Parkland: One Year Later

Fred Guttenberg, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Introduce 'Jamie's Law'Lawmakers and local gun control advocates will come together to introduce “Jamie's Law” on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
Parkland Victims Remembered With Tears And TributesRielle Creighton reports five thousand people solemnly stood shoulder to shoulder at Pine Trails Park in Parkland Thursday to remember the lives taken one year ago.
Parkland Survivor Still Healing Physical, Emotional WoundsMaddy Wilford is one of the victims who survived after being shot during the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018.
Day Of Remembrance For Parkland Victims Across Broward CountyIn Coral Springs, there is a new temple now open where visitors can mourn, remember, contemplate, leave mementos and write messages on its walls for the victims of the Parkland school shooting
Thousands Attend Prayer Service Held To Remember Parkland VictimsFive thousand people solemnly stood shoulder to shoulder at Pine Trails Park in Parkland Thursday to remember the lives taken one year ago.
Prayer Service At Pine Trails Park Follows Day Of Somber ReflectionAt Pine Trails Park in Parkland it was a Day of Service and Love as people gathered to remember the 17 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students and staff members who died in a mass shooting a year ago to the day.
Interfaith Memorial Service Honoring Parkland VictimsAn interfaith memorial service was held in Parkland to remember the victims of the shooting.
Remembering 17 Lives LostTaking a closer look at the victims who lost their lives during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Gov. DeSantis Pays His RespectsFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis paid his respects to Parkland victims.

Parkland: One Year Later

Florida Panthers Dedicate Memorial For Parkland Victims Inside Team's Den Of HonorOne year after the deadly shooting in Parkland, the Florida Panthers dedicated a special tribute to the 17 victims.
Victims Of Parkland Shooting Honored As Thousands Attend Evening Prayer ServiceFive thousand people solemnly stood shoulder to shoulder at Pine Trails Park in Parkland Thursday to remember the lives taken one year ago.
Parkland Survivor Has Endured Year Of Pain, Healing After Being Shot Four TimesExactly one year later we continue to remember the 14 students and three adults who died last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
A Day Of Service And Love At Pine Trails Park In ParklandAt Pine Trails Park in Parkland it was a Day of Service and Love as people gathered to remember the 17 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students and staff members who died in a mass shooting a year ago to the day.
Temple Of Time Honors Victims Of Parkland School Shooting'The Temple of Time,' a temporary, non-denominational temple is now open in Coral Springs. Visitors are allowed to mourn, remember, contemplate, leave mementos and write message on its walls, before it's set on fire and destroyed in a few months.
Parkland Students, Parents On Somber MilestoneStudents and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School marked a somber milestone on Valentine's Day.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Orders All Flags Flown At Half-Staff To Honor Parkland VictimsFlags throughout the State of Florida are flying at half-staff Thursday.
'I Went Through Hell And Back': Parkland Shooting Survivor One Year LaterFor many students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, February 14 marks the day their lives changed forever. That includes survivor Annabel Claprood who was in her sophomore Spanish class when the gunfire erupted one year ago.
Remembering The Victims Of The Parkland School ShootingStudents, faculty, parents and strangers across Florida and the country are taking pause Thursday to remember and reflect on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting one year ago. The Parkland school shooting killed 17 people and injured 17 others.