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NY passes 1st US gun control bill since Sandy Hook shooting

New York's Legislature passed on Tuesday the nation's toughest gun control law and the first since the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. More>>

Local parents react to NRA plan to put armed guards in schools

Gun control has been a hotly debated topic since the elementary school shooting in Connecticut. Many calling for stricter gun laws, but the NRA is now asking for armed guards at every school. More>>

Special P.O. Box for Newtown condolences

The move is a response from the Postal Service to overwhelming support for the people of Newtown, Connecticut. More>>

Obama plans to observe moment of silence for CT shooting victims

To honor the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, President Obama plans to observe a moment of silence at the White House Friday morning. More>>

Students at other Newtown schools head back to class

Courtesy: David Goldman/AP Photo Courtesy: David Goldman/AP Photo

Most schools in Newtown, Connecticut will open back up for classes Tuesday, with the exception of Sandy Hook Elementary School. More>>

NRA releases statement about Newtown shooting

The National Rifle Association of America has broken its silence since the mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. More>>

Wis. superintendent: Focus on shootings' causes

A Wisconsin school superintendent, whose district was the scene of a school shooting six years ago, says the nation must confront what's causing school shootings. More>>

School nurse hid for 4 hours after shooting

The nurse at Sandy Hook Elementary Schools says she and a secretary stayed hidden in a supply closet for almost four hours Friday. More>>

UPDATE: President Obama visits grieving Newtown

Two days after a deadly shooting rampage, President Barack Obama visits Newtown on Sunday. More>>

Police: Oklahoma teen planned shooting same day as Connecticut tragedy

An Oklahoma high school student is in custody on charges he plotted to bomb and shoot students at the Bartlesville High School auditorium. More>>

Father talks about daughter lost in CT school shooting

Robbie Parker says the world was a better place with his six-year-old daughter Emilie in it. More>>

Wis. Sikhs to honor victims of Conn. shooting

The Wisconsin Sikh community is holding a vigil and community dinner to honor the victims of the Connecticut school shooting. More>>

UPDATE: Deadly school shooting in Connecticut

Courtesy: Shannon Hicks/The Newtown Bee Courtesy: Shannon Hicks/The Newtown Bee

27 people were killed, including 20 children, in a shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. More>>

Newtown holds memorial mass

Members of the Newtown community gathered Friday night to remember the victims of the shooting. More>>

Lessons from Newtown tragedy

In the wake of one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history, some who deal with school safety in Wisconsin say they'll learn from the tragedy. More>>

President Obama's response to CT school shooting

The President said he told Connecticut's governor that the federal government will offer whatever resources it has available to help in the investigation into the shooting. More>>

Images from CT school shooting

NEWTOWN, CONN. (WKOW) -- Reuters has collected a number of photos from outside Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. in the wake of Friday morning's school shooting.You can see the photos here. More>>

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