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Topic - Columbine High School
Columbine High School or CHS is a secondary school in unincorporated Jefferson County, Colorado, United States. - Source: Wikipedia
A new principal has been chosen for Columbine High School to succeed Frank DeAngelis (dee-AN'-juh-luhs), who helped shepherd students and the community through the 1999 shootings and the aftermath.
Students who survived a deadly shooting at their northern Nevada school in October are attending a Lake Tahoe camp designed to help them through the healing process.
Five of the state's largest school districts have investigated more than 400 threats by students this school year and put 40 of them at the highest levels of concern, according to records obtained by The Denver Post.
Columbine High School, where a school shooting left 13 people dead in 1999, went on high security alert after receiving a series of threatening phone calls, law enforcement said Thursday.
A panel of Colorado lawmakers has unanimously voted to support a school safety hotline, citing Thursday's threats to Columbine High School as evidence the program is crucial.
The author of the 1971 murder manual "The Anarchist Cookbook" is urging the book's publisher to halt printing in light of the Colorado high school shooting last week.
Colorado's governor asked the nation Sunday for prayers for the 17-year-old girl who was critically wounded by a classmate at her suburban Denver high school.
It wasn't Colorado's tough new gun laws but the active-shooter protocol followed by deputies that stopped a teen gunman Friday from killing anyone other than himself at Arapahoe High School, the governor said Sunday.
The Arkansas Christian Academy in Bryant, Ark., is making national headlines after it announced that some staff members will be armed with guns.
Organizing for Action, the successor of Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, sent out an email blast Tuesday invoking the tragic 1999 shooting at Columbine High School to fundraise for President Obama's gun control efforts.
To someone living on the coasts, the fight in Colorado over gun control — often called by its repackaged name, "gun violence" — might be hard to understand. Restrictions on gun-magazine capacities and background checks for all gun transfers might sound benign.
A Utah teenager arrested last year in a Columbine-inspired plot to blow up his high school was eliminated in a race for mayor of the city of Roy on Tuesday, receiving less than 5 percent of the vote.
Former counterterror expert Philip Mudd, discussing on "Fox News Sunday" the motives behind last week's Boston Marathon bombing, suggested the suspected bombers acted autonomously.
A landmark expansion of background checks on firearm purchases was approved Friday by lawmakers in Colorado, a politically moderate state that was the site of last year's gruesome mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater.
A survivor of the Columbine High School shootings has penned a letter to President Obama in opposition to a federal crackdown on guns, arguing that those responsible for the botched Fast and Furious gun-running operation should be the most scrutinized.