Tag: mass shootings

Letter to the Editor

It is our duty as Americans to secure our future generations and our learning institutions to be free of violence.

Shooting threat still under investigation

As of Thursday Campus Safety and the La Verne Police Department had no new information on the ongoing investigation of a shooting threat, which put the University community on edge earlier this week. 

New York subway shooting exposes issues with NYPD

The New York Police Department failed its one mission – to serve and protect – when a masked gunman opened fire on the 36th Street Brooklyn subway station on April 12, leaving about 23 people injured with five in critical condition.

Community members stand against anti-Asian hate

More than 100 people attended a vigil Sunday outside the United Church of Christ in Claremont – to stand in solidarity with the Asain American Pacific Islander community and against hate – as hate crimes against the community have increased dramatically since the start of the pandemic.

Shooting drills are ineffective

The United States has had a horrifying number of school shootings over the past 20 years, with what appears to have been a hike in incidents ever since the deadly Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012 where 20 school children and six administrators were killed. 

Saugus High School community regroups in tragedy’s wake

In the wake of the recent school shooting that took the innocent lives of two Saugus High School students and injured three others, “Saugus Strong” were the words of encouragement echoing throughout the Santa Clarita community as they began to take their first steps towards healing.

Latest Stories