February 14, 2018: A shooter walked onto the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High campus in Parkland, FL and murdered 17 students and staff, 17 others were injured.
Since then, laws have changed, investigations completed and foundations begun. From student activists marching on Washington to the parents of victims turning their grief into action, the tentacles from the Parkland shooting have stretched far and wide.
It’s dominated discussions over seminal issues like gun control, school safety and mental health treatment. In this podcast series, CBS4 looks at a simple yet fundamental question — what’s changed since Parkland?
Throughout this series you’ll hear from the families as well as experts and stakeholders about how Parkland altered the conversations around critical topics and what lies ahead.
Parkland One Year Later was conceived, reported, written and hosted by CBS4 News reporter Carey Codd. Editorial assistance for this podcast series was provided by CBS4 News Director Liz Roldan, Managing Editor Alissa Merlo and Special Projects Manager Cari Hernandez. David Agudelo and Alexander Bombard served as assistant producers and editors.
- Thursday, April 18th