The two alleged shooters planned the May 7 attack for a few weeks. One student died and eight others were injured.
School officials said the number of people trying to get close to or even inside the school reached record levels this year, the 20th anniversary of the 1999 attack.
Former Columbine Principal Supports Tearing Down The School Building. One Shooting Victim’s Daughter Says It’s Too Late
School officials say continued public attention and an obsession with the physical building have made keeping the school secure a supremely difficult task.
The adult suspect's next hearing was set for Sept. 24 through 26.
Jeffco Schools Consider Tearing Down Columbine High School Shortly After A Tumultuous 20th Anniversary
The physical building has attracted public attention and obsession ever since the attack two decades ago.
The unending litany of mass shootings in recent years has built an unacknowledged community of heartbreak, touching and warping the lives of untold thousands.
A Month After Another Colorado School Shooting, Here’s What Students Are Asking Each Other And Thinking About
Six students — three STEM School shooting survivors and three teenagers from other Denver metro schools — talked about mental health, social media and more.
Douglas County Approves A $13 Million School Security Funding Booster, But The School Board Isn't Cheering
The money will fund entry way security, mental health services, community response teams and school resource officers in the wake of the fatal STEM shooting.
Valedictorian Emma Goodwill said that a lot was taken from the class of 2019 in the shooting — their sense of safety and their friend and fellow senior.
While a focus on gun control often emerges after shootings, technology can be a less partisan solution that’s quick to implement.