Dan Marburger was critically injured during the Jan. 4 attack at Perry High School. The school superintendent said he was a "hero" who intervened with the teenage gunman so students could escape.
In the midst of a school shooting, UNC's student journalists kicked into action, covering the story as it unfolded. Now, the paper's front page — a block of heart-wrenching texts — is earning praise.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Host Bill Nigut turns our pre-recorded panel to focus in on gun violence and how we can protect kids in schools.
Popovich, who has coached the Spurs for 27 years, has been outpsoken on issues of gun control, race and LGBTQ+ rights over the years.
The U.S. sees hundreds of mass shootings each year — so many that some people have survived more than one. A therapist offers advice for how to cope with the trauma.
Hart, known for her starring role on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, said her children attend school near Nashville's Covenant School.
Monday's school shooting set in motion a familiar cycle of condolences, calls for action and questions, some unanswerable, about how the violence unfolded. Here's a look at what we're following.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.
Public access to most buildings at Michigan State University will be restricted at night, school officials said a little more than two weeks after a gunman killed three students and injured five.
The Georgia House passed a bill that would mandate annual intruder drills in Georgia Public Schools.
Students are expected to return to class on Monday, one week after a gunman shot and killed three people, and injured five others, on campus.
The University of Virginia is in lockdown as law enforcement officers search the campus for a suspected gunman.
In September, schools across the country started getting hoax calls that active shooters were on their campuses. But nearly one month in, there are more questions than ever.
Officials said at least two gunmen were targeting a specific person and that they are still working to determine what touched off the shooting. It comes amid a surge in violence across the city.
The investigative committee found law enforcement's response to the massacre involved little coordination and no leadership. School faculty, meanwhile, failed to uphold existing safeguards.