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Census-designated place in Colorado, United States

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Columbine, Colorado: Census-designated place in Colorado, United States
Columbine is a census-designated place (CDP) in Arapahoe and Jefferson counties in the U.S. state of Colorado. Located mostly in Jefferson County, it lies immediately west of the Denver suburb of Littleton.

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Two mass shootings, two Red Flag law opinions

One's son was killed in Aurora. One's friend was killed in Columbine. Now two Colorado state representatives disagree on how to prevent future mass shootings
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Mass shootings affected two lawmakers. Now they stand on opposite sides of Colorado’s Red Flag law

One’s son was killed in Aurora. One’s friend was killed in Columbine. Now two Colorado state representatives disagree on how to prevent future mass shootings
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17-year-old planned school shooting before mother alerted police

Before his mother turned him in, the teenager planned the attack to occur on April 20, 2020 ⁠— the anniversary of Columbine
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Woman ‘Consumed’ by Columbine and Oklahoma City Killings Had 24 Pipe Bombs, Police Say

The authorities also discovered numerous guns, knives and material on mass killings in the Florida home of Michelle Kolts, officials said.
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Florida woman obsessed with Columbine arrested with pipe bombs, pistols in her bedroom, police say

A 27-year-old Florida woman had pipe bombs, weapons and bomb making materials in her bedroom, police say
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Fashion brand faces backlash after unveiling school-shooting themed hoodies

A fashion brand based in New York is facing backlash over hoodies it unveiled during New York Fashion Week. The hoodies featured the names of schools where mass shootings have occurred, including..
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Carpenter travels the country bringing crosses to mass shooting sites

Carpenter Greg Zanis made his first cross after the 1996 murder of his father-in-law. The first mass shooting he went to was Columbine. Since then, he has provided thousands of wooden memorials at the..
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Columbine survivor Austin Eubanks died of accidental heroin overdose, coroner says

Columbine high school shooting survivor Austin Eubanks, who became an outspoken advocate for addiction recovery, died of an accidental heroin overdose, the Routt County Coroner's Office..
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Officials propose tearing down Columbine High School

"School shooters refer to and study the Columbine shooting as a macabre source of inspiration and motivation," the district's superintendent said
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Police search for armed woman said to be "infatuated" with Columbine massacre; Muffet McGraw, Notre Dame coach, says gender equity "starts with hiring women"
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