Florida Judge Confirms Trial For Confessed Parkland Shooter To Begin In JanuaryA Florida judge has confirmed that the trial for confessed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz will begin in late January.
Trial Set For Confessed Parkland Shooter Nikolas CruzA trial date has been set for confessed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Florida Senator Rick Scott Announces Legislation To Address 'FBI Failures' Regarding Parkland ShootingFlorida Senator Rick Scott announced legislation Thursday to hold the Federal Bureau of Investigations accountable for its 'failures to address critical deficiencies in its handling of actionable intelligence' in regards to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
Parkland Parents Back Florida Governor Ron DeSantis In Broward Sheriff DebateGov. Ron DeSantis is facing a showdown about one of his highest-profile decisions: the ouster of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, whose fate now rests in the hands of the Florida Senate.
Florida Senate Special Master Recommends Reinstatement Of Former BSO Sheriff Scott IsraelA Florida Senate special master officially released its recommendation to reinstate Broward Sheriff Scott Israel on Wednesday.
Contributions Pour In For Assault Weapons Ban In FloridaIn the wake of two mass shootings in Texas and Ohio last month, contributions flooded into a political committee seeking to ban possession and sale of assault weapons in Florida, according to a new campaign-finance report filed at the state Division of Elections.
Broward County Public Schools Responds To Legal Complaints Regarding Mass Shooting At MSDOn Wednesday, the Broward County Public Schools responded to legal complaints regarding the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Legal Question Could Decide Parkland CompensationNearly everyone agrees that last year’s mass shooting at a Parkland high school that left 17 students and faculty members dead, another 17 victims injured and an untold number of people traumatized occurred after a series of missteps by a variety of government agencies.
Pembroke Pines Residents Tell Commissioners They Don’t Want Gun Show Set For This WeekendBillboards along I-95 are promoting the Pembroke Pines Gun Show to be held this weekend at the city’s taxpayer funded Charles Dodge City Center, just feet from City Hall.
Vigils Held In Miami-Dade To Honor Victims Of El Paso, Dayton ShootingsTwo vigils in Miami-Dade County to honor victims in El Paso and Dayton left many in tears Tuesday evening.
Tips On Helping Children Cope With Stress Of Mass ShootingsPsychologist Raquel Bild-Libbin joined the CBS4 News at 7 to discuss the impact that stressful situations like mass shootings can have on children, and ways to help them through it.
Parkland Student Activists Demand Common Sense Gun Legislation After El Paso, Dayton ShootingsPeople in South Florida watched the mass shooting events unfold in El Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio over the weekend with a profound depth of understanding.
Nine People Killed, Dozens Injured In Dayton, Ohio Overnight ShootingNine people in Ohio were killed in the second mass shooting in the U.S. in less than 24 hours, and the suspected shooter is also deceased, police said.
Gilroy Garlic Festival Mass Shooting Leaves 4 Dead Including GunmanAt least four are dead, 15 are injured and hundreds of others were sent scrambling for safety Sunday after at least one gunman opened fire in Christmas Hill Park during the last day of the Gilroy Garlic Festival, according to officials. A suspected gunman is dead.
Bipartisan Bill Proposed In Congress Would Take Alyssa’s Law Nationwide, Make Schools SaferFlorida Congressman Ted Deutch has just introduced a bipartisan bill in the US House of Representatives that aims to improve school security across the country and help get law enforcement officers and paramedics to the scene of school shootings quicker.