Quadriplegic Theater Shooting Survivor Loves To Work HardIt has been more than four years since what happened in a fraction of a second’s time changed everything for Stefan Moton.
Theater Ends Request That Shooting Victims Pay Legal FeesCinemark has dropped its request that victims of a 2012 shooting at a Colorado movie theater pay nearly $700,000 in legal fees after they unsuccessfully sued the theater chain.
Document Reveals James Holmes Is In Solitary ConfinementA document reveals James Holmes is in solitary confinement in a maximum security prison in another state.
Funding For Aurora Shooting Victim Memorial Suddenly Reaches Its GoalThe fundraising goal for the Aurora theater shooting memorial has suddenly and unexpectedly been met after a church led an ambitious donation pledge.
Some Theater Shooting Victims Appeal Dismissal Of Cinemark SuitSome victims of a 2012 shooting at an Aurora movie theater are appealing a judge's decision to scrap their lawsuits against the theater chain.
4 Years Later, Fundraising For Aurora Memorial ContinuesFour years after 12 people were killed at an Aurora movie theater, the effort for a permanent memorial to the victims is more than halfway to its goal.
Beer Festival Honors Victim Of Aurora Theater ShootingThe fifth annual Night To Remember honors Alex Teves, a member of the brew club, who was 24 years old when he was killed along with 11 others in 2012.
Some Aurora Theater Shooting Victims Asked To Pay Court CostsSome victims of the Aurora theater shooting have been asked to pick up the tab for nearly $700,000 in court costs to Cinemark.
All Remaining Theater Shooting Civil Cases Against Cinemark DismissedA federal judge has dismissed all of the remaining civil cases by Aurora theater shooting victims against the movie theater owner Cinemark.
Committee Deadlocks On Vote Involving Holmes Prison SecrecyMembers of a state committee failed to agree Friday on whether Colorado's corrections agency violated victims' rights by refusing to reveal where the Aurora theater shooter is serving his life sentence.
When Mass Shooters Die, Some Feel Better Off With No TrialThrough his death in a gun battle with police, the Orlando nightclub gunman deprived his victims' families of the chance for a trial that could have helped to channel grief, offer a sense of justice or provide answers for the bloodshed.
With Loss To Cinemark, Theater Victims Have Few OptionsVictims' loss in a civil trial over whether a Colorado movie theater should have done more to prevent a mass shooting leaves them with dwindling options as they seek damages for their suffering.