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  • Shooting raises questions on gun safety, policy

    Shooting raises questions on gun safety, policy
    The shotgun that Robert Wayne Gladden Jr. allegedly used in last week's shooting at Perry Hall High School wasn't registered with the state. Under Maryland law, that wasn't required. Police also say the 15-year-old Gladden should never have been able...
  • Rachel's Challenge inspires TOW students

    Rachel's Challenge inspires TOW students
    Nearly 600 students filled Top of the World's multipurpose room Friday, to hear about the importance of spreading kindness. Ali Nourbakhsh, from Rachel's Challenge, gave an interactive speech to show how a small kind act could spur a chain reaction....
  • Orioles first-round pick Gausman discusses theater shooting in his native Aurora, Colo.

    Orioles first-round pick Gausman discusses theater shooting in his native Aurora, Colo.
    Typically, Orioles first-round draft pick Kevin Gausman tries to hide the fact that he’s from Aurora, Colo., the site of Friday’s tragic movie theater shooting. “I say that I’m from Centennial, [Colo.], because Centennial’...
  • Small Wonders: Hollywood scene turned upside-down

    I met my deadline this week. I turned in a particularly entertaining rant about Hollywood and her lack of creativity. Then we got news about the shooting in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater that left 12 dead and dozens more wounded. So we’ll save...
  • Girlfriend of slain Crystal Lake sailor: 'My boyfriend saved my life'

    Girlfriend of slain Crystal Lake sailor: 'My boyfriend saved my life'
    Julia Vojtsek was watching "The Dark Knight Rises" with her boyfriend, John Larimer, on Friday at the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colo., when a gunman fired into the audience. Larimer, a 27-year-old Navy sailor from Crystal Lake, immediately...
  • Colorado theater shooting: Hearts are heavy -- again

    Colorado theater shooting: Hearts are heavy -- again
    JEFFERSON COUNTY, COLO. -- In the hot midday sun, two women stood alone at the simple stone memorial honoring those lost just across the field at Columbine High School 13 long years ago. Cyd Ovens read the inscriptions honoring the 12 students and one...
  • Gingrich: School prayer would have prevented Columbine

     
    Newt Gingrich is not a poster child for family values. If we didn't know that already, his ex-wife Marianne Gingrich has been making it crystal clear in interviews with ABC News and the Washington Post, saying Gingrich wanted an "open......
  • Teen suspected in Utah bomb plot had visited Columbine principal

     
    Utah bomb plot: A boy arrested on suspicion of planning to blow up his Utah high school had visited the principal at Columbine High School to ask about the 1999 massacre there....
  • Alleged Utah school bomb plot: 2 charged; teen girl praised as hero

     
    A teenage girl, who received an electronic warning, was being praised as a heroine on Friday for tipping off authorities about what they believe was a plot to blow up a Utah high school during assembly then steal an airplane and flee to safety....
  • Gun control, school security debated after Connecticut shooting

     
    The rampage Friday at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school prompted memorials, beefed up security and calls for tighter gun control laws. The Los Angeles City Council adjourned its meeting Friday in memory of those killed. "If we could just give......
  • Police train at Cal State Northridge for response to shooting scene

     
    Local law enforcement agencies descended on Cal State Northridge on Thursday for active-shooter training, unaware they would be primarily dealing with deaf students. “CSUN has the largest hearing-impaired student population on the West Coast,”...