"It's absolutely ridiculous," said the father of one of the victims, Gina Montalto.
Investigators said they found text messages on the girl's phone in which she said "this shooting will be her way to 'make my mark on society.'"
Erasing crimes in which the victims are Black is to condone these crimes and this violence.
SaferWatch works by connecting schools directly with a 911 communications center, where users can send messages and photos to a dispatcher.
The clip has been viewed over three million times after a student filmed police entering the classroom during a school shooting.
Timberview student Timothy George Simpkins allegedly opened fire in a Timberview classroom on Wednesday, resulting in four injuries.
Actor Fran Kranz's first attempt at writing and directing a feature film has resulted in the Awards contender "Mass." He tells Newsweek how he made the movie.
The unions called out Senators Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Joe Manchin to move quickly on national gun control measures.
Simpkins, 18, was taken into custody after a shooting at Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas.
"At the end of the day my lil cousin was bullied. I don't know to feel about this he not no bad kid," wrote the suspect's cousin in a Facebook post.
Police said there were "multiple victims" in the shooting at a high school in Arlington, Texas.
Former Newtown superintendent Dr. Joe Erardi told Newsweek he expected "this upcoming school year was going to be the most violent return that America has ever seen."
The video has racked up over 7 million views and showed the point of view of the students being walked through the corridors.
Nine months after Cruz allegedly killed 14 students and three staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, he was charged with attacking a jail guard.
Police have detained one suspect, a 25-year-old Black male who was a former student at the school.
Students have been sharing the random items they've been transporting their books in, after claiming backpacks were banned amid gun fears.
The students allegedly said that they wanted "everything to go down" like the 1999 Columbine massacre, in which 13 people were murdered and 21 injured.
The parents of the 15-year-old boy took their son to the city's juvenile services after receiving the anonymous phone call.
Oleg Syromyatnikov carried on teaching when a gunman went on a rampage at Russia's Perm State National Research University.
Six people died and 28 others were hurt during the shooting before police shot and detained the suspect, according to Russia's Investigative Committee.
"Had it not been for their speedy action and continued support, we might well have been working on an even more tragic event later this morning," police said.
Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno said the students, aged 13 and 14, were "extensively studying" the Columbine massacre in preparation.
"A trial is not the time for the attorneys to editorialize or give their opinions of a defendant," Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said.
"We can't forget it. We look at the world now. We thought that [the shooting] would change things, and it didn't," said retired Sandy Hook teacher Carol Bobel.
Casey Garcia explained that she filmed her videos to show the lack of security in place at the facility.
Officials in Kazan, Russia, said that seven children and one teacher had been killed after the shooter opened fire inside the school.
"We as a country cannot come together just accepting this as a way of life," Frank DeAngelis told Newsweek.
An elementary school teacher is calling attention to emergency preparedness kits for active shooter situations in America with a shocking supply kit for her classroom.
"Once a member is placed on a standing committee, the party leadership can't actually remove that member just from that committee—at least not until there is a new Congress," American University professor Andrew Ballard told Newsweek.