The young man who shot to death six people and wounded 13 more on Jan. 8, 2011, was not quiet about his rage aimed at the government and the police, nor about his desire to kill himself, at times, and others.
Someone with a serious medical emergency — a gunshot wound, stabbing, injuries from a crash — can confront Tucson police officers on any given day.
The plan to house a permanent memorial to Jan. 8th victims and survivors at the Old Pima County Courthouse downtown was made official this morning.
On Jan. 8, the third anniversary of the shootings in Tucson in which six were killed and 14 others injured, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church will host a special interfaith prayer service at 7 p.m. in the Bloom Music Center.
Taxpayers spent more than $1 million to defend Jared Lee Loughner in the Tucson shooting case, newly released court documents show.
Catholic Bishop Gerald Kicanas advocated passage of gun-control legislation at a gathering of like-minded people at a news conference held at South Tucson City Hall.
Pam Simon, a survivor of the Jan. 8, 2011, shootings, listens to speakers at the gathering on the National Day of Action to Reduce Gun Violence.
In conjunction with activists across the country on the National Day of Action to Reduce Gun Violence, proponents of universal background checks for gun buyers Thursday launched a local effort to pass the legislation.
Jared Lee Loughner's mental unraveling is illustrated in thousands of investigative reports released Wednesday by the Pima County Sheriff's Department.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords returned Wednesday to the northwest-side grocery store where she was nearly slain on Jan. 8, 2011, to advocate for expanded background checks for gun buyers.
Survivors of the Jan. 8, 2011, shooting and members of anti-gun violence organizations gathered Tuesday in front of Sen. Jeff Flake's Tucson office, a short distance from the grocery store where the shooting happened, to encourage the freshman senator to support proposed mandatory background…
Bells will ring in Tucson at 10:10 a.m. today to commemorate the second anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011, mass shooting.
Paty Gonzalez joined a flash-mob exercise dance at the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center at Reid Park on Jan. 7 last year during Beyond Tucson's commemorative events.
A series of events will commemorate the violent events of Jan. 8, 2011. The activities scheduled from Saturday to Tuesday will mark the second anniversary of the shooting spree that left six dead and 13 injured, including then-U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Planned events include outdoor hike…
Children and adolescents are talking about the Newtown shootings, and parents can play a role in how it affects them.
In response to the mass shooting at a Connecticut school Dec. 14, Ben's Bells has launched a Bring Kindness to Newtown campaign.
Laurie Sedlmayr-Cumming, left, and her daughter, Anna Cumming, paint beads at the Ben's Bells Project Main Gate Studio, 816 E. University Blvd., to be asembled for residents of Newtown, Conn., in the wake of the Sandy Hook school massacre.