Sandy Hook Promise Releases PSAA group formed by families who lost children in the Sandy Hook school shooting has started a new public service campaign designed to teach people to recognize the warning signs of someone who may be contemplating gun violence.
'Say Something' Slogan, Born Of Terror, Adopted By SchoolsA variation on the adage "If You See Something, Say Something," first introduced in a jittery New York City after 9/11, is being adopted by schools at a time of heightened vigilance for the next classroom shooter.
Newtown Families Say No Ties To Group Behind McGraw Concert
Connecticut Reactions To The Senate VoteAfter the Senate voted against advancing gun-control legislation, elected leaders and Newtown families reacted with disappointment.
Statement Of Mark Barden Of Sandy Hook Promise On Senate Vote
Newtown Residents Urge Community Awareness As Solution To ViolenceIan and Nicole Hockley lived across the street from Adam Lanza, but they never got to know him or his family before the 20-year-old gunman killed their young son and 25 other people inside Sandy Hook Elementary School.
V-Day Marks Two Months Since Newtown Tragedy
Group Calls For Dialogue, Marks Month Since Sandy Hook ShootingA group that includes Sandy Hook Elementary School parents today gathered at Newtown town hall, on the 1-month anniversary of the school massacre.