In a case described as troubling, police believe missing Aurora, Colorado teen Lashaya Stine left home at 2:30 a.m. in July to meet with someone. She has not been seen since then.

The shooting previously sparked protests in Aurora, given its profile as a Black Lives Matter story and the way that the investigation had been botched.

From: the office of Delegate Joseph D. Morrissey Contact: Waylin Ross, Legislative Aide/Joe Morrissey Phone: (804)698-1074 E-mail: DelJMorrissey@House.Virginia.Gov On December 19, 2012,  Delegate Joseph D. Morrissey, Richmond, announced that he will introduce, in the 2013 General Assembly Session, a bill to ban the sale of both assault style weapons as well as large capacity magazines. […]

24 year old James Eagan Holmes was formally charge with 142 separate felony charges in court on Monday.  Holmes only spoke once responding “yes” to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within 35 days. Holmes’ response was sent by tweet from Denver Post Courts reporter John Ingold. Prosecutors presented dual charges for Holmes in case, his […]

from: Michael K. Brown Jr., 20, of Glen Allen was fatally shot early Sunday morning after officials say an argument inside the Aurora nightclub spilled outside. Police say the victim was approximately found at 12:51 a.m on the sidewalk at North Fourth and East Main. He was found with an apparent gunshot wound and […]