“Twenty-five years ago, Kristin Kinkel’s brother, Kip, killed their parents and opened fire at their high school. Today, she is close with Kip—and still reckoning with his crimes.”
“’Will I be okay?’ my children ask me as the mass shootings in America continue. None of us like my answer.”
This week we are sharing stories on gun violence, Silicon Valley in the ’90s, the ability of artificial intelligence, and the community of audiophiles.
“To Hensel, one of the big things about marking 10 years, is making it 10 years.”
“Before the shooting, watching true crime shows was a diversion. Afterward, it is no longer simply a genre to me.”
Six years after a mass shooting at the local High School, Libby Copeland visits with survivors and observes various ways they live and cope with lasting trauma.
After a shooting at Iowa State, Chris Wiewiora let his teaching contract there expire, and chose to instead drive a municipal bus. His passengers were often former students.