Arapahoe High School Shooting
Friends and family gathered Saturday night to remember Claire Davis, the teenager who was shot and killed by a fellow classmate at Arapahoe High School one year ago.
The father of a student who killed a classmate at a suburban Denver high school before committing suicide posted a newspaper obituary for his son on the anniversary of the shooting, saying he forgives his son.
It’s the scanner traffic no one ever wants to hear: an active shooter is in a school, followed by “This is not a drill.”
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson is retiring after 42 years in law enforcement and 12 years as sheriff.
Five of the state’s largest school districts have investigated more than 400 threats by students this school year and put 40 of them at the highest levels of concern, according to records obtained by The Denver Post.
An Arapahoe High School security guard that was put on leave after the shooting says that there were warning signs he claims the school ignored.
Claire Davis, the victim in the Arapahoe High School shooting, will be remembered at the National Western Stock Show on Friday.
Arapahoe High School students in Colorado returned to class Tuesday for the first time since a fatal Dec. 13 shooting on campus, greeted by increased security and signs on each of their lockers telling them they are loved and valued.
As the 2,100 students at Arapahoe High School return to school on Tuesday they will not see a familiar adult face in their hallways as one of their security guards they counted on prior to the shooting will not return.
A large memorial for Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis was held at the National Western Events Complex on Wednesday.