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Stephen Barton (credit: CBS)

Theater Shooting Victim Begins The Rest Of His Cycling Tour

A man who was injured in the Aurora theater shooting last summer hopes to complete his cross-country bicycle trek to raise money for other victims.


Stephen Barton (credit: CBS)

Aurora Shooting Survivor Joins National Gun Control Group

One of Colorado’s most disturbing and harrowing times — the shooting in Aurora at the Century 16 movie theater — marks one year Saturday.


Aurora shooting survivor Stephen Barton shows his scars to the media after a meeting with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg at City Hall on Oct. 3, 2012 in New York City. Barton, who was shot in the face and neck during the shooting last July that killed a dozen people and wounded 60 in Aurora, now appears in a national "Demand a Plan" ad campaign urging politicians to make gun control a major priority. The ad is sponsored by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, which Bloomberg co-founded.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Aurora Shooting Survivors To Testify In Connecticut

Two survivors of the Aurora theater shooting are expected to testify before a subcommittee of a Connecticut legislative task force looking into gun violence prevention and school safety in response to the deadly Newtown school shooting.


Stephen Barton was among those who were shot and survived. (credit: CBS)

Aurora Theater Victim Appears In Anti-Gun Political Ad

A man wounded in the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater is appearing in a nationwide television spot aimed at drawing attention to gun violence as part of the upcoming presidential debates.


Joshua Nowlan (credit: CBS)

Wounded Theater Shooting Survivors Share Amazing Stories

In Aurora’s hospital rooms it quickly becomes clear how many more could have been killed in the tragic movie theater shootings early Friday morning.


Stephen Barton was among those who were shot and survived. (credit: CBS)

Man Riding Across Country Got Shot At Aurora Movie, Survived

A Connecticut man was among the 58 people who were hurt in the mass shooting at the midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora.


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