26 Burst results for "Columbine High School"
Houston state rep on the role of cops in schools
"As part of a larger debate on police reform there is a growing spotlight on the officers that patrol public schools activists say they shouldn't be allowed to arrest students Houston state Rep Jeanne Lewis an attorney who represents kids in the juvenile justice system says schools need to do their jobs instead of expecting police to address all whole list of emotional issues it was a mark always to break up fights and do other nonsense like that but you don't need to talk to do they shouldn't be doing those things in the first place is gonna send the increase of cops on campus since the Columbine school shooting activists say they serve a small role in need to be replaced with more counselors who can help troubled kids instead of arresting
"columbine high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The three organizations but still open to the general public each partner will have a third of the available spaces to offer their employees it set to open in early twenty twenty one I came across this headline this morning or Christine and it kind of caught my eye not only because we all know about this place but you actually worked in Colorado for sometime during your career in Colorado school officials decided now to abandon a sixty million dollar proposal they were going to simply level and rebuild Columbine high school that was the plan it's just it's amazing to me that I mean they would consider it although there's been a lot I mean obviously with the school shooting there and being one of the really the first big ones that was widely covered all over the country for its size and and severity they're still obviously a lot of pain so well there but right I think the problem the reason why they were considering it is because you have these kind of I don't know what you want to call on death tourism you know people going by taking pictures wanting to visit the site I'm something horrible that happened and I think that's you know it's it's disruptive well and so and then I'm thinking about the school administrators and teachers who were there and probably there are many who are still there and it has to be creepy for them to walk through that school I mean do you ever really do those images ever really go away down and I don't know what kind of remodeling they've done inside the school sense but I mean that's schools been there a long time my husband coached baseball at that school is that right coach little league baseball you know in the summertime at that school and so it's been around for a very long time and it's expensive to love the school and try to rebuild the school again but you know but I also understand not wanting you know just strange people showing up taking pictures of the campus well the plan to raise it and rebuild it is now been shelves so they're not going to do that for the time being is impeachment now out of the question out of Robert Muller do in his testimony before Congress our legal analyst weighs in in our next half hour what did you like the news ninety three point.
"columbine high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Closer look at the plan, which efforts in county public schools superintendent, Dr Jason glass. Dr glass. Thanks for. Joining us. Good morning. Glad to be here. I'm sure this is something that you all have contemplated for the past twenty years. But I'm wondering as this got an amped up a tad since the last situation when the woman from Florida traveled or was going to maybe come to Columbine her head issues or attached her travels to that situation. Does that make you take a closer look at doing something different with a high school? Does this conversation? It has happened previously in Jeffco and been considered before. But I think with the twentieth anniversary and what we experience with Seoul, pace, individual coming in from out of state next point on that, that question that has been circling around and made us wonder if time for us to have a serious conversation about this community if our responses on our Facebook page, or any indication people don't seem to be in favor of the tear down idea. Many saying that, you know, if you do tear the building down you're just letting the gunman win. What do you say to that? Doing one of our options. And so we are in an exploration community asking people what to think. And so we can go back and keep doing what we're doing. So that's, that's one of the things that we should consider. But I think the public needs to be aware that Columbine high school because it's by what happened there twenty years ago. It's under constant pressure. From individuals who have fascination with, who tried to walk onto we've contacted hundreds of individuals, and the police have contacted hundred hundreds of individuals making Persian into the school or come on the grounds. Even that roll up on Columbine high school. And so it's just under a constant pressure. Even though it's one of the safest schools because it's called by. It's, it's something that we only have to manage. So we just think it's, it's time that we have a serious conversation about this as a community and decide what we want to do Dr glass, I know you've consulted a lot of people, one of those people, of course. Frank deangelis. I'm a Columbine high school alum in and actually reached out to coach yesterday because I kind of wanted to get his thoughts on this. And he was very nuanced in his take. He, he echoed kind of the safety concerns. And the concerns with the, the gawking at the school in the inspirations of may lead to others, but he also alluded to me that what makes Columbine great is the community. It's alums it's the families. It's the people's. It's not the building. Have you heard those sentiments as well in the process? Absolutely. I think that's why in the proposal that we put forward where we need to keep the name Columbine, we need to keep all the traditions that come with the school, because it is the sense of pride, that comes with Columbine, and we've all been inspired by the we are calm by chance in the sense of community and connection that, that Columbine has. But we have the reality is that we have this attractive, or people that have an obsession with it, or that are conspired to commit other school, shootings in that isn't going away. In fact, it seems to be increasing, which is why we brought this discussion forward in the community to say what should we do about this, Dr classes? We wrap it up. How much would it cost to build a new school? New high school on that site would probably somewhere between sixty and seventy million dollars. We need to go to the voters to get that attached impact on a path. A million dollar house in Jeff foe would be around one to two dollars a month. Dr Jason glasses, the superintendent of Jefferson County schools. Thank you, Dr we appreciate it. Thank you Bye-bye. What do you think you're weighing in this morning on Facebook? Six Forty-six, sports time, and Julie Brahmins here. Good morning morning,.
