Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg felt guilt after Uvalde, Texas mass shooting
Preview: In an interview airing February 12 on "CBS Sunday Morning," the co-founder of the advocacy group March For Our Lives said, "We came out and we literally said, 'Never again.' … Obviously, that didn't work."cbsnews.com
Boxer Gervonta Davis jailed on domestic violence charge
Professional boxer Gervonta Davis has been jailed in Florida after he struck a woman in the face, authorities said Wednesday. An arrest report obtained by The Associated Press said Davis hit the woman with a “closed hand type slap” at a home in Parkland, Florida, on Tuesday, causing a small abrasion to the inside of her upper lip.news.yahoo.com
Demócratas buscan atraer a votantes de habla hispana a través de la radio en una era donde reina la desinformación
Una empresa de medios latinos comenzó el proceso de adquirir 18 estaciones de radio en las principales ciudades del país con el fin de combatir la desinformación y el flujo de información falsa que se transmite en algunas estaciones de radio de habla Hispana.cbsnews.com
Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life
Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz has been formally sentenced to life in prison without parole. Before Cruz was sentenced, parents and other relatives of Cruz's victims spent two days telling him of their anger and hate toward him. (Nov. 2)news.yahoo.com
‘A crime may have been committed’ in Parkland trial jury room, prosecutors say
Editor’s note: Daily coverage of the Parkland trial is being provided to all readers as a public service. The deliberation room where 12 jurors decided the fate of confessed mass shooter Nikolas Cruz may have been a crime scene itself — a juror says she was threatened during deliberations, and prosecutors want the claim investigated. According to a motion filed late Thursday, prosecutors want ...news.yahoo.com
Parkland father says he's "disgusted" with jurors after they spare shooter's life: "I pray that animal suffers every day of his life in jail"
"That you can allow 17 dead and 17 others shot and wounded and not give the death penalty? What do we have the death penalty for? What's the purpose of it?" Alhadeff said, adding that he believed the jurors set a precedent today that could affect future mass killings.cbsnews.com
Parkland school shooter spared from execution for killing 17
A jury spared Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz from the death penalty Thursday for killing 17 people at a Parkland high school in 2018, sending him to prison for the remainder of his life in a decision that left many families of the victims angered, baffled and in tears.
His sister died in the Parkland massacre. He wants the gunman to live.
A jury will decide whether Nikolas Cruz lives or dies for killing 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Fla., in 2018. Not all victims' relatives are convinced the death penalty will bring them a sense of justice.washingtonpost.com
‘I’m a bad kid. I want to kill!’ Parkland gunman’s teacher says she kept his records in case they’d be needed in future
Editor’s note: Daily coverage of the Parkland trial is being provided to all readers as a public service. The Parkland gunman’s eighth-grade teacher was so troubled by his disturbing schoolwork that she saved a copy for her records in case it was ever needed. Those documents now provide crucial insight into the mind of a killer-in-the-making after Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 people at ...news.yahoo.com
Parkland survivor David Hogg was kicked out of a House gun control meeting after tearing into Rep. Andy Biggs for using the same logic of 'mass shooters in your manifesto'
During the committee meeting, Rep. Biggs claimed Americans need assault weapons to protect themselves against an "invasion of the southern border."news.yahoo.com
Florida jury sworn in to determine school shooter's penalty
The jury that will decide whether Nikolas Cruz should get the death penalty for killing 17 people in the 2018 shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida, high school was finally selected Wednesday, after a painstaking, stop-and-start process that took nearly three months. The defense wound up using all 10 of its peremptory challenges, eliminating candidates for any reason other than race or gender, while the prosecution used four. On Wednesday, the defense used its final strikes to eliminate a retired insurance company executive and a banking executive who had been tentatively on the panel when court adjourned Tuesday.news.yahoo.com
Terror at DC Rally after Screaming Man Reportedly Claimed He was Armed
Washington, D.C. Gun violence survivors and their families were left in terror Saturday at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., after a man close to the stage reportedly began shouting that he was armed. The disruption came during a moment of silence for the 21 lives lost in the Uvalde, Texas, school […]news.yahoo.com
Florida massacre families to get millions for FBI's inaction
Federal officials have confirmed that the U.S. Department of Justice has reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with the families of most of those killed and wounded in a 2018 Florida high school massacre over the FBI’s failure to stop the gunman even though it had received information he intended to attack.