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In campaign against gun violence, Columbine students aim to shock with final photos

18 Apr 2019

LITTLETON, Colo. Last month, Kaylee Tyner and other students at Columbine High School launched a campaign dubbed #MyLastShot, asking students across the country to pledge to publicize images of their deaths if they became victims of a mass shooting. 

Young woman obsessed with Columbine found dead after frantic manhunt

18 Apr 2019

DENVER An 18-year-old Florida woman infatuated with the Columbine massacre was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in Colorado on Wednesday after she touched off an extensive manhunt by making a "pilgrimage" to the state days before the 20th anniversary of the 1999 school shooting. | Video

FBI seeks woman 'infatuated with Columbine' in Colorado schools threat

18 Apr 2019

DENVER A woman described as "infatuated" with the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, who bought a pump-action shotgun and ammunition after she flew into Colorado on Monday, was an extreme threat the FBI and police said on Tuesday. | Video

Columbine principal, haunted by 20-year-old massacre, still recites victims' names

17 Apr 2019

ARVADA, Colo. Each morning for the last two decades, Frank DeAngelis has recited aloud the names of the 13 people killed at Columbine High School, where he served as principal during the 1999 massacre that marked a modern era of mass school shootings.

Blizzard clobbers Plains and Midwest after blanketing the U.S. Rockies

12 Apr 2019

DENVER A powerful blizzard slammed the U.S. Plains and Midwest on Thursday with heavy snow and fierce winds that caused power outages and closed highways while raising fears of more flooding in the Midwest after a deluge last month.

A new "bomb cyclone" blizzard hits U.S. Plains and Midwest

11 Apr 2019

DENVER, April 11 A "bomb cyclone" blizzard, the second in a month, hit the Rockies on Wednesday and spun into the U.S. Plains and Midwest, bringing fears of more flooding in areas still recovering from last month's deluge.

Blizzard barrels through U.S. Great Plains, threatening new floods

11 Apr 2019

DENVER A "bomb cyclone" blizzard swept out of the Rockies into the Great Plains on Wednesday, leading the Colorado governor to activate the National Guard and prompting fears of more flooding in areas still recovering from a deluge last month.

Colorado lawmakers pass law overhauling oil and gas drilling regulations

04 Apr 2019

DENVER Colorado lawmakers approved a bill on Wednesday overhauling regulations governing the state's robust oil and gas industry to prioritize public health and safety, over opposition by Republicans and industry groups.

Colorado passes bill to seize guns from people deemed threat to self, others

02 Apr 2019

DENVER The Colorado legislature on Monday passed a "red flag" bill that would allow those deemed a threat to have their firearms seized, despite opposition by most of the state’s sheriffs and threats of legal challenges.

'Bomb cyclone' winter storm moves east after punishing Colorado

15 Mar 2019

DENVER A powerful late-winter blizzard dubbed a "bomb cyclone" by meteorologists moved east on Thursday, hurling hurricane-force winds, tornadoes after dumping heavy snow on Colorado and the plains states and killing a state trooper. | Video

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