Colorado

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Days after the mass shooting at Club Q, the LGBTQ community in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is not only grieving the loss of friends' lives. They are also mourning the violent assault on what many call their home, their safe space. ...
A U.S. Army veteran who disarmed the gunman at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs spoke out on Tuesday on his encounter with the shooter and how his training helped bring him down. ...
Two days after a gunman opened fire in a Colorado LGBTQ nightclub, police are identifying the five people killed in the attack. It comes as we learn about the heroes who helped stop the shooter. ...
The man suspected of killing five people at a Colorado LGBTQ nightclub was a heroin user who once told a neighbor: 'It's not the gun you've got to be afraid of, it's the people.' ...

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