With 17 people shot and killed so far this year, the city's gun death total for 2016 just passed the toll from last December's mass shooting.
Caval Haylett Jr. spent his final game dunking for the Poughkeepsie Pioneers. A few hours later, a stray bullet stole his life.
Jamal Gaines, 21, overcame a car accident and partial blindness to run a thriving business before he was shot and killed while closing up shop.
A College Student is Using Instagram to Document the Shockingly Ordinary Settings of America’s Shootings
Photography major Michael Zbieranowski launched social media project Someplace Else to understand the gun violence epidemic in the U.S.
Hailey and Maximus Blunk belong to a growing group of American kids enduring what one childhood trauma expert calls a "particularly difficult struggle."
Scenes from "The Story of the Stuff"
After the Sandy Hook shootings, a tsunami of gifts and messages of condolence poured in. They lent comfort. They broke hearts all over again. Chris Kelsey was among the people who took on a momentous task: figuring out what to do with the outpouring when the community was ready to move on.
Nardyne Jefferies is the unwitting pioneer of an ad-hoc movement to get lawmakers to confront the grisly consequences of gun violence.
She Watched a Shooting at a Local Mall Unfold on Twitter. Then She Learned Her Mom Was One of the Victims.
The Clackamas Town Center killings were three years ago. Each new high-profile attack brings Jenna Yuille right back to that day.