday.
Memorial services in Newtown and throughout the nation today marked the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting.
Biden, surrounded by Newtown families at the White House today, announced a $100 million commitment by the Obama administration to increase access to mental health services.
The win on Tuesday night moved Newtown to 12-0 and gave the Nighthawks a very significant No. 1 seed in the Connecticut state tournament.
A Connecticut Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the 911 recordings from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting will be made public. The tapes will remain sealed until Dec. 4 to give the state time to appeal the decision.
According to reports, his name was Michael Landsberry, and many are now calling him a hero.
Not even the actors’ admission that this season would be the most chaotic and violent season yet of Sons Of Anarchy could have prepared viewers for this. [WARNING: SPOILERS]
Glee is being criticized for its school-shooting episode, but “Shooting Star” is only the latest in an increasingly misguided genre.
“Our children rely on us to help define the world they live in,” he wrote on Reading Rainbow’s blog.
“First day of school, last day of my life.”
Our thoughts are with the families. A teenager described as an outcast at a suburban Cleveland high school opened fire in the cafeteria Monday, killing one student and wounding four others before being caught a short distance away, authorities said.
What is it about this school? The suspect was reportedly a white male, wearing “gray sweat pants, gray hat w/neon green brim, maroon hoodie and backpack.”
Two students were shot when a gun in a sophomore’s backpack went off accidentally.