Columbine school shooting survivor found dead in his home
"Survivor of the Columbine high school massacres found dead at his home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Reporter Phil Hewitt says an autopsy scheduled for today on thirty seven year old Austin. Eubanks what he's sixteen Eubanks said, part of the reason he rarely spoke about the Columbine shooting is because he battled a drug addiction for years after the massacre, Eubanks became a public speaker for substance abuse victims. Police do not suspect foul play in his
Columbine shares message for nearby school after shooting
"Columbine. School officials are sending a message of support to a nearby school south of Denver that is the scene of the latest mass shooting the sign outside. Columbine says our hearts are with you stem. Authorities say to students of the stem school's highlands, ranch opened fire inside the. School Tuesday killing one classmate and injuring eight others. Charter school is located just a few miles away from Columbine. And today the shooting suspect Devon Ericson made his first quarter parent bowing his head during much of the
"columbine high school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight communicating with the dead. Here's what's happening. Another tragedy in the school the school shooting not far from the Columbine high school in Colorado left one student dead. Eight others injured two suspects were apprehended after the shooting at the stem school highlands ranch which covers K through twelve and Douglas county in Colorado about eighteen hundred fifty students attend the school. The suspects are believed to be students at the school. Unbelievable. Well, if you get a call from an unfamiliar number that rings once in hangs up do not call back. The Federal Communications Commission is warning people about a new phone scam, which they're calling the one ring scam. The scam works like this scammer places a robo call to a number hangs up after one or two rings. They called back several times the is to get you the the answer it a call the number back when you do the caller is prompted the pay long distance fees to connect the call fees. It are usually paid in part because of the scammer so be very careful here cash keep thinking of ways to make money the United nation. The United States has deployed an aircraft carrier as we reported yesterday a strike group and a bomber task force to the Middle East in response to clear indications that Iran or rainy in proxies were planning to tacking US forces in the region, Dr Jerome Corsi author of. Tomica ran with this right now, Jerry would Iran be that foolish to blatantly do something like that. Well, I think George the intentions in the region arrest Glading, again, how we've seen recently the Israelis on all the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip engage in other series of rocket attacks. And Iran is certainly in the mix there with a moss in in Gaza. And now that we have pulled out completely of the Iranian deal that was negotiated by John Kerry, and the Obama administration, I think Iran is feeling the sanction's going back into place in Iran. Probably going to continue to step up is military action in a very aggressive way. And that's what I think the United States is responding to what do you think? The Trump administration will do if Iran attacks in aircraft carrier or something like that is actually an attack clearly the United States will respond with military force. But you know, George, I've always been an advocate of not using military force in the Middle East. I think one action always leads to another. No matter what your intentions are the is easy to have the violence ramp up in the Middle East, and I've always been an advocate of trying to to get it to ramp down. The problem is that the Iranians are very dangerous group and with the revolutionary guard on have been a very militant force throughout the region, including in Syria and in Iraq as well. Iran has very strong global intentions to expand its its version of Shiite Islam and has had this since the Iranian revolution in nineteen seventy nine. All right. Thank Jerry Jucker. A jury Corsi struggling CNN is reducing headcount as the network moves to a new headquarters leaving some staffers worried in the process more than one hundred CNN employees have already decided to accept voluntary buyout options with CNN international executive vice-president, Tony Maddox among the staffers deporting the ratings challenged network after twenty one years at the company. Do you have one of those Alexes the pretty cool, aren't they? Well, would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings for most people? The answer is are you nuts? All that's essentially what Amazon apparently has been doing to millions of us with its assist. Assistant Alexa in microphone equipped echo. Speakers and it's hardly alone. Bugging homes all over the place. Let's check in with our expert on the internet, Lauren. Weinstein. Lauren is that really happening. Really, not new information. I I mean, I'm a little surprised that the stories are coming out now about this. Because we've talked about this in the past, right? Some of the technologies it's a big story today. And I I don't quite understand why the replica review how these things work and all of these sports speakers were basically the same way they aren't sending information or recording any information until they hear the hot word the hot phrase. So in the case of Amazon's it could be Alexa. Apple has Siri Google has. Hey, google. They they use those to determine when someone wants to a command or play music or something after it. Here's that. Then it starts listening for a period of time until the utterance finishes, and they said that up for processing. Now, the question here is what happens after the processing. Everybody has up till now at least recorded those recorded those. After the command and has saved them. They're very useful data standpoint because you want to train these speech recognition systems to get better. And at least in the case of of Amazon and Google they're always been ways to delete the data. If you knew how to do it. There are activity activities settings Google has been way ahead on this. Because they've always had the tools to do that that the lead it, you can turn off voice recording. In fact, a couple of days ago, they announced that they're rolling out tools to automatically delete data. In other words, if you don't want to turn it off completely you can say keep it for three months than anything older than three months gets deleted automatically. And I think this is a situation where apple which also does the same thing with Siri. Like I said though, they they claim to be using anonymous identifiers Amazon to really catch up Google. This. What you have these smart speakers, you need to decide what kind of trade off you're willing to accept between privacy and between convenience if you're going to be giving commands to these systems, you are passing information along. So it's do you trust the organization are you accepting of their data of their data policies their data retention policies. If you're really upset about it. If you're really concerned about it. You may not want to use these devices personally, I use the Google devices I trust Google this. But it's always an individual decision and who's going to take the time on the other side of the fence of the Amazon side, for example to listen in on all this stuff. Well, the question is what what are they going to hear? I mean, even even if you even if you postulate somebody going going through it and listening, you know, you're going to hear things like play the Rolling Stones. Turn up the volume turn on the lamp in the living room. The these are the kinds of utterances that that are that are useful for command standpoint. And they're useful for for language training standpoint. I think part of the concern has been that in some cases, there are stray utterances that are that are picked up. In other words, they'd be a hot word is accidentally triggered. You didn't really say the hot word, but the systems that you did. And it picks up something stray, you know, that that was set after the Howard now the case of global when there's an unrecognized command it wipes it out if you look later, you'll see just as unrecognized command. And I would think that it would be a real good idea for Google's competitors to do the same thing. But in general for most people, it's just a question of basic commands, basic functions. And like you said no one's really going to be going through those. If they did they're not gonna really be getting much privacy invasive information, Lauren. Thanks so much. Interesting though, the technology truly is remarkable among golden couple has died of the bubonic plague after eating raw marmot, that's like a chipmunk prompting a six-day quarantine that left a number of tourists stranded in that region. The couple that consume the raw meat in kidney of are Mont believed by some the remedy for good health. The rodents is known for carrying a bacteria commonly associated with the highly contagious. Bubonic plague cheese up next somebody who does not advocate eating chipmunks. Of course, Dr Joel Wallich, the website, critical health, news dot.
