Sandy Hook Elementary School
A state commission that’s reviewing public policies in light of the deadly 2012 shooting at a Newtown elementary school is reviewing the progress it has made so far toward crafting a final report with recommendations to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
(Newtown, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The Newtown community is receiving over $7 million in federal grant money to support victims, family members, and first responders a year-and-a-half after the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School. […]
The family of a first-grade teacher killed in the 2012 massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School has awarded the first scholarships from a fund set up in her memory.
A veteran Newtown police officer placed on administrative leave after a collision has retired.
West Haven officials have found a compromise to build a playground memorializing one of the children fatally shot at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Potential mass shooters exhibit similar psychological and behavioral traits that include identification with “dark knight” popular culture figures, “costuming” in military or all-black attire and misogynistic views towards women.
Some Newtown residents say in a new survey that they want the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter’s home torn down and the property turned into a park or nature preserve.
A new poll finds that a majority of Americans oppose stricter gun control laws.
Some of the charities paying for mental health care for children and families affected by the Sandy Hook massacre are running short of money and officials don’t know how much they’ll need — and for how long — to repair the psychological scars from the mass shooting.
The father of Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza says in his first public comments about the massacre that what his son did couldn’t “get any more evil” and he wishes his son hadn’t been born.