Four years ago, Manuel Oliver’s 17-year-old son Joaquin was among the 14 students and three staff members killed in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. On Tuesday, he watched as another mass shooting unfolded, this time at an elementary school in Texas.
A teenage boy who killed two classmates and wounded three others at a southern California high school on his birthday before shooting himself in the head died on Friday of his wounds in hospital, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office said.
Do the frequency and horror of mass shootings ever overwhelm you? Sometimes my mind struggles to process the details: Virginia Beach, Columbine, Sandy Hook, Parkland, UNC Charlotte, Highlands Ranch, Tree of Life Synagogue, Chabad of Poway synagogue.
A former school safety officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were fatally shot, was arrested Tuesday on multiple charges, including child neglect and perjury after he failed to confront the gunman.
Dropping her kids off at school used to be the hardest part of Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson’s day. She would cry most mornings as they left the car, and relied on texted photos from their teachers to make it through the day.
Editor’s Note: The Northwest Baptist Historical Society recently recognized the late Lemuel Onggao, a longtime pastor and church planting missionary in the Northwest, as a recipient of its 2018 Heritage Award. Onggao died in June 2018. Following is the society’s summary of his life and […]