King Soopers shooting
Mental health of suspect in Boulder King Soopers shooting in question
Details are scant because the motion filed by lawyers for Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa is sealed as required under state law.
Colorado lawmakers blocked some misdemeanor offenders from buying guns. They also made it OK for some felons to own them.
The change to Colorado’s felon-in-possession law was made through Senate Bill 271, a 304-page measure that mostly made changes to the state’s misdemeanor code
Millions poured in to help victims of the King Soopers shooting. Families want a bigger say in how that money is spent.
The Colorado Healing Fund says it has distributed $2.4 million, but more than a third of that hasn’t gone directly to victims
Colorado governor signs three new gun control bills inspired by the Boulder King Soopers shooting into law
The new laws make this year’s legislative session the most significant in terms of firearm regulations in Colorado in nearly a decade
King Soopers shooting victims demand answers from nonprofits handling $5.8M of public donations
Nonprofits handling the donations — Community Foundation Boulder County and the Colorado Healing Fund — say they're doing a “comprehensive and holistic” approach that helps the entire community
Boulder King Soopers shooting suspect appears in court, faces new charges
The status hearing was only the second court appearance for Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa since the March 22 attack in Boulder
Boulder King Soopers where 10 were killed in mass shooting will reopen in the fall
The store has been closed since a 21-year-old man opened fire on customers, employees and responding police officers on March 22
Boulder police officer justified in shooting King Soopers gunman, prosecutors say
Richard Steidell shot the man in the right thigh while responding to the incident that left 10 people dead.
Here’s what you need to know about Democrats’ gun control bills introduced after the King Soopers shooting
The Colorado Sun combed through the three measures to see how they will affect people’s ability to purchase guns and the state’s efforts to reduce gun violence
Littwin: More gun-violence bills are on the way in Colorado’s legislature. Imagine if we could say the same for Congress.
It looks as if the state legislature will have passed six gun-violence bills by the end of this session. But don’t look for a ban on assault-style weapons to be among them.
Here’s the gun legislation Colorado Democrats are pursuing in response to the Boulder King Soopers shooting
A measure prohibiting people convicted of a violent misdemeanor from purchasing a firearm for a period of time is likely to be the most controversial of the potential policies
Man accused in Boulder King Soopers shooting faces 43 new counts, including allegations he had large-capacity magazine
The other new counts against the alleged gunman include 20 new allegations of attempted first-degree murder against victims who were previously unnamed in court records
Where did they get the guns? A comprehensive look at Colorado’s history of public gun violence.
After the shooting at a Boulder King Soopers, The Colorado Sun researched the guns involved in the state’s long history with mass murder and school threats.
President Biden will regulate gun device possibly used in Boulder shooting, make it more difficult to buy
Guns with so-called stabilizing braces will be added to the list of weapons and devices regulated under the National Firearms Act. That means buyers will have pay an extra $200 and submit more identifying information to the government
“It was going to happen eventually”: A popular lunchtime spot for Boulder students is now marred by gun violence
For Fairview High students, King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive was a “go-to place” to hang out with friends. Now, they wonder if they’ll ever feel safe there again.
Boulder police Officer Eric Talley’s life wasn’t taken in the King Soopers shooting, a priest said. “He gave it.”
Talley, a devout Catholic and father of seven, was among 10 killed at the shooting at King Soopers. Hundreds of law officers attended his public memorial service in Lafayette on Tuesday
Colorado Archbishop: Boulder police Officer Eric Talley represented the best of law enforcement
A funeral mass for the officer killed in the King Soopers shooting was held in Denver on Monday
Coronavirus, then a mass shooting: It’s been a year from hell for Colorado grocery workers
Grocery store workers were already exhausted after a year of putting their health at risk so Coloradans could buy food. And they were worried about security long before the Boulder massacre.
Federal agents arrest armed Colorado man after alleged remark about Boulder shooting
Adam Vannoy, 40, was jailed on weapons and drug charges
Boulder shooting suspect used assault weapon he legally purchased from Arvada gun store
Boulder police say they don’t know the gunman’s motive, but investigators have already put in 3,000 hours into seeking answers