"columbine high school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"In New York. There are some scattered showers. I'm Bob around the stories that we talking about on seventy seven WABC police say at least seven students injured in a school shooting south of Denver. To the best of my knowledge of the kids didn't know of anything as far as anybody from playing around or threatening or anything the shooting. Plaguing Denver suburb, these stem charter school the target this time Colorado sheriff Tony spurlock talks about the law enforcement response almost immediately. As the first gunshots were fired the school notified the dispatch center through our communication center that there was an in a shooting at the school. But two minutes later. I deputies arrived and engaged. The suspects school is not far from Columbine high school it's day two in the trial of alleged gang members accused of killing junior Guzman fillets his mother said it was difficult to watch never before seen video over son's fatal attack. I could've so everything I just with my head down, and they said that torture video showing Guzman for less being attacked with a machete and knives. By a group of men inside of Bronx Bodega last June. Police say he was killed. Killed when he was mistaken for a rival gang member. Here's over what could be escalated trade five between the US and China appear to be behind today's downturn. On Wall Street. Correspondent Alison Kasich says the Dow was down by more than six hundred points at midday big worry here among investors because they've spent months buying into stops. We've seen the S and P five hundred and the NASDAQ reach fresh record highs just recently until.
"columbine high school" Discussed on KTOK
"Twenty years ago this Saturday a guy named Evan Todd was a student at Columbine high school. He was the first shot in the library. He. Lead had been insured encouraged shotgun wounds in the face the neck and in the back. He was able to remain clear enough to convince them not to finish him off. He's on the phone with us today. Evan welcome. Great to talk to you. First of all how was this weekend for you? This weekend was. Because I saw classmates school and. And it was it was encouraging to see how far people have common in the past and recovery. Yeah. So tell me about that day. I about those guys coming in. I prefer not to use their names and give them anymore glory. But those guys coming in and and and and shooting you, and you're the first what what happened. Shooting started outside, and it was confusing it first, but as the shots got closer. We knew what was going on. And. Desk or hiding behind bookshelves. Had signed a pillar trying to decide whether I was going to hide run. And I kept looking around the pillar. And that's one of the the murderer saw me any lower shotgun fired hit on. And then I. Win over my head. And that's when shrapnel blown back in my face. And in you, talk to them you spoke to them. After they come into the library. And basically everything that had happened in the library happened came back around to where I was at. One of them down and put a gun to my head and he asked why should him too? And I told him look I been good to you. And everyone in this school. Something happened in that moment. Facial expressions. Lowered is done. He started to stand up the other one. You can tell them if you want. Back and forth and talk for a minute. And then decided to let me go the library that time. I mean, there's so much to take part in unpack there. But it was your character that saved your life. You had been kind to them. I know. Recognize face of player the rebel news network. Which is our. Inside the school. And so I had the feeling just from reports and something something about that moment instruct record and ended up letting go so I believe that they they did know who I was never done anything to them. And that was that was too as well. So how badly injured were you. Local your close to the school. I was out by the end of the day. And I was backpacking three months later and playing football the following fall. Very fortunate and blessed, but you didn't stay in the library. You you've had your chance to live and either stay there and remain safe. But you didn't you actually went and saved the lives of others. The library. There was an exit to the outside where bunch of students ran out. And and when we got outside their even more students police cars and little outbuildings. And people who were bleeding out, and I had been trained in first aid through the boy scouts, and you know, some of the simple things of getting people into the Sonnen keeping more collecting wounds. Most definitely helped keep keep students alive. And you know, everyone that made it to Dr. Survived that day. And that's just a testament to our medical system to help. They lived. How did you know to put them in the sun and do those things? Definitely from the the first day training, keep keep someone warm conscious. We are talking to him. Where did you get the train them? Through the boy scouts. Yeah. Mayor badge. You were actually awarded the national honor medal. Were you not? Yeah. I was. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The only one there. Four other scouts at Columbine that day that received awards that for helping other students, and I ate and one of the. Sanders. Allies and well for hours after his injury. Award. Well, so Evan. I obviously a lot older than you are. And I remember that day. And I remember thinking. What the hell is happening to our country. I had never seen anything like this. Those look like the good old days now with everything that we we see in the news. I just read with the Huffington Post Satan is having a a a moment, and it was a story about how satanist aren't so bad. And I I'm like I'd everything is flipped upside down as you as you look at the world today, what's happening to us. And is there anything that you pull from Columbine that gives you extra insight? Yeah. I think some of the stuff that led up to comb Bine just two per, you know, the permissive sense that we had that. Okay. They're going through a phase, you know, these two they worshipped Hitler, and death and destruction. And and that was okay. Did you know that before did you know that before they came in with guns? No. You know, they their way that they dressed in some of the patches and things. Had different views on two different things. But you know, I didn't know anything really about them before everything happened everything I've learned about them has been their writings, and and things they made the hor-. Yeah. Can you haven't Todd? He's in after Columbine is the show done by pure flix. Tv you can see it. At after Columbine dot TV for free your survivor evident. I I have to say when I was seeing that the twentieth anniversary was coming up with Columbine. And I saw that Feleknas Saturday. I just said thank God. Like, I God only knows what would have happened if that was during a school day somewhere in this country. And I'm wondering are you surprised by the sort of dark interest that still seems to to find so many people so many lost souls that are looking for some meaning in replicating this event? Yeah. A a of that there are a lot of people who are searching for or finding the wrong places, and it's misplaced. And I think that is. Hellier? Not feeling that that board. But I think it's also the fact that people are looking for infamy, and they're looking for a way to I think it's because we haven't found ways to actually stop these from happening. It gives people encouragement that they may be the next big thing. And and I think if we can solve that problem with these will start to diminish and go away because there is no difference between fame and infamy anymore famous. Fainter doesn't matter what you did to become famous. That's true. And it had. You mentioned making sure these things don't happen. Again. Certainly there's a big portion of this country that would bring up the idea that we have not done enough to stop guns and the way the people can get their hands on them. What are your feelings about those arguments? I mean is that something you think about? Yeah. You. I mean back we call them unhappy say Max's to more to murder me classmates. So. In the heart of protecting our schools is something I have come a long way. There are some school districts out there who are protecting school. And I stand behind you know, when this happened we need somebody on campus that can physically stopped at from from going on and saving lives. And so I work with teachers. To get them trained that they Terry concealed on on school campus. There's a three part series again made by pure flix, and you can find it. At after Columbine dot TV part one of the series focuses on faith partout focuses on forgiveness and part three focuses on hope if we as a nation just did those three things focus on faith, forgiveness and hope we'd be a different country, and we'd be much much happier. Evan. Thank you so much. God bless. Thank you..
