FBI Investigates If Sol Pais Acted Alone In Making School ThreatsThe 18-year-old Florida woman who flew from her home state to Colorado this week, bought a shotgun and made credible threats against schools took her own life. All schools closed Wednesday as a result of the threat will have class on Thursday.
Schools Announce Plans To Reopen Thursday After Threat Closes Hundreds In Metro AreaJeffCo Public Schools, Denver Public Schools and Douglas County Schools were among the first school districts in the Denver metro area to announce Wednesday they will reopen schools on Thursday.
Gun Store Owner Says He Legally Sold Shotgun To Sol PaisThe owner of Colorado Gun Broker said Sol Pais bought the gun from his store after passing a background check.
Who Was Sol Pais?Sol Pais, a South Florida woman who the FBI said made threats against schools in Colorado, is dead after a massive manhunt.
Sol Pais Dead: Massive Colorado Manhunt OverThe statewide search for school threat suspect Sol Pais is over. She is dead from possible self-inflicted wounds, according to law enforcement.
Sol Pais, Suspect In Massive Denver Search, Is Obsessed With Columbine ShootingThe female suspect who is on the run after after making threats that led to the closure of schools on Colorado's Front Range Wednesday allegedly has been obsessed with the Columbine shooting for years.
John Hickenlooper Visits With Columbine Survivors, FamiliesFormer Gov. John Hickenlooper met with Columbine survivors and family members on Tuesday.
'Massive Manhunt': FBI Searches For Suspect Sol Pais In Columbine, Jeffco Schools ThreatColumbine High School and several other schools in the Jeffco Public Schools district were placed on lockout Tuesday afternoon due to "a credible threat." The FBI is searching for the suspect, Sol Pais, considered armed and dangerous.
Columbine Attack Shapes Schools, Families 20 Years LaterTwenty years after teenage gunmen attacked Columbine High School, alumni of the school have become parents. The emotional toll has been amplified by fears about their own kids' safety.
Poll: Bullying, Not Schools, Blamed For ShootingsTwenty years after the Columbine High School shooting made practicing for armed intruders as routine as fire drills, many parents have only tepid confidence in the ability of schools to stop a gunman, according to a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
'My Last Shot' Campaign Hopes Photos May Curb Gun ViolenceAs the 20th anniversary of the Columbine shootings approaches on April 20, students have launched a new campaign to try to curb gun violence.