Thousands Expected At L.A. 'March For Our Lives' Rally, And Youths Are Confident They're The Key To ChangeAbout 60,000 people are expected to show up at the event, which kicks off at 9 a.m. at Sixth and Spring Streets in Downtown L.A.
Lyft Offering Free Rides To People Attending Saturday's March For Our Lives RalliesLyft stipulated riders under 18 years of age would need to be accompanied by an adult and that the codes would cover the cost of a ride up to $15.
Student Walkouts Planned Across LA To Honor Victims 1 Month After Stoneman Douglas High ShootingStudents across the city plan to walk out of classes Wednesday morning, a month after a teen gunman opened fire at a South Florida high school, killing 17 people.
Dick's Sporting Goods Finds Fans After Decision To Stop Selling Assault Rifles"We wanna support them. We actually bought stock in Dick's today," said customer Trish Sie.
Message Scribbled On High School Wall Threatens Shooting Wednesday, Prompts Added Security"Hemet High will be shot up on 2-28 by a sophomore girl[...] the first on my list is Dr. Shaw[...] Don't be in my way," the message scrawled on a bathroom tile read.
Florida Shooting Puts Schools On High Alert, Ignites Gun Control DebateFollowing the 18th school shooting in the U.S. in 2018, school officials say the most they can do is be ready.