A full minute after the shooting started at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a 911 dispatcher got the first call from inside the school. Read More
It’s not always easy to get a firefighter to open up about what they’re feeling. Some Miami firefighters are trying to change that. Read More
Newly released jail records give us a look at jail life for Nikolas Cruz, the teen who is being held on 17 counts of premeditated murder for the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School. Read More
Firefighters from across the US and Canada answered a survey from NBC News stations about the traumatic events they witness and how they cope with it. Read More
As criticism flows on the Broward County Sheriff’s Office over its response to the Stoneman Douglas shooting, the school resource officer who failed to go into the building while students were being killed is fighting back. Read More
Less than three minutes after the first shots were fired – shots he did not hear -- Brandon Huff and his classmates streamed out of buildings on the south side of Stoneman Douglas High after a fire alarm sounded. Read More
A lot of parents are taking a look at their child’s school to see what’s being done to protect kids and what security improvements can be made to make them safer in light of the recent mass shooting in Parkland. Read More
A student who says she reported warning signs about the suspect in the Parkland school tragedy more than a year before last week's mass shooting said her friendship with him quickly turned to fear in the years leading up to... Read More
Police officers thought they were seeing his actions live on the school's security system, but soon realized the images were tape delayed. Read More
The Florida Department of Children and Families released further details after a judge granted an order to unseal a confidential report into Parkland school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz’s past that details him cutting his arms on... Read More
Kids accused of crimes in the Bay Area are being confined in secure detention facilities at high rates pre-trial, even when “risk assessments” find they’re eligible for release, an NBC Bay Area investigation found.
The California bar shooter, around the time the gunfire began, started posting to social media, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC4's I-Team.
Out of 54 California agencies surveyed by the Investigative Unit, 20 percent had launched internal pornography investigations since 2015. The official term for surfing porn at work is “computer misuse,” and it violates state...
New York’s top attorney is probing a widespread, but little known tactic used by ticket scalpers to rake in cash even before they buy up Broadway seats
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Mary Smith is newly engaged and eager to tie the knot, but she her bank is standing in the way of planning a dream wedding. "I don’t feel comfortable planning anything until we get this all sorted out," she said. Mary Smith is a...