"columbine high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We're heading to one of the biggest science experiments ever created the large Hadron collider at Sern where physicists smash tiny particles together. Nearly the speed of light to find out what our universe is made of will they ever succeed. And is there a limit? What they can discover find out by tuning into crowd science on the BBC wealth of coming up next. BBC news with Jonathan is on a wave of bomb attacks on churches, and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka has killed more than one hundred and thirty people Christian worshippers, at least three churches were targeted as they celebrated Easter pictures from sense of Aston church in Gumbo show, a scene of devastation with shouted roof and blood on the pews at least fifty people sent to have died there. This prime minister Ronald Wickremesinghe has condemned. The blasts as cowardly attacks and urged people remain United and strong Ukrainians voting in the presidential election that could see a comedian and TV star become then you leader. Volodymir Zilenski is challenging the current president, petro Porsche Anco who's been in power since two thousand fourteen the leaders of pro-democracy protests in Saddam have held face-to-face talks with the military authorities. They say they've agreed to continue in. So that transfer of power can take place in a peaceful way survivors of one of the United States worst school shootings of. Spoken at remembrance ceremony. Denver to Mark the twentieth. Anniversary of the attack thirteen people died in the killings at Columbine high school. Eastern provinces in Canada are on high alert for flooding has a number of rivers threatened the bus their banks. Heavy rain and rapidly melting snow have combined to swell waterways to dangerous levels. The main Easter Sunday celebration in Paris is being held at the church sent a stash following Monday's devastating fire at Notre Dame cathedral. Santa stashes large sixteenth century church in central Paris where Louis the fourteenth at his first communion people north Macedonia voting in presidential election. It's the first pole in the country since it changed its name ending a long-running dispute with neighboring Greece. The issue has dominated the presidential campaign. A survey of stolen passwords is found that millions of people are ignorant about online security using easy to hack combinations across multiple accounts. The data found that the most widely used password was one two three four five six BBC news. One thing. It's no small. Yeah. Hello and welcome to crowd science from the BBC World Service. I'm an-and gigantea. And on this week's program. We are going big and very very small knots because we've come to one of the largest science experiments on earth, the large Hadron collider at Sern, which is the European organization for nuclear research. All European Paula research nuclear if you'll excuse my French here in an enormous kilo concrete tunnel under the border between front and Switzerland. Thousands of scientists engineers and technicians are smashing tiny politics together. Close to.
"columbine high school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Tomorrow marks twenty years since two gunmen at Columbine high school in Colorado killed thirteen people. The incident is still relevant today. This week. The FBI says the woman fascinated with Columbine made credible threats traveled to the area in bought a gun from member station. K U N C leap had Lee. Patterson reports that for the last two decades schools have taken steps to better, protect and care for their students. Evan Todd has clear memories of April. Twentieth. Nineteen ninety nine he was a sophomore at Columbine high school goofing off in the library with his friends throwing wads of paper. And then just in an instant. There was an explosion smoke, and then pops of gunfire as the two murders got closer. We heard the sounds of the gunshots echoing through the hallways. The killers came into the library and started shooting his classmates execution style. Todd remembers thinking someone with a gun has got to come in here. Stop these guys weren't going to get out of here. And nothing that day naturally has really informed Todd's thinking about safety and guns. He now believes that teachers should be allowed to carry guns in the end when evil comes there's only one way to stop it. And a firearm would have saved lives at Columbine. Teachers and staff in school districts in thirty one states can now legally carry weapons in schools, according to a review of state laws and local news coverage. There's no federal policies mandating or prohibiting teachers from carrying guns. But there is debate over whether or not federal funds can be used to buy guns for schools school shootings are rare. So there's not much data to suggest whether or not our teachers would make students safer. Ken Trump is the president of a consulting company called national school, safety and security services. No relation to the president. He thinks it's all a bad idea. Too much can go wrong. Instead, many of the things that we learned after Columbine are so practical and still very relevant today things like reasonable physical security measures..
"columbine high school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Your chance to win a grand on KFI. I don't wanna give you. One of the. All right. Trying to get this thing under control here. We spent just the first half hour of the show. They're listening to the sentencing hearing for David Lewis Turpin twenty five years to life just about what we expected, but we're quite sure if we're going to hear from the kids, and in fact, we did. So Chris ancarlo is gonna join us at the top of the hour. We'll talk more about that. With him got word. We now know the worst worst kept secret of all is that Joe Biden is going to run for president. He is expected to make his official announcement Wednesday. Well, as it was around this time twenty years ago tomorrow that Dylan Klebold, and Eric Harris had already killed twelve students and a teacher and wounded more than twenty other people on that Columbine high school campus in Littleton, Colorado. It was nine eleven nineteen AM when the two of them dressed in trenchcoats began shooting fellow students outside the high school. They then moved inside the school where they shot and killed many of their victims in the library. And shortly afternoon, they turned the guns on themselves. One of the one of the weird things about this being the twentieth. Anniversary earlier this week. Of course, the woman who was infatuated with Columbine killing eventually. Went to Colorado from Florida and shot herself. She had been she had prompted a series of school closures and lockdowns earlier this week, and it brought to mind a couple of things number one. She was eighteen years old. And was not even alive. When the Columbine high school massacre happened in nineteen ninety nine. And it raised questions to me was talking with someone about it this morning..
"columbine high school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Trying to get this thing under control here. We spent just the first half hour of the show. They're listening to the sentencing hearing for David Luiz Turpin twenty five years to life just about what we expected, but quite sure if we're going to hear from the kids, and in fact, we did. So Chris ancarlo is gonna join us at the top of the hour. We'll talk more about that. With him got word. We now know the worst worst kept secret of all is that Joe Biden is going to run for president. He is expected to make his official announcement Wednesday. Well, it was around this time twenty years ago tomorrow that Dylan Klebold, and Eric Harris had already killed twelve students and a teacher and wounded more than twenty other people on that Columbine high school campus in Littleton, Colorado. It was nine eleven nineteen AM when the two of them dressed in trenchcoats began shooting fellow students outside the high school, then moved inside the school where they shot and killed many of their victims in the library. And shortly afternoon, they turned the guns on themselves. One of the one of the weird things about this being the twentieth. Anniversary earlier this week. Of course, the woman who was infatuated with Columbine killing eventually. Went to Colorado from Florida and shot herself. She had been she had prompted a series of school closures and lockdowns earlier this week, and it brought to mind a couple of things number one. She was eighteen years old. And was not even alive. When the Columbine high school massacre happened in nineteen ninety nine. And it raised questions to me was talking with someone about it this morning. I wonder what sort of a consciousness my own children have about the Columbine high about Columbine period. We all remember it because we were alive. We remember the images of seeing a high school being evacuated and kids running away from the school and police at the time not quite sure how to handle the situation the training at the time was to stay outside until they knew what the situation was as opposed to what it is. Now, go in and neutralize the threat would whatever it takes. Don't wait for backup their lives at stake. And I don't know what the I don't know what kids in high school today know about Columbine high school. They know the story that was released sort of the first high profiles school shooting that we all can think of. I mean there had been others before it, obviously. But none to that degree in unto the none that had happened in a situation where we were technically watching it live first year of college in the dorms where nobody had a television. So there's like that one group television in chasta hall downstairs, and but none of us. So, you know, as everyone I'm sure was watching the thing on twenty four hour news, one of the one of the first stories where you were going to watch it round the clock 'cause you wanna more and more information. I don't remember being obsessed with it and glued to my television. The way I was later on when you know, we had television. Yeah. It was a for me. It was a weird story because I had just begun working in Seattle a few months before that. And the there was another reporter who had been there longer than I was he had recently covered a school shooting in Oregon. And they sent him back to that town to sort of get reaction. Hey, this happened to your school a few months ago, and I got sent to Colorado. So I was on a plane before any of the coverage even ended before we knew anything about a death toll. I was on a plane to Colorado. And I landed in Denver, I dunno midnight, one o'clock something like that and ended up in the parking lot, which is adjacent to Columbine high school where all of this happened. And then. Look at my what? My phone screen. Okay. I'll look second. So I was in Columbine high school or the park next the Columbine high school. Within several hours of the shooting cetera. There's a Turpin presser..
"columbine high school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Where the twentieth anniversary of the Columbine high school massacre just a few days away that school and hundreds of other Denver schools were closed today due to credible threats by an eighteen year old woman today law enforcement officials say the woman was found dead from an apparent suicide in a moment. Lisa deja, Dan, will speak with two people whose lives were profoundly altered by the tragedy. But first we hear from some survivors directly in the upcoming. Rocky Mountain PBS documentary, ripples of Columbine. It is clear that many are still struggling with physical and emotional scars. I was a senior when Columbine happened. I saw one of my friends die and everyone else shot around me. My name is Heather Martin. And I was a senior in nineteen ninety nine. I was barricaded in the choir office. They were sixty of us in there for about three hours. Former principal at Columbine high school by name is Mikhail. Hall. I was in the Columbine high school library. When it was. Shot five times Columbine high school. Somewhere around thirty five surgeries. I think that I, you know, near two years feels like every other month having something done just got to the point in two thousand one where I found out and was trying to pay my bills on my own. And it was just too much at that time. Mentally and physically to just keep doing surgery. So I stopped. I don't remember freshman. I don't remember my sophomore year. I don't remember junior. I don't remember graduating barely. I remember. I mean, there definitely is survivor guilt, which I felt I still feel it's helpful. It's real why didn't I put myself in front of the gun? Instead. Why didn't I roll my body? Overlord widen Gina out with me. It's it was more of like punishments essentially because I wasn't injured..
"columbine high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Crime punishment. Judges legals. Have you been following this bizarre story at Columbine high school? Now, it's almost twenty years after the awful massacre that took place at Columbine high school, and Colorado, we all remember those awful images. It's been that long. Almost twenty years, the F B, I was looking for someone who made new threats against Columbine high school police say that an eighteen year old was infatuated with the April nineteen ninety nine shooting that they attempted to buy some firearms and phoned in a threat against Columbine high school yesterday, well, the F B I deemed that threat to be credible. So the Colorado department of education called for a lockdown, and they had a controlled student release it all the Denver schools. The FBI the sheriff's office launched this massive man-hut for this eighteen year old woman. Soul pace was her name. Well, the update is from CBS and FOX affiliates in Denver. This eighteen year old soul pay us. The woman obsessed with the Columbine high school shooting has been found dead and threat is now over self inflicted gunshot. Wound is different outlets saying that she was only eighteen years old. The first reaction I had to this. When I found out some of the sadness. I mean Columbine high. She wasn't even alive when Columbine happened and the reverberations the after-effects of what happened at Columbine. Obviously. Are you're still filling affects those to this day. Somebody had nothing to do with it affected. This woman in such a way that she became obsessed with it mentally ill with it. And then eventually went to Denver, and in died alone killing herself, how sad is that? That's the first thing. I don't anything about a background story is I don't know where parents are. But the fact that she killed herself alone. Thinking about Columbine is incredibly sad to me. And you brought up a great point. She was born after it already happened. Meaning she had to do the research study up on it. And I'm telling you, there's a lot of people who are fascinated with these types of deaths and massacres and scenes of that magnitude, I go to Vegas all the time. People are fascinated with the Mandalay bay that floor with a crazy dude hung out and shot people country to blocked off. Yes, they've taken away that floor. You can't stay on that floor at Mandalay bay. And they've changed the numbers on the elevator system. And I remember going down to the Super Bowl the culture in. This was the second one down on two thousand nine in Miami. I went to the hard rock casino. And this was the harbor in Florida where Anna Nicole Smith had died in people request to stay in the death room of Anna, Nicole Smith. I mean, it's like a tourist destination people when they go sometimes, the California, they wanna see, you know, the Brentwood area where OJ lived that people are fascinated with criminals, they're fascinated with death. It's a bizarre thing. And there's more than just a handful of people. There's a lot of people some people when they go on road trips the places they'll find a cemetery where a famous murderer or somebody like that has been buried, and they'll go there and check out the gravesite. It's really bizarre. All right. Coming up next. The NFL schedule comes out tonight..
"columbine high school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Line where she would write about suicide and guns and alluded to the plans. She was making parent journal that was signed with her full name of sold pies described feelings she said she felt miserable. She felt out of place. She had thoughts of suicide. She had a desire to procure weapons. These journal entries dated June twenty eighteen through March thirtieth of this year. One of them said I wish I could get a gun by the end of summer. What we know is that she traveled from Miami to Denver on Monday night was able to buy a shotgun and shotgun shells, and because of her travels, and because of the fact that she had gone close to Columbine high school in her infatuation with that massacre from almost twenty years ago. They put schools there. They closed the schools today yesterday for several hours. Many of them were on lock outs. Not exactly a lockdown. But that they had cancelled after school activities they found her today. She was dead. They. An apparently had killed herself. So we'll talk with Alex stone coming up at the top of the hour. Top of next hour about the latest in that investigation. It looks like the Notre Dom plan is to have it open for when the Olympics had to Paris in twenty twenty four and billionaires are leading the way they say that a billion has been pledged for the renovation and a question now is will they make it as it was. Or will they there'd be changes to the Notre Dom? I think that'd would be a great time line. Great benchmark for them to have that thing opened by the time. The Olympic star doctors in several states five states were charged today with participating.
"columbine high school" Discussed on KCRW
"The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Attorney general Bill Barr says his department will deny bond hearings for migrants seeking US asylum who say they were afraid to return home as NPR's Richard Gonzales reports, it's the latest move by the Trump administration to discourage asylum seekers the eleven page ruling affects migrants what's called expedited removal, expedited removal who cross the border illegally. And then claimed asylum bar said that such migrants are no longer eligible for release on Bonn, that means it could be detained throughout the court case, which could last months even years it does not affect many asylum-seeking families with children under eighteen because federal judge has ruled that minors may be held no longer than twenty days. Bars ruling set to go into effect in ninety days to give the government time to find space in already overcrowded facilities. The ruling will likely face a legal challenge in federal court. Richard Gonzales, NPR, news, more than a dozen school. Districts in the Denver area are closed today. The F B I is searching for a woman who flew to the area and is suspected of making credible threats against schools. This comes just a few days before the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school massacre all Denver areas. Schools have been urged to tighten security. Pope Francis says he was deeply pained by the fire that devastated Notre Dame cathedral in Paris this week NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports the pope spoke during his weekly general audience addressing tens of thousands of people in Saint Peter's Square. Pope francis. At the entire Catholic church is grateful to those who risked their lives to save it, and he reached out to the people of France to express his affection and closeness following the partial destruction of the gothic architecture gem. The pope said he hopes the restoration effort can be a harmonious work of praise and glory to God funds are pouring in from all over the world to restore the grandiose. Hallmark of French his. History. The Vatican is also offering its technical expertise to help rebuild the cathedral. People jolie. NPR news Rome early results from Indonesia's national election show that president Joko Widodo has won a second five-year term. The BBC's Swami has more from Jakarta with some seventy percent of them the results coming in it. Point to a significant.
"columbine high school" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Columbine high school and other schools in the area, they say so pice traveled to Colorado last night and made the threats but did not give any details female eighteen years old. She's five foot five and has Brown hair. She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt and camouflage pants and black boots. And she was last seen in the area of the foothills of Jefferson County. Jefferson County sheriff's spokesman my Tamplin the schools were placed on lock out earlier today the lockouts coming just days before the twentieth anniversary of the shooting at Columbine high school, the Trump administration looking at a new model for dealing with migrant families crossing the border homeland security department wants to sit up three to four regional processing centres along the southwest border where migrant families would be house while they await asylum hearings former DA administrator Karen Tandy citizens departments advisory panel. It would be a full because and provide them with Satan, sanitary, shelter, medical screening hair. The floor as agreement prohibits his attention of families for more than twenty days. Homeland security is calling on congress to amend the agreement. Sox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington. The president has vetoed the resolution that would have ended US support in the Saudi led war in Yemen. Making a promise to the people French president. Annual micro and addressing his nation. One day after the fire Notre Dame cathedral. Mccrone speaking through a translator, we will build the thrill of of them even more beautiful. And I want for this to be done within the next five years. The church's spire was burned by the medieval tower, survive religious, relics were recovered authorities right now are saying the fire was an accident possibly due to restoration work is being done. This.
