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Shooting in Arapahoe High School: One girl in serious condition and the gunman is dead

CENTENNIAL — The girl burst into Ms. Bradley's classroom in hyperventilating panic. Blood soaked her shirt. Two sharp bangs preceded her entrance. "Help me! Help me!" the girl cried. "There's a shooter."
Another gunman visited terror upon another Colorado school Friday, when an 18-year-old senior at Arapahoe High School opened fire with a shotgun inside his school and wounded a fellow student. The 15-year-old girl collapsed into the arms of a friend, who then ran into Bradley's classroom for help. The 15-year-old was in critical condition Friday night after undergoing surgery.
Two other students were treated and released at the hospital for non-gunshot-related injuries.


 Within minutes after the first shot, the school's resource officer had chased a trail of smoke and noise to a room where he found the body of the shooter. Authorities identified the gunman as Karl Pierson, a member of the school's debate team who recently had some type of confrontation with a teacher. Pierson apparently killed himself.

Authorities believe Pierson, whom fellow students described as bright and whose family attended Bible study meetings, acted alone. Local and federal investigators were at Pierson's home in Highlands Ranch on Friday night, along with a bomb squad. Detectives were also searching Pierson's car and at his father's Denver home.
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said investigators are considering whether revenge against the teacher motivated Pierson, who Robinson said specifically asked where to find the teacher as he walked into the school brazenly carrying the shotgun. But Robinson just as quickly said that no matter what the motive was, it could not bring sense to an event that again made students cower in their classrooms and parents desperate just to see their children.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said Friday was another "all-too-familiar sequence of gunshots" at a Colorado school. Off to the side after a news conference, he put it more directly: "This has got to stop."
The school, which has roughly 2,100 students, is at the corner of South University Boulevard and Dry Creek Road in Centennial. It is about 8 miles east of Columbine High School, where two students killed 12 students and one teacher in 1999. The school is about 15 miles southwest of the Aurora movie theater where a gunman shot 70 people, killing 12, in July 2012.
The first report of Friday's shooting came at 12:33 p.m.
Robinson said the shooter made no attempt to hide the shotgun as he approached Arapahoe High's west doors. Robinson said Pierson, once inside, asked where he could find a specific teacher, whom students described as a librarian at the school who also coached the speech and debate team. Robinson would not identify the teacher.
Alerted to the situation, the teacher quickly left the school, something Robinson praised as "the most important tactical decision that could be made."
"He took himself away from the school in an effort to try to encourage the student to move with him," Robinson said.
Pierson, though, remained in the school, where he shot the 15-year-old girl when she came across his path.

Dozens of sheriff's deputies and SWAT teams converged on the school, but the school's resource officer was already in pursuit of the shooter. According to police scanner recordings, the deputy ran to the library, where he saw smoke, and then into the athletic hall. There he found the wounded girl.
"I have a student in the athletic hall," he said into his police radio. "She is bleeding pretty bad."
An ambulance arrived within minutes to take the girl to Littleton Adventist Hospital, where she underwent surgery Friday afternoon.
Inside Andrea Bradley's yoga class, Arapahoe High senior Courtney Leypoldt said she heard two bangs before the 15-year-old girl's friend burst into the room. Bradley reacted quickly, Leypoldt said, and ushered students into a deep closet. One-by-one, Bradley counted the heads of her students as they walked inside, Leypoldt said.

Then she closed the door, and the sound of students sobbing in terror filled the space.
"We heard footsteps running across the floor on top of us," Leypoldt said. "Then another 'bang, bang,' and we just held on to each other and cried."
Around the school, similar scenes played out, the result of emergency training that both students and teachers were all-too-familiar with. All of the students at Arapahoe High on Friday had started kindergarten after the Columbine High School shootings. A law enforcement official said Arapahoe had just recently practiced an active-shooter drill.
Seniors Carl Schmidt and Brendon Mendelson were in yoga class when the shooting began. Their teacher hurried them promptly away from the door and into a closet.
"You always had the sense that nothing bad would happen to you," Schmidt said.
Student Justin Morrall said students had been trained to move to the corners of classrooms where they would not be visible. Morrall said he heard screams when the shots were fired, but his classroom fell silent.
"Then we went into the drill positions," Morrall said.
Likewise, Robinson and Hickenlooper praised the quick actions of law enforcement officers, who entered the school immediately in hopes of confronting the shooter.
"I believe their quick response and action saved lives," Robinson said. "I believe the shooter took his life because he knew he had been found."
The orderliness, though, belied the terror in the classrooms.
"We were all just sitting there staying quiet and praying," said 15-year-old Jessica Girard, who was in math class when she heard three loud bangs.
Outside the locked classroom door, Jessica heard someone walk by, saying, "It hurts. It hurts. Make it stop."
"I was thinking I was going to die and I was never going to see my family again, and I was praying that they knew how much I loved them," Jessica said.
As students left the school after the shooting, many held their hands in the air or on their heads, and police officers patted them down. They were taken by bus to Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church or Euclid Middle School. Parents dashed to the school to find their kids.
Earlier in the day, Chris Foster's daughter, Devan, sent him a text message saying, "I love you. There is a shooting." Foster made his way to the school, where he found Devan walking in a crowd. He waded in and hugged her.
Julie Kellogg was driving by Arapahoe High School when she saw police rush to the campus. Kellogg said she frantically began calling and texting her children at the school but did not hear back.
"I would have never expected my reaction to be what it was," Kellogg said. "I immediately went into panic, broke down. I didn't know what to think and I didn't even know what happened, but it I knew it was bad."
Several hundred parents gathered at Shepherd of the Hills Church — stretching tall, leaning this way and that, crying, praying, trying to find their children.
And at the corner of University and Dry Creek, Christina Long stood in tears, staring at the school.
"This doesn't happen at this high school," she said. "My baby is in there."
Long said she didn't want to text her 16-year-old son, Dylan, a junior at Arapahoe.
"He'll call me when he's safe," she reasoned. "I'm going to let him hide."
But a few minutes later, she received a phone call and broke down in tears. She leaned over, and she simply said, "Oh, Baby. OK. OK. He's OK."

