# School shooting
Teenager Arrested for Having Gun in Car at School
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA — Deputies detained a 17-year-old on Thursday after discovering a stolen 9-millimeter pistol in his car in the South Fort Myers High School parking lot. Deputies said the 17-year-old teenager threatened a student at South Fort Myers High School on August 11 with the pistol. He is now charged.
Alex Jones’ Legal Team Mistakenly Sent His Texts to Plaintiff’s Attorneys.
Alex Jones takes the stand in a court hearing earlier this week.SkyNews. Attorneys for InfoWars founder Alex Jones mistakenly sent a document containing two years worth of text messages to the legal team representing the families of Sandy Hook victims. This latest case will determine how much Jones has to pay after families won a default judgment against him earlier this year. The families are seeking damages of $150 million dollars.
Opinion: Uvalde shooting surveillance footage reveals the police were even more useless than we thought
Screenshot of Uvalde shooting surveillance footage released to the public. UVALDE- Segments of a 77-minute surveillance video that captures the hallways of Robb Elementary during the horrific Uvalde shooting were released to the public yesterday.
Governor hopeful says only Texas can avoid deadly shootings is by voting Abbott out of the office
Beto O'Rourke, Texas' Governor hopeful, has said that the only way the state can avoid experiencing any deadly shootings in the future is by voting current Governor Abbott out of the office.
Uvalde Mayor Says Robb Elementary Will Be Demolished
The May 24 Massacre of 19 children and 2 teachers happened at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas; and the Uvalde Mayor has confirmed it will be demolished. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit Robb Elementary School to pay their respects to the victims of the mass shooting, SundayNBC DFW.
Summer training for MCPS security staff includes active shooter situations
It has happened again. A school has been involved in a mass shooting just months after a student was shot in a school bathroom in Magruder high school, and Catonsville High School students took shelter after a shooting outside the school. This time it was an elementary school.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Has Given His Support For A Bipartisan Gun Law Bill
Senator Mitch McConnell has signaled that he will support the gun law bill before congress if it remains in the current form. The bill was negotiated by Sen. John Cornyn of Texas and Sen. Chis Murphy of Connecticut.
Chilling Account of Texas School Shooting Shared by a 10-Year-Old Survivor
“You’re all gonna die”– 10-year-old Samuel Salinas, a survivor of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School, recalls what the shooter said. As reported in People, In a tragic incident that took place on May 24th, 2022, at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, USA, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos fatally shot nineteen students and two teachers. Earlier that day, Ramos evidently shot his grandmother in the forehead, severely wounding her. Then, he headed for the school. Approximately five minutes before entering the premises of Robb Elementary, he started firing shots with his AR-15 style rifle. Then he entered the premises through an unlocked side gate and faced no obstruction in the process. Upon entering the building, he locked himself in a classroom. It is there that the tragedy took place. Inside the classroom, he shot and killed twenty-one people including nineteen students and two teachers. He then remained there for approximately an hour before a member of the United States Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) fatally shot him.
Thursday in Portland: PPS discusses banning concealed firearms on campuses and more top stories
(George Frey/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Thursday, June 2 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Portland Public Schools discusses banning concealed firearms on campuses.
Daily Mail slammed for using the shooter's"mental health issues" to get the public to empathize with him
The internet has slammed the Daily Mail for tweeting out an article that highlighted the bullying that the Texas shooter endured by telling the publication that it is trying to get the public to empathize with him.
Uvalde Texas School Shooting - Questionable Police Actions Took Over An Hour To Subdue The Gunman
19 children and 2 teachers were gunned down in the latest school massacre that took place in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, 2022. The event has garnered national attention, along with an investigation. The latest in the shooting is that police made grave errors in their response to the shooting.
Husband of Teacher Killed in School Shooting Dies of Heart Break
Nothing heals a broken heart.(Khadeeja Yasser/Unsplash) As speculation continues to frame the events of another school shooting that took place in Uvalde, Texas earlier this week, the recent aftermath of this horrific tragedy is even more devastating.
OPINION: The History of School Shootings in the U.S. and How to Find Protection for Parents, Teachers and Children
The following article is based on the opinion of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of NewsBreak or Particle Media, Inc. Police tape blocking off a crime sceneShutterstock.
Opinion: Tuesday's school shooting kills 21 people & raises questions, should Missouri teachers be armed in classrooms?
On Tuesday, a former Uvalde High School student in Texas walked into Robb Elementary School and killed nineteen children and two school teachers in a classroom where he barricaded himself.
Reconsidering Gun Rights (Opinion)
The last straw to break the camel's back.(Evgen_Prozhyrko/iStock) It happened again and you still can’t take guns away in the United States, but you can choose not to own one.
Baltimore city schools' CEO pledges support for students and staff following tragic school shooting in Texas
Law enforcement on scene after a mass shooting yesterday at Robb Elementary School.(Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images) City schools will have counselors available to meet individually or in small groups to help students and staff process the shootings that happened recently in Uvalde, Buffalo and Baltimore.
Wednesday in Portland: Local lawmakers react to Texas elementary school shooting & more top stories
(Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Wednesday, May 25 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Oregon lawmakers react to elementary school shooting in Texas.
Forsyth County Schools Superintendent reassures about safety measures in place after Texas school massacre
Tuesday's school shooting caused Forsyth County Superintendent Jeff Bearden to send a letter to parents.(Photo/Getty Images) (Forsyth County, GA) Tuesday’s deadly shooting of 19 students and two teachers at a Texas elementary school sent shock waves through the country.
The Philly Four: Two cops awarded $1 million in verdict over gender discrimination, sexual harassment
Philadelphia accused of undercounting homeless young adults. Advocates for the homeless are accusing Philadelphia's Office of Homeless Services of doing a poor job of counting young adults, ages 18-24, who are experiencing homelessness. Activists like David Fair, a co-chair for Philly Homes 4 Youth, said that these counts can be used to not award funding for groups attempting to address youth homelessness. “They have said to us, ‘You’re asking for 20% but young people are only 9% of the city’s homeless,'” Fair said. “And they know that’s an undercount.”
Calls mount for excessive gun control laws, with hundreds of Texas Republicans supporting gun reform
Residents of Texas, especially democrats, have continued to call for stringent gun control laws across the state, with some Republicans supporting gun reform laws. A stock photo of a high-angle view of a handgun with a gavel on an American Flag.Eduardo Gonzalez Diaz / Getty Images.