"columbine high school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And then once again, it's just another great reason and the strike special education children are particularly vulnerable and these moments, and if they don't have the people who have the specialized skills, particularly highly impacted special Ed students. You know, this could be a real setback to them. And we haven't even talked about if you're come from a family that doesn't have two parents in the household more support structure around you. I can't imagine what those families are trying to figure out right now in Denver. It's either do I lose my job by not going to work or do. I make sure my kids taken care of. And this is untenable that we put people in that position. Yeah. I know one in four students didn't show up yesterday. And so, you know, and and kids kids don't always have the best risk assessment skills. And I know that as a teenager. I was better off in school than off on my own. I think that probably rings true for me to teachers, and again, I can't underscore thousands of shit out kids out of school like this. There are those magical learning moments that not to be too sappy. But really do matter in your life. We all had them some kids are gonna lose out on that. And that's a really sad. Sad story. It is a sad story. And I had some teachers particularly Columbine high school that were amazing. And I'm glad that I had had a chance to be with them every day that they that we were scheduled to be there in school and didn't have to miss out because then Jeffco public schools did not did not strike during during my tenure a long ago as it was in in in K twelve education will look thanks so much for coming on today. We'll have you back on as progresses and see how this how this lawsuit fares. Great happy to chat anytime. Thanks for having me on Chris. You bet have a great day you too. That's Luke Ragland who bizarrely. Ran into today. So I I I'm involved in this this this this book reading club where we read interesting books. We read a book on economics called. Bourgeois dignity. I think is the name of it. It's all about the red revolution. And and is a big thick interesting books. So we spent a couple of times a couple of hours talking about it. But before I went into that book club guess who I ran into and that was Luke Ragland. So when I saw on Twitter that he was launching a lawsuit to to keep the district in conformance with the voter approved law. I thought hey, let's try to get him on and Ryan the best producer ever made that happen. So glad to have glad to have Lucon. We're gonna we're gonna stay on top of this subject. And of course, if you've got a a thought on this, and I had to cut off some callers earlier in the show but coming up after this break if you've got a thought three oh three five one three zero three seven one three eight two five five. I have no idea where I was going with that three three a Niner in there were you using your walkie-talkie. I I don't know. I don't know what I was doing there. I think I I. Yeah. Anyway, three zero three seven one. Three eight two five five is the number would love to have your thoughts. And of course, we'll stay on top of this and all of the interesting little offshoots of this this strike. I I do hope for the for the sake of kids that these strike ends soon. I know it's enormously stressful for the kids for some teachers and administrators and obviously for parents as well. And it I think, you know, speaking of curmudgeon the conversion that I am I you know, I would love to see all public schools charter schools where they were accountable to aboard. And we wouldn't have to go through this kind of stuff, but.
"columbine high school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Own fault? In any way as far as standing there. I had every right to do. So. I don't I my position and said I was not disrespectful to Mr. Phillips. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him. I mean in hindsight, I wish we could've walked away and avoided the whole thing. But I can't say that I'm sorry for listening to him and standing there. Well, said young man. Well, said I hate to think of a kid sixteen year thrust into the limelight like this and think back on my own sixteen year old self what if I have been. I've been pro life my entire life. So I probably would if I had had the chance to go to a pro-life March. I would have I was pro life. Even when I was a liberal Democrat. I think it was just sort of born with a love of children in a love of life. So I I could have been there. I could have been a sixteen year old if I didn't live here in Colorado. If you go to Columbine high school had a gun to a Kentucky private school that was within driving driving distance of Washington DC. I could imagine my sixteen year old self there. Although instead of a make America great again had I probably would have been smoking cigarettes. I was smoking cigarettes back then. One of those high schoolers even though I was in the AP classes, I was out there smoking in the parking lot. So anyway, that would have been a a small difference between my sixteen year old self and myself now and myself and next salmon who does not smoke, but what would I have done if if somebody was screaming racist threats at me, and and a native American man beat a drum in my face. I probably would have done the same thing just quietly sort of nervously stared and smiled because what else he's supposed to do. Now as an adult that would have been like get the drum out of my face, and you people over there screaming racist things. You know, this is this is harassment. And I'm calling the cops. That's the adult me the sixteen year old though, probably would have done exactly what Nick Sandman had done here. He is again with savannah Guthrie talking about the the guilty hats. You think if he weren't wearing that hat. This might not have happened or it might have been different possible. But I would have.
"columbine high school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That pursue really shattered her world and her whole life, and what happened is still with her. All the time. I'll hear a name that might be a family name of one of the victims. Are I see an individual going down the street in a wheelchair? And they're about the age that they would have been if they'd been injured, and I get a visceral reaction. What's he was talking about was a national tragedy? And if you're too young to remember hearing about it on the news, you've definitely heard about it since here sue on the Ted stage. The last time I heard my son's voice with when he walked out the front door on his way to school. He called out one word in the darkness. It was April twentieth. Nineteen ninety nine later that morning at Columbine high school. My son Dylan and his friend Eric killed twelve students and a teacher and wounded more than twenty others before taking their own life. Thirteen innocent people were killed. Others sustained injuries, some resulting in disfigurement and permanent. Disability. There's no way you assess the magnitude of the tragedy like Columbine, especially when it can be a blueprint for other shooters who go on to commit atrocities of their own Columbine was a tidal wave and when the crash ended it would take years for the community and for society to comprehend its impact. Today on here to share the experience of what it's like to be the mother of someone who kills it hurts..
Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say
"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i i don't think we ought to get to bent out of shape over kids who want their voice to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter is high school and they walk out of class and they march around with a sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're gonna get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're gonna get penalized with with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is a voice of protest not to face any accountability a little bit like this professors a big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is.
Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say
"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i think we ought to get too bent out of shape over kids who want their voices to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter's high school and they walk out of class and they march around with the sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're going to get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're going to get penalized with a with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is avoid of protests not to face any accountability it's a little bit like this professors who big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is at fresno state and she's such a vicious vile person that she she tweets out to her followers the witch is dead and i'm glad that george w bush's sad that his mother died and all these terrible ugly things which incidentally is a symptom of social media is there are plenty of people who just want to say the most shocking awful provocative things to get noticed to get attention well okay you're a tenured professor at fresno state free speech doesn't mean you don't have to face any consequences for hate vile nasty content especially if you're a representative of a.
