Friends and a former teacher of one of the victims killed in the UCSB shooting are speaking out, sharing memories and insight as to the type of person she was.
School shootings, like the tragedy at Sandy Hook, have had parents and students on edge.
The 16-year-old who wounded two people in a school shooting at Taft Union High School has been charged as an adult, Kern County’s District Attorney’s office said Monday.
One student was wounded Thursday in a school shooting in the city of Taft, according to the Kern County Sheriff’s Office.
A student who witnessed Thursday’s shooting at Taft Union High School in Kern County said her classmates were “really rude” to the alleged 16-year-old gunman.
Los Angeles Unified School District campuses reopened Monday after winter break Monday with tighter security in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
A crusade against toy guns that began in 1987 is being re-launched following the elementary school shooting in Connecticut that left dozens dead.
Following the events in Connecticut last Friday, there is a fundamental question that keeps crossing my mind: Why did this have to happen? How many more schools need to be shot up before we act? How many children need to die over a Constitutional Amendment that addressed the right for Americans to possess muskets?
A Northridge man paid for 100 cups of coffee to be given to the grieving residents of Newtown, Conn., on Monday.
Anaheim was one of the many cities Monday remembering last week’s massacre that ended so many young lives at a Connecticut elementary school.
Two senators are calling for a national commission to examine mass shootings in the United States, while a colleague says she’s pushing to ban the sale of military-style assault weapons.
Parents should note that CBS will make no mention of the Connecticut school shooting during our children’s programming tonight, which starts at 8/7c with “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
The images are everywhere. And they are haunting. Disturbing.
The trial of a California teenager accused of fatally shooting a gay classmate at school is drawing to a close, with the defense trying to chip away at the prosecution’s argument that the killing was a hate crime fueled by homophobia and white supremacist sympathies.
A prosecution expert says a California teenager’s white supremacist ideology is the primary reason the murder defendant shot to death a 15-year-old gay classmate.