Sandy Hook Truther SentencedA Florida woman has pleaded guilty to threatening a man whose 6-year-old son was killed in the 2012 mass shooting at a Connecticut school, which she believed was a hoax.
Lawsuit By Professor Who Questioned Sandy Hook DismissedA judge has dismissed all eight complaints in a lawsuit filed against a Florida university by a fired professor known for his claims that the Sandy Hook shooting that killed 20 children was staged.
New Sandy Hook School Opening Nearly 4 Years After Massacre
Gun Seller Bankrupt, Seeking To Halt Sandy Hook LawsuitA gun sales company is asking a judge to halt a hearing scheduled for this afternoon, in a lawsuit brought by Sandy Hook victims' families.
Guilty Plea In Newtown Charity ScamA Tennessee man has pleaded guilty to stealing money from the charity he created to benefit the people of Newtown following the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Gun Control Advocates Bicycling From Newtown to WashingtonGun control supporters are set to embark on their annual bike ride from Newtown to Washington, D.C., to honor the 20 children and six educators killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and call for tougher gun laws.
Tennessee Man To Plead Guilty To Sandy Hook Charity FraudA Tennessee man has agreed to plead guilty to charges of stealing money from the charity he created to benefit the people of Newtown, Connecticut, following the December 2012 massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Sandy Hook Truther Misses Court Date, Plea Deal OfferedMills failed to show up for his latest court date here today.
Preliminary Hearing In Sandy Hook Shooting LawsuitA preliminary hearing got underway this afternoon, in a lawsuit against the companies that made and sold the rifle used in an attack that killed twenty-six Sandy Hook Elementary School students and educators.
Newtown Quietly Marks 3rd Anniversary Of School ShootingFlags were flying at half-staff Monday across Connecticut in honor of the 26 people killed three years ago in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Murphy, Blumenthal Note Approaching Sandy Hook AnniversaryMembers of Connecticut's congressional delegation are marking the approach of the third anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre with recognition of the grief still afflicting Newtown and calls for action to curb gun violence.
Report: Connecticut Boosted Mental Health Funding In 3 yearsConnecticut is one of 11 states that have increased funding for mental health care every year since the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, according to a new national report.