Parkland Parents Appeal Mental Health RulingsParents of victims in the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have gone to the Florida Supreme Court in disputes about alleged negligence by a mental-health facility that provided services to accused shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Death Penalty Trial Of Confessed Parkland Shooter Postponed IndefinitelyA judge has indefinitely postponed the death penalty trial of the confessed Parkland shooter due to coronavirus-related restrictions.
Florida Supreme Court Rules Parkland Shooter Can't Shield Experts NamesAttorneys for confessed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz have lost their bid to keep the names of the expert witnesses who have interviewed him in jail private.
School Panic Alarms Get Legislative BackingThe Senate and House are poised to approve legislation that would require schools to install panic alarms for emergencies such as school shootings.
Secret Service Wraps Up Day 2 Of School Violence Prevention TrainingTwo years after Parkland, the Secret Service is wrapping up two days of training in Miami to help school leaders and law enforcement better understand how to stop potential tragedies on campus.
Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center Trains South Florida School Leaders In Preventing AttacksThe United States Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC) studied dozens of previous school attacks in hopes of preventing future ones.
Day Of Service To Honor Those Killed In Parkland MassacreFriday marked two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.
Today Marks Two Years Since Parkland Massacre, Day Designated As One Of Service & LoveToday marks two years since the <a href="https://miami.cbslocal.com/tag/marjory-stoneman-douglas-high-school/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School</a> massacre.
Stunning ‘Eagles’ Artwork Commemorates MSD Victims, Students On 2-Year Mark Since ShootingThousands of tiny, metal, maroon eagles fan out on a wall of the Chabad of Parkland.
Fred Guttenberg Speaks About Being Removed From The State Of The Union AddressLast week at President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, Fred Guttenberg reacted. When the President spoke about protecting the second amendment, Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime died in the Parkland shooting, shouted out.
More Details Emerging About Alleged Attack By Confessed Parkland Shooter On Jail GuardNew details are emerging more than a year after the confessed Parkland shooter allegedly fought with a detention sergeant inside jail.
Lawyer: Young Parkland Shooting Witness Still Too Traumatized To TestifyA lawyer for a young student who witnessed the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School said her client is still too traumatized to give a formal statement and possibly testify at trial.
Alyssa’s Law, Which Would Bring Panic Buttons To Schools, One Step Closer To PassageThe law that would put a panic alarm, most likely through a cellphone app, in the hands of teachers and school administrators across the state.
‘One More Step We Are Taking To Heal’: Progress Being Made On Construction Of New MSD BuildingAs we come upon two years since the deadly school shooting in Parkland, the Broward School District has made major progress towards opening a new building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Broward School Board Attorneys Ask For Partial Dismissal In Lawsuit By MSD FamiliesAttorneys for the Broward County School Board were back in court Wednesday.