Columbine High School
Shootings and shock value: Hoodies, video use similar tactics — including invoking Columbine massacre
Both used shock value to make a point about gun violence — and both are dealing with different levels of reaction, some positive and, in the case of the fashion show, a lot of it negative
Citing lack of consensus, Jeffco Public Schools abandons idea to tear down and rebuild Columbine High SchoolBy Jesse Paul Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Should schools and buildings be torn down after mass shootings? Columbine looks to others as it struggles with trespassersBy Carol McKinley Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Austin Eubanks, Columbine school shooting survivor who became advocate for fighting addiction, found deadBy The Associated Press Coloradans Primary category in which blog post is published
This is not Parkland: Douglas County, divided on guns but eager to prevent another school shooting, tries to find its voiceBy Jennifer Brown Coloradans Primary category in which blog post is published
Florida teen “infatuated” with Columbine was already dead when Colorado school closures, massive manhunt were launched
An autopsy summary by the Clear Creek County coroner estimated that 18-year-old Sol Pais likely died on April 15 — the day authorities said she flew to Denver from Miami.
Jeffco Public Schools’ security chief was already losing sleep over the Columbine anniversary. And then this week happened.
John McDonald often spends the night at the school in the days before the painful anniversary, but got little sleep when a woman threatening violence came to Colorado
Colorado’s new red flag law may have applied to woman whose threats caused mass school closures. But there’s a catch.
Colorado law says an extreme risk protection order to seize someone’s firearms must be sought in the county where the person resides. In Sol Pais’ case, that would have meant Miami-Dade County, Florida.