UCSB Shooting

Students of UCSB and UCLA mourn at a candlelight vigil at UCLA for the victims of a killing rampage over the weekend near UCSB on May 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. According to reports, 22 year old Elliot Rodger, son of assistant director of the Hunger Games, Peter Rodger, began his mass killing near the University of California, Santa Barbara by stabbing three people to death in an apartment. He then went on to shooting and running down people while driving his BMW until crashing with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Officers found three legally-purchased guns registered to him inside the vehicle. Prior to the murders, Rodger posted YouTube videos declaring his intention to annihilate the girls who rejected him sexually and others in retaliation for his remaining a virgin at age 22. Seven people died, including Rodger, and seven others were wounded. (credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Candlelight Vigil Held to Remember Victims Year After Isla Vista Mass Murder

Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of a mass murder that rocked the UC Santa Barbara community. Six students were killed near the college campus before the killer, Elliot Rodger, took his own life.

05/23/2015

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Friends Of UCSB Shooting Victim: ‘She Was Just Naturally A Giver’

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.

05/26/2014