It has been one month since the tragic school shooting in Parkland and many students that were affected have pushed for change.
Los Angeles-based rock duo Sleep Machine, who has roots in Parkland, wrote a tribute song for the 17 lives lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
After losing their daughter Meadow Pollack to a school shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, her family, with the help of the community, wanted to create a playground and garden in her memory.
As a way to honor and remember their late son, a Boca Raton couple has created a Marjory Stoneman Douglas Scholarship to help students who want a college education, but don’t have the top GPA scores to typically earn one.
While residents in Parkland continue to cope with the tragic event on February 14, there are some that are committed to making sure that this will never happen again
Marjory Stoneman Douglas graduate Ashley Payanis Curtis wanted to create a project to help students and educators heal after the school shooting that took place at her alma mater on February 14.
Erica Melamed, a graduate Marjory Stoneman Douglas speaks out about the dangers her sister met while attending class in a portable building at the Parkland school during the shootings.
Martin Duque Anguiano, 14, was born in Coyuca De Catalan, Mexico. He was a fun-loving, extroverted young man, who according to his family, was often quiet.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumnus created a video bringing former students from all over the country together to show their support after the deadly massacre which took 17 lives.
South Florida law enforcement officers are sounding off after the news broke that Deputy Scot Peterson along with three others never went after the gunman who killed 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas.