Newtown School Shooting
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- Connecticut police release Newtown massacre documents
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On December 14, 2012, a gunman opened fire on Sandy Hook Elementary School, leaving 26 dead, including 20 young children. Reuters photographers share their experience covering the story that devastated Newtown, Connecticut and the rest of the country. Video
Audio: 911 recordings from Sandy Hook shooting
Of course, most everyone knows that now. But on that day, even President Obama got it wrong, initially calling us "Newton." We'd been used to that. So easy to overlook that second W.
DANBURY, Connecticut - A teacher calmly explains she has been shot in the foot. Another woman, sounding anguished, pleads for help. A custodian relays information from officers at the scene to a police operator. | Video
NEWTOWN, Conn./NEW YORK - When 6-year-old Ana Marquez-Greene was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre almost a year ago, her father, a professional jazz musician, stopped playing his saxophone.
MILFORD, Connecticut - The Newtown, Connecticut, high school football team knows that nothing can make up for the 26 people who were massacred last year at Sandy Hook Elementary School, but a year later they are trying to give people in town something to cheer for.
President Barack Obama attended a vigil honoring the victims of the violent school shooting in Connecticut. Video
A month after the massacre in Newtown, families launch Sandy Hook Promise in effort to curb gun violence. Video