On April 20, 1999, two teenage boys opened fire on their high school in Littleton, Colorado. Using weapons purchased from private dealers at a gun show, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris killed 12 students and one teacher and wounded 21 others. The massacre stood as the most deadly school shooting in U.S. history until Virginia [...]
DENVER (Reuters) - A federal judge refused on Wednesday to dismiss wrongful death and personal injury claims brought against a movie theater chain on behalf of victims of last summer's mass shooting at a suburban Denver screening of the Batman film "Th...
The Pulitzer Prizes were announced today, and among the winners was the staff of The Denver Post for its coverage of the Aurora, Colorado shootings last summer - coverage in which Twitter and Facebook (and to a lesser extent, Storify)...Show More Summary
Post by Ericka SóuterIn the wake of Sandy Hook and the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, gun control is on the mind of every parent I know. Needless to say, it's an incredibly divisive subject. Though not a lot has surprised me about the debate until now. Show More Summary
PORTLAND, Oregon - An Oregon man was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of harassing family members of some of the 12 people slain by a gunman who opened fire on moviegoers inside a Colorado theater last summer, police said. Kevin Michael Purfield, 45, of Oregon, is accused of c …
DENVER (Reuters) - A Fox News reporter returned to a Colorado courtroom on Wednesday for a hearing on whether she should be compelled to reveal anonymous sources cited in a story about the July 2012 massacre of a dozen people in a suburban Denver movie...
Denver-based CNN reporter Jim Spellman called out a perceived media bias in the case of Fox News reporter Jana Winter and her potential jailing for protecting her sources in the Colorado theater shooting story. If Winter had worked for a more liberal outlet like the New York Times, the CNN reporter surmised, she would be getting a lot more press for her ordeal.
Jana Winter, a Fox News reporter, is staying silent. And for that, she could face up to six months in jail. After the Aurora, Colorado shooting, Winter broke a story that the murderer — James Holmes — had sent a notebook to a Univesity...Show More Summary
Since the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the states of New York, Colorado, Connecticut and Maryland have passed laws designed to prevent gun violence. This week the Maine legislature takes up a couple dozen gun bills. One bill would ban carrying weapons "in a pub …
Fox News | BuzzFeed | Courthouse News Service Jana Winter won’t reveal which law enforcement sources told her Aurora, Colo., shooting suspect James Holmes sent a notebook to a University of Colorado psychiatrist. And she may go to jail because … Read more
Advocates of gun control in Colorado used the massacre committed by “Batman killer” James Holmes to push new legislation. However, it turns out that Holmes psychiatrist warned campus police a month before the shooting that Holmes was dangerous. His psychiatrist, Dr. Show More Summary
The Outdoor Channel will apparently no longer film in Colorado now that the state has enacted new gun control laws. Two Colorado gunmakers – HiViz Shooting Systems and Magpul Industries — are also moving their operations out of state, and two shooting competitions scheduled for Colorado are going elsewhere The Outdoor Channel describes itself as [...]Show More Summary
Guest Post by Andrew Marcus - Director, Hating Breitbart Is there any bottom to how low Progressives will sink in order to strip Americans of their civil rights? It seems each day there’s another story about a Democrat spouting off complete non-sense … Continue reading ?
About a month before the deadly mass shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton warned campus police at the University of Colorado that James Holmes was dangerous, according to documents released by prosecutors. Show More Summary
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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — New questions are confronting the university that Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes attended amid disclosures that a psychiatrist warned campus police a month before the deadly assault that Holmes was dangerous and had homicidal thoughts.
(Reuters) - Police in Colorado on Friday arrested one of two suspected white supremacists they were seeking in connection with the killing of the state's prison chief, an ABC television affiliate reported.
In the aftermath of James Holmes's mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, CO in July 2012, police at the University of Colorado's Denver campus said they had not had contact with him, but reports emerged that his psychiatrist had warned them. Show More Summary
Colorado Springs police have arrested a man who authorities want to question in relation to the March shooting death of prison chief Tom Clements. James Lohr, who police said is a member of a white supremacist prison gang, is an associate of Evan Ebel, the man suspected of killing Clements, Lt. Jeff Kramer of the [...]
NATIONAL STORIES: CNN: Holmes' doctor warned that he was dangerous A psychiatrist, who treated suspected mass killer James Holmes, warned police a month before the Colorado theater shooting that Holmes had made homicidal statements and was a danger to the public, according to documents released this week. It is unclear what was done with that [...]