An analysis of more than 800 official statements.
I’m a Florida Teacher in the Era of School Shootings. What Happens in My Classroom During a Lockdown Drill Should Horrify Americans.
“'Remember,' I tell the children, looking them in the eyes in the darkened classroom. 'Remember to keep the scissors open. They’ll stab better that way.'"
Through the first six weeks of 2018, there were at least 76 incidents and 171 deaths.
States Set Aside Millions of Dollars for Crime Victims. But Some Gun Violence Survivors Don’t Get the Funds They Desperately Need.
“There is this money that’s just sitting there and underutilized because people don’t know about it or are unable to access it,” said one expert.
Sometimes before authorities know they’re missing.
Thousands of weapons go missing in the state each year.
After her brother was fatally shot, Kim Anderson saw how hard his death was on her niece. She started an organization to help kids struggling to cope with the loss of a parent.
A new "fugitive from justice" definition has increased the odds that some violent criminals will be able to buy a firearm, experts say.
Educators are training to repel mass shooters in districts across the state. But policies vary widely, and parents don’t always know whether their children's teachers are armed, or not.