Aurora Movie Shooting 1 Year Later
It is not a small club, the survivors of the shootings at Theater 9.
One of Colorado’s most disturbing and harrowing times — the shooting in Aurora at the Century 16 movie theater — marks one year Saturday.
One year following the theater shootings in Aurora, Colo. CBS News’ John Blackstone looks at how one young survivor is coping.
After we consider the stories of the heroes and how the community is moving forward, it would be wise to consider how the events of July 20, 2012, have changed Colorado politics more than any event in recent history, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
A gun-rights group denies it is being insensitive by scheduling a rally in the same park where another group plans to the read names of gun violence victims on the anniversary of the Aurora theater shootings.
Every one of the Aurora theater shooting victims that made it to the hospital survived. Fifty-eight patients were rushed to hospitals across the city and 23 of them went to University of Colorado Hospital. CBS4’s Kathy Walsh sat down with some of the doctors and nurses who saved so many lives.
There’s a chance for Coloradans to help honor the victims and survivors of the Aurora movie theater shootings. This Saturday marks one year since 12 people were killed and dozens more hurt.
The last time Colorado enacted gun control measures was in the wake of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, and once the laws were on the books there was little acrimony.
It was a year ago this week that the sickening sound of gunfire rang out at a midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colo.
In the end a total of 70 people were shot at the Aurora theater with many sustaining life changing injuries. One of them was Caleb Medley, the last victim to leave the hospital.