Recordings of 911 calls from last year's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were released Wednesday, and they also show Newtown dispatchers mobilizing help, reassuring callers and urging them to take cover.
NEWTOWN, Conn. - Emotions are in tatters amid a global crush of attention to a Connecticut town once known mostly for its bucolic atmosphere and sterling school system.
Newtown has held only three funerals so far for the 27 killed by a schoolhouse gunman last week and has many more ahead of it. The mourning mixed with media attention are forming a potent mix in a town once known mainly for being a good place to raise a family.
Police are walking children to parents waiting in cars to protect them from the cameras. Many parents have yelled at reporters to leave their children and the town alone.
Children went back to school Tuesday except for those who attended the school where the massacre took place Friday. Mourners overlapped at one church holding back-to-back funerals for two first-graders.
More funerals and wakes are planned Wednesday.
The Newtown, Conn., high school's football team won't have to play on the anniversary of the deadly Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings if it reaches the state championship game.
As Adam Lanza withdrew from the world into his bedroom, the only person he appeared to be close to was his mother, who cooked his favorite meals, did his laundry daily -- and bonded with him over shooting and guns.
Why Adam Lanza went on his murderous shooting rampage at a Newtown elementary school is a mystery and may never be known, prosecutors said in a report Monday as they closed their yearlong investigation.
Six months after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, some of the victims' families are heading to Capitol Hill to remind lawmakers they are painfully waiting for action, while some of the president's allies are asking him to do more without any new prospects of legislation to toughen gun laws.
Less than six months after a gunman killed 20 first-graders and six educators inside Sandy Hook Elementary School, Treehouse Comedy Productions plans to put on a show to benefit those affected by the massacre.
Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation announced plans Thursday to try to secure federal funds to help Newtown build a new elementary school after last year's massacre.
A task force of elected officials in Newtown on Friday recommended tearing down Sandy Hook Elementary School, the school where 20 first-graders and six educators were killed in December, and rebuilding on the same site.
Disappointment. Disgust. Grossly unfair. That's how some families who lost loved ones in the massacre at a Connecticut elementary school view the Senate's defeat this past week of the most far-reaching gun control bill.
The Motion Pictures Association of America is changing its rating system to better inform parents about violence in movies.