Douglas County Sheriff's Office
STEM School Highlands Ranch security guard reaches agreement with DA for firing gun, wounding students
Shamson Sundara was not supposed to have a gun on campus. He fired two rounds during the May 7 attack on the school.
Colorado’s guidance to police on the red flag law doesn’t include what to do if someone won’t give up their gunsJesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
STEM School guard who accidentally shot student while trying to stop May attack wasn’t supposed to be armedJesse Paul Sun Investigation Primary category in which blog post is published
A slain deputy. A political brawl. A school shooting: How Sheriff Tony Spurlock is handling years of turmoilJesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
“There wasn’t a whole lot that was going through my mind”: Teen called mom while subduing Highlands Ranch school shooterThe Associated Press Crime and Courts 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 voiceJennifer Brown Coloradans Primary category in which blog post is published
Kendrick Castillo didn’t hesitate when a gunman burst into his high school classroom. “He went down as a hero.”
One student killed, eight more wounded in shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch allegedly committed by two peers
At least one person was killed and eight students were wounded in a shooting Tuesday afternoon at STEM School Highlands Ranch allegedly committed by two of their peers, authorities say.
The red flag gun bill is now law in Colorado. But that doesn’t mean all the questions around it are answered.
Gov. Jared Polis signed House Bill 1177 into law on Friday, saying: "Many other states have passed similar laws. They've often seen it used in a targeted way."