Parkland Dad Max Schachter Concerned School Shootings Could Continue Facing Multiple AssailantsAny school shooting will get the attention of the people in Parkland.
Gun Control Groups Seek Veto Of Florida Bill Arming TeachersAbout a dozen activists with two gun-control advocacy groups dropped off a stack of papers with 13,000 signatures at Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office Tuesday as they urged him to veto a bill that would allow armed classroom teachers.
Teachers In Florida Could Soon Begin Arming Themselves, But Probably Not In Miami-Dade Or Broward CountyTeachers around Florida could soon be seen on the firing range, getting certified to pack a pistol at school after the legislature approved a plan to allow teachers to volunteer to carry a gun. 
School Safety, Toll Road Proposals On Agenda For Florida SenateIn two of the highest-profile issues of the 2019 legislative session, the Senate on Wednesday is slated to take up proposals designed to bolster school safety and build or expand three toll roads.
School Safety Bill That Includes Arming Teachers Nearing Passage In Florida SenateNearly 14 months after the Parkland school shooting, state senators on Thursday moved toward passing a wide-ranging school safety bill that would include allowing classroom teachers to serve as armed school “guardians.”
Town Hall Meeting In Coral Springs Designed To Educate Parents, Teachers & Students In Wake Of Recent SuicidesBroward County mental health providers, parents and students have been swinging into action over the past couple weeks.
Efforts Ongoing By Parkland Community To Educate Children And Keep Them SafeParents and members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School community came together again to discuss ways to keep their children safe.
Parents Taking Preventative Action After Second Stoneman Douglas Student Takes Own LifeJust days after learning that a Parkland high school student took her own life, another tragedy has hit this grief-stricken community.
Florida House Committee Passes Bill Allowing Guns Inside Cars At SchoolsIn Tallahassee on Tuesday the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee considered House Bill 6005.
Some Broward School Leaders & Students Think Code Red Drills Are Becoming Too CommonAfter the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland last year, Florida legislators mandated that schools conduct monthly code red drills.
Future Of Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie In Limbo After Call For Vote By Parkland ParentDays away from a critical vote, Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie made no comment Wednesday on his future.