This image contained in the "Appendix to Report on the Shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and 36 Yogananda St., Newtown, Connecticut On December 14, 2012" and released Monday, Nov. 25, 2013, by the Danbury, Conn., State’s Attorney shows a scene outside the entrance to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Adam Lanza opened fire inside the school killing 20 first-graders and six educators before killing himself as police arrived.
Credit AP Photo/Office of the Connecticut State's Attorney Judicial District of Danbury
After a long wait, the investigative report into the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December was released yesterday. It provides some new details about the shooter and the tragic events of the day. Butthe most important questions remain unanswered.
The Connecticut State's Attorney's office is set to release its investigative report Monday afternoon on the Newtown school shooting. WSHU's Craig LeMoult spoke with Jeremy Hobson of NPR's Here & Now about what is expected in the report.
Defense attorney Hubert Santos and Michael Skakel (right) stand at the podium as Santos makes a short statement following his client's release from custody outside the Connecticut Superior Court in Stamford Thursday.
Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel walked out of the Connecticut Superior Court in Stamford Thursday after posting a $1.2 million bail. A judge granted bail after his 2002 murder conviction was thrown out. WSHU’s Kaomi Goetz attended the hearing and has more.
The number of hate crimes in New York State jumped 30% in 2012 compared to the year prior. That’s from a state report released Thursday that says most of the statewide increase is attributed to Suffolk County property crimes classified as hate crimes.