The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre a year ago renewed the national debate on guns and school safety, turned some victims' parents and surviving students into political activists and at least temporarily ended the local sheriff's career.
By Terry Spencer, Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
In the year since the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school, more and more states have passed laws making it easier to take guns away from people who may be suicidal or bent on violence against others, and…
By Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student activists set their sights on the 4 million U.S. citizens turning 18 this year.
By Kelli Kennedy, Mike Schneider, Associated Press
Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Wednesday returned to a more secure campus as they began their first new school year since a gunman killed 17 people in the freshman building.
By Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press
It’s been almost six months since the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed. But out of that tragedy emerged a group of students dedicated to preventing future school shootings, including David…
By Terry Spencer, Curt Anderson, Associated Press
The troopers will be stationed at the school indefinitely along with Broward County deputies, leaving an armed guard at every campus entrance point.
By Jennifer Hijazi
A 14-year-old student who was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School wrote about life's "ups and downs" soon before his death. After the shooting, a classmate writes that "nothing about this feels normal."…
By Denise Lavoie, Associated Press
Some schools have taken a hard line, promising to suspend students who walk out, while others are using a more supportive approach.
By Lauren Porosoff, Jonathan Weinstein
Maybe if students learn how to accept feelings of frustration, fear and embarrassment, they won’t need to avoid those feelings by hurting themselves or someone else.
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