Carman: Crumbley family puts the lie to the myth of the ‘responsible gun owner’
It’s an insult to the grieving parents of yet another school shooting to even attempt to make a case about responsible gun ownership
Fourth teen charged with attempted murder in Aurora’s Hinkley High School shooting
Littwin: Whatever else might be different about the Oxford High shooting, the reaction is always the same
This time, with so many red flags in evidence, the parents and the school are getting intense scrutiny. So is the Supreme Court. But once again, Congress will do nothing.
3 students shot in Aurora high school parking lot
The shooting came after six students from another Aurora high school were shot and injured Monday at a park near their school
A caring high school principal or a criminal? A situation in Salida may have national implications.
The response to a student’s suicidal threat in September has opened a rift between police and Salida Public Schools, highlighting broader questions about the role of law enforcement in K-12 education
STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting trial in jury’s hands
During closing arguments, prosecutors said the defendant "knew exactly what he was doing," while the defense claimed "there was no plan"
Active shooter drills are part of school life. Can they be done better?
Approximately 95% of schools practice what to do in case a shooter enters their facility. Rep. Ed Perlmutter thinks we should know more about how they affect kids.
Jury hears from survivors of STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting
The prosecution called on several staff members and students of the school to walk the jury through the day of the shooting and how it unfolded from their perspective
As STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting trial opens, two views of what happened in Room 107
Devon Erickson is accused of killing classmate Kendrick Castillo. Eight others were injured in the May 2019 attack.
Opinion: “There was another shooting last night.” What will it take not to hear those words?
The fear that families feel that their loved ones could be next is very real, and it has to stop; we have no time to waste.
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.
He survived the Columbine massacre. Now Frank DeAngelis is applying the coping lessons he learned to coronavirus.
DeAngelis was the principal of Columbine High School during the 1999 mass shooting there. It prepared him for the trauma of COVID-19.
Coronavirus is threatening school safety efforts prompted by STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting
The state legislature is dealing with a decreased budget and limited time for lawmaking, meaning a slate of bills that have yet to pass on school safety are likely at risk
Prosecutors won’t seek death penalty against older of two suspected STEM School Highlands Ranch shooters
In a court filing on Thursday, 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler did not explain the decision not to seek capital punishment for Devon Erickson
16-year-old STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting suspect pleads guilty
Alec McKinney, 16, pleaded guilty to 17 felonies, including first-degree murder, under a plea deal
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.
Conservative Colorado radio show canceled after host’s “you wish for a nice school shooting” comment
Chuck Bonniwell from the show “Chuck & Julie” was complaining Tuesday about an abundance of media coverage on the impeachment of President Donald Trump
Secret Service study: Most school shooters were badly bullied, showed warning signs
Research could help train school officials and law enforcement on how to better identify students who may be planning an attack
These five bills are designed to make Colorado schools safer. None touches on guns.
Colorado’s School Safety Committee pushed forward legislation that could better address students’ behavioral health needs. Lawmakers left guns out of the conversation largely for the sake of bipartisanship.