Ocala, Florida school shooting suspect ID'd as Sky Bouche
"By the ad council nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shootings tragedy averted at a high school in ocala florida the nineteen year old entered the school with a sawed off shotgun he fired one round slightly injuring another student but was quickly arrested by school resource officer marion county sheriff billy woods credits preparation and training we we already had stuff in place that's why it worked today it's already there i don't have to prepare for anything come monday it'll be the same thing sheriff's office says the shooter told them he felt ignored and picked a school as his target because he thought it would get more media attention he faces a host of charges more legal troubles for an embattled governor governor eric writings have missouri's already in trouble for allegedly taking an inappropriate photo of the woman with whom he had an affair without her consent now saint louis prosecutors have hit him with a new felony charge accusing greitens of tampering with computer data he allegedly got the donor list from a charity he founded called the mission continues and use that list to raise funds for his campaign associated processes campaign raised over two million dollars using that list grains originally deny getting it but did agree last year to pay a one hundred dollar fine for failing to report that his campaign had gotten the donor list joel nato fox news files of mortars filed past the casket of former first lady barbara bush as she lay in repose at a houston churchill friday her widower former president george herbert walker bush graded value of the mortars mrs bush's funeral will be held saturday she'll there'd be buried at her husband's presidential library in texas palestinian say they'll be asking a un human rights council to establish a commission to carry out an independent investigation of the israeli military's killing and wounding of palestinian during propalestinians during protests in gaza those protests continued on friday i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
CDC issues strong new warning against eating romaine lettuce
"The federal aviation administration says airlines have twenty days to thoroughly inspect fan blades on all engines like the one on the southwest airlines jet that exploded tuesday one person was killed the faa says it's emergency order affects more than three hundred fifty engines in the us alone the state department's annual human rights report is out today and it includes some new language the section once called reproductive rights for women has been scrapped along with data on contraception access and maternal mortality it's been replaced by the title coercion in population control documenting involuntary abortion and sterilization this is npr from k q e d news i'm tara siler student activists from around the bay bay area where some of those who walked out of class today to call for gun control here on the nineteenth anniversary of the columbine school shooting k cuties vanessa unkind kanye has more from students at incidental junior and high school in alameda after a rally in front of the school the students marched to a local winery were alameda mayor and city council members read a lunch meeting after some negotiating the city leaders came out to hear from students sixteen year old honesty smith told them her cousin was shot and killed i don't want any more prayers i want i want us to be heard i wanna know then when i grow my kids have a future where they are safe the mayor took sell fees with students in city leaders like maryland as he ashcroft and jim odi gave them business cards you made me cry so i'm sorry the students then headed back to class i'm vanessa don gonyea acuity news public health officials have expanded their warning about e coli infected lettuce as cake ud's daniel vinton reports the warning comes amidst a growing number of cases and hospitalizations the cdc had already warned consumers to avoid chopped romaine from the yuma arizona growing region today the agency expanded the warning to include any type of store bought romain lettuce that could be from the region if you don't know where it's from the cdc says throw it out so far there are thirty one hospitalizations and fifty three cases around the country due to this.
LAPD officer charged with murder in DUI crash that killed family
"Kabc news live and local at three thirty i'm jeff whittle and north korea just announced that it is suspending its nuclear and missile tests and will shut down its nuclear test site ahead of kim jong un summit with president trump in the coming weeks own says they no longer need any nuclear tests or mid range and intercontinental ballistic rocket tests over one hundred east l a students walked out of class today on the anniversary of the columbine school shooting to call for gun reform the students from several high schools want their voices heard and not only on the street but also the voting booth over your seventeen year old katie santos torrance high school is encouraging others to preregister to vote we want to make sure that these guns are off the streets no civilian needs military grade automatic or semi automatic rifles it's just not right she says they also don't want teachers to be armed barada or more counselors and mental health treatments in east la james rowe haas kabc news los angeles police officer was arrested this morning in connection with a dui crash on the six zero five freeway in whittier last december which killed lash september actually which killed three people twenty six year old edgar produce go charged with three counts of murder three counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and drunk driving causing injury he was off duty at the time and he has been relieved of his duties as an lapd officer democratic party suing the trump campaign russian week wikileaks claiming they conspired to help donald trump win twenty sixteen presidential election correspondent jeff zeleny reports the dnc lawsuit alleges the trump campaign was a racket tearing enterprise going after them through an old rico statute that of course was used through organized crime cases now it's an open question if a judge will allow this to proceed and republican party officials call the dnc lawsuit amid year election year amid term election year.
Austin bomb suspect called self a 'psychopath,' congressman says
"From washington to los angeles there were large demonstrations for safer schools that in the aftermath of the deadly parkland florida shooting rampage and other mass shoot school shootings singer bay took part in the one in washington yeah let's see there have also been demonstrations on the west coast seattle in colorado where the columbine school shooting occurred two decades ago wcbs television reporter geno the angeles was at the march for our lives rally in new york city signs the number of people marching for their lives to actually show that we're taking action and we want change a sign change could be on the horizon eighteenth birthday and i will be voting activists making sure their voices are heard as they flood the streets of manhattan why are you marching on for the kids that died and all the school shootings and honoring them crowds convince this is just the beginning of a long march to change more information now coming out from the cell phone audio recording left by twentythreeyearold mark condit was the suspected serial bomber in austin texas some of the details coming from congressman michael mccall he did refer to himself as a psychopath he did not show any remorse in fact questioning his himself as to why he didn't feel remorse for what he did what police say he did was to plant bombs in different parts of austin killing two people seriously injuring four others auto mexico for the latest on the unexplained death of an american family that was vacationing there an iowa couple and their two children died at a rented condo in mexico's caribbean coast cbs news reporter adrienne bard has more from mexico city topsy showed the shark family died from inhaling gas we don't know yet if someone left the gas on or if there was a leak in the gas line at the penthouse condo they were renting mexican authorities said the findings ruled out both suicide and murder they said there was no blood no evidence of violence and that everything in the room was intact for studies also showed the family of four were probably dead for between thirty six and forty eight hours before they were found in sports as the.