Then she sprinted across the street.

Grammy Awards 2014, Katy Perry and More!

The 2014 Grammy Awards are just over a month away — the ceremony airs Jan. 26 on CBS — and now, we finally know some of the artists going head to head on music’s biggest night! The first round of nominees were announced Dec. 6 during the Grammy Nominations Concert, hosted by LL Cool J, and some of HollywoodLife.com‘s favorite musicians made the cut.

Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Lorde and Robin Thicke were among the concert’s performers, but does that mean they also snagged nominations? Read on to find out!


Grammy Nominees 2014 — Full List of Nominations


SONG OF THE YEAR:
“Just Give Me A Reason,” Pink
“Locked Out Of Heaven,” Bruno Mars
“Roar,” Katy Perry
“Royals,” Lorde
“Same Love,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

POP PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR:
“Get Lucky,” Daft Punk & Pharrell
“Just Give Me A Reason,” Pink
“Stay,” Rihanna
“Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke
“Suit & Tie,” Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z

ALBUM OF THE YEAR:
The Blessed Unrest, Sara Bareilles
Random Access Memories, Daft Punk
Good Kid, Mad City, Kendrick Lamar
The Heist, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Red, Taylor Swift

COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR:
Night Train, Jason Aldean
Two Lanes of Freedom, Tim McGraw
Same Trailer, Different Park, Kacey Musgraves
Based on a True Story, Blake Shelton
Red, Taylor Swift

BEST NEW ARTIST:
James Blake
Kendrick Lamar
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Kacey Musgraves
Ed Sheeran

RECORD OF THE YEAR:
“Get Lucky,” Daft Punk
“Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons
“Royals,” Lorde
“Locked Out Of Heaven,” Bruno Mars

“Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke

AARP, Some Things You Should Know About This Organization

AARP, Inc., previously the American Association of Retired Persons, is a U.S.-based NGO and interest group, established in 1958 by Ethel Percy Andrus, PhD, a retired educator from California, and based in Washington, D.C. It is a membership organization for people age 50 and over.
AARP operates as a non-profit advocate for its members and as one of the most powerful lobbying groups in the United States. AARP has two affiliated organizations: AARP Services Inc. which is managed wholly for profit, and the AARP Foundation, a charity that operates on a non-profit basis.
AARP Services Inc. offers Medicare supplemental health insurance, discounts on prescription drugs and consumer goods, entertainment and travel packages, long-term care insurance and automobile, home and life insurance. It provides quality control over the products and services made available by AARP-endorsed providers. According to AARP's 2008 Consolidated financials, it was paid $652,000,000 in royalties from insurance companies that sold products referred by AARP. AARP also received an additional $120,000,000 for the advertisements placed in its publications.
The AARP Foundation's website says the nonprofit "wants to win back opportunity for those now in crisis, so thousands of vulnerable low-income Americans 50+ can regain their foothold, continue to serve as anchors for their families and communities and ensure that their best life is still within reach." Key areas of focus are hunger, income, housing and isolation. The Foundation's vision is "a country that is free of poverty where no older person feels vulnerable."

AARP claims approximately 38 million members, making it one of the largest membership organizations in the United States.

Mayor Rob Ford’s Oral-Sex Remarks Puts him in Trouble

Mayor Ford
The Toronto mayor says he is sorry for obscene comments on live TV, but denying he had offered oral sex to a female staff member.

The Canadian mayor called his comments ‘unforgivable’, while talking to reporters.

He said that he will go to the court against the former employees who claimed that Mr. Ford was drinking and using drugs.

This is Mr. Ford’s latest scandal, admitting last week that he smoked cracked cocaine.


According to police report released on Wednesday, says that the mayor had driven drunk, used racially abusive language, threatened staff, consorted with a woman suspected of being prostitute and made a sexual proposition to a female staff member.