RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting

A collection of news and information related to Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting published by this site and its partners.

Top Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Articles

Displaying items 109-120
  • After the Boston marathon bombing, focus on the heroes

    Amid the bedlam, terror and despair, we must focus on this. We must never forget this: Goodness still abounds. Courage is plentiful. People can be, and often are, heroes. As the surreal video of the Boston Marathon bombing looped over and over on TV, I,...
  • Can a little yellow card really protect our kids?

    A yellow card. A simple yellow card. This, for now, serves as an emblematic shield, a safety measure in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting. When my twin granddaughters returned to their elementary school after winter break, their mother, along...
  • A callous app from NRA

    The callousness, the sheer idiocy, of some organizations never ceases to amaze me. A month after the slaughter of 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, the National Rifle Association has released a new game that...
  • Judge upholds most, but not all, of New York's assault weapons ban

    Judge upholds most, but not all, of New York's assault weapons ban
    A federal judge handed a major defeat to gun-rights supporters in New York on Tuesday, ruling that most of the state's wide-ranging new gun restrictions do not violate gun owners' 2nd Amendment rights. New York's so-called SAFE Act, enacted in January,...
  • Jazzman Jimmy Greene shares beauty of daughter's life, lost at Newtown

    Jazzman Jimmy Greene shares beauty of daughter's life, lost at Newtown
    When Jimmy Greene and his quartet take the stage at Jazziz Thursday night, his sets may include “Ana Grace,” a song Greene wrote in 2008 about his then pre-school-age daughter. The song awakens slowly, with piano and Greene’s tenor sax...
  • Colorado school shooting: State again finds itself in gun debate

    Colorado school shooting: State again finds itself in gun debate
    As it struggles to deal with the latest deadly school shooting, Colorado finds itself in a familiar place, enmeshed in the ongoing debate over how to control gun violence. On Saturday, police continued their investigation into the latest attack, the...
  • School board to discuss Andersen fencing

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday to discuss possible fencing at Roy O. Andersen Elementary. The board most recently discussed the issue in November when it approved fencing at Adams and Victoria...
  • Police to staff Mesa, Estancia again

    Costa Mesa police officers are going back to school full time next week after more than a year on hiatus. The Police Department is reviving its school resource officer, or SRO, program that had sputtered for more than a year because of a lack of...
  • Republicans Agree – And Clash On Gun Control

    BROOKFIELD — During a two-hour debate Sunday evening, Republican gubernatorial candidates jockeyed for the chance to face expected Democrat nominee Dannel P. Malloy in November's election, differing sharply on gun control. The candidates agreed...
  • Occidental College bans investments in assault weapons companies

    Occidental College bans investments in assault weapons companies
    In a move that activists described as the first of its kind for any American college or university, Occidental College in Los Angeles is pledging to stay away from any investments in companies that manufacture military-style assault weapons and high-...
  • These awards are going to the dog writers

    These awards are going to the dog writers
    NEW YORK — This was the dog writers' biggest night. The only things missing were the red carpet and interminable speeches. And the dogs. But they were there in spirit at the recent awards ceremony of the Dog Writers Assn. of America, which...
  • To these scribes, writing about dogs isn't for the dogs

    To these scribes, writing about dogs isn't for the dogs
    NEW YORK -- Ranny Green knew he was onto something back in the 1970s, when a story he wrote for his newspaper in Washington state garnered more phone calls and letters than anything he had done in his journalistic career. It was about dogs. Decades...