A judge decided there was enough evidence to send accused mass shooter Rockne Newell to county court.
Security and disaster planning experts teach local leaders about safety.
Since the shooting tragedy in Ross Township some people say they are unable to go into the municipal building.
A shooting victim says her husband saved her life during the rampage in Ross Township.
A woman who was injured and saw her husband killed says she is overwhelmed with support.
Psychologists gives advice about helping the community cope with the shooting rampage.
The Ross Township Municipal Building remains closed as people continue to heal physically and emotionally.
A new website will help shooting victim Linda Kozic. She was injured in the Ross Township Attack. Her Husband, Gerard, was killed.
The Monroe County Emergency Management Agency is arranging to meet with State Police and the Department of Homeland Security.
The Ross Township Supervisor Chairman says he's not sure about the future of the township building.
It appears two of the victims in the shooting rampage died almost instantly after being hit.
Anyone who is having trouble coping with the shooting attack in Ross Township can call a free and confidential hotline.
Gunman Rockne Newell's father is speaking out and defending his son's actions. It's been 2 days since the tragedy and suspected gunman Rockne Newell's father says he knew of his son's plan. He spoke to the media for the first time Thursday.
The Ross Township Tragedy is bringing back painful memories to a former police officer who was shot while on duty 27 years ago. James Tupper and other officer were inside the Dallas Township police station when an angry-gun wielding man walked in and opened fire
The man accused of murdering three people during a public meeting allegedly told his father he planned to kill himself and take others with him.
Brittany Sweeney has more on communities coming together to remember the victims of the Ross Township Tragedy
The tragedy in the Poconos sent a shockwave through many other people who serve the public. Specifically elected officials. It also has some of those officials thinking about their own safety.
Reporter Laurie Monteforte continues her coverage of the shooting at the Ross Twp Supervisors Meeting
So many questions have yet to be answered in connection with the tragedy in the Poconos. Mainly, why would someone commit such a violent act in the first place? Our lead I-Team Reporter Andy Mehalshick spoke to a psychiatrist about the impact the tragedy is having on people who watch from afar
Remembering the victims of Ross Township
Our continuing coverage of the shooting at the Ross Township Supervisor Meeting continues
The tragedy in Ross township, Monroe County took a heavy toll on first responders. State police, volunteer firefighters, and medics rushed to help. But now they may need some help for themselves.
Supervisors release a statement on Monday Night's Shooting
State Police held a news conference to update the shootings at the Ross Township Supervisors Meeting.
Latest information and Coroner's Press Conference
A gunman opened fire at a Ross Township Supervisors meeting in the Poconos just before 7:30 P.M. Three are dead and 4 others, including the gunman, are injured.