“The community wants the theater back and by God, it’s back,” said Tom Sullivan, whose son, Alex Sullivan, 27, was killed. “Nobody is going to stop us from living our lives the way that we lived our lives before. This is where I live.”
“Rot in Hell, Holmes,” yelled Steve Hernandez, whose daughter Rebecca Wingo was one of 12 killed July 20 inside the Century Aurora 16 theater, as Holmes was being led out of the courtroom
In a 61-page ruling handed down late Thursday, Chief District Judge William Sylvester said that over the course of a three-day preliminary hearing prosecutors showed ample evidence against Holmes
Monday’s seven-hour session ended with Aurora police Detective Todd Fredericksen testifying about some of the wounded he interviewed after the July 20 shooting
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, what were these people thinking? What movie does one show at a night-of-remembrance soiree where a dozen people are gunned down in cold blood and dozens more seriously injured?
Yousef Gharbi’s life changed in a few terrifying moments July 20.
It’s the best thing to do for one of the worst disasters in Colorado history.
“Why can’t they turn the light out, why do we have to see that light?” Deidra Brooks, whose son, Jarell, was shot inside the theater, said last month.
Rangeview High School students and others will take to the courts for 24 Hour of Tennis to raise money for victims of the July 20 theater shooting in Aurora. Boys and girls varsity tennis players and staff from the school will be manning the six courts at Rangeview non-stop from 4 p.m. Friday to 4 […]