President Barack Obama said yesterday that the number of gun-related deaths in America “dwarfs any deaths that happen through terrorism” following the horrific, on-air murders of two Virginia journalists.
A local pastor brought us an update this morning on the lone survivor of yesterday's attack on a live news broadcast in Virginia.
Moving images have emerged of a grieving local news station that has had to cover the horrific shooting deaths of two colleagues who were gunned down on the job.
WDBJ7’s “Mornin’” show held a tearful moment of silence this morning to mark the tragic deaths of their two colleagues.
Bill Burton and Dana Loesch reacted on "The Kelly File" to new calls for gun control in the wake of the murders of two Virginia journalists.
Tributes have poured in today across social media and on Fox News for Alison Parker, a reporter who was gunned down during a live broadcast this morning in Virginia.
Laura Weeks, who worked with Alison Parker on their school newspaper, called the young journalist an inspiration.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today called for “common sense” gun reform legislation following the shooting deaths of a WDBJ7 reporter and photographer.
WDBJ7 staff members are remembering two colleagues who were gunned down this morning during a live broadcast.
WDBJ7 anchor Chris Hurst is mourning the loss of his reporter girlfriend Alison Parker, who was killed this morning during a live broadcast in Moneta, Virginia.
Two TV journalists were have been shot and killed this morning during a live broadcast in Moneta, Virginia, according to Reuters. The shooting reportedly occurred during a live interview by WDBJ-TV, killing reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward.