Twenty children and six adults—that's how many people fell victim to a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT on Friday.
Although students in Prince George's County are not in imminent danger, Prince George's County police will increase patrols at the county's elementary schools next week.
Stories of the victims and the latest on the shooter can be found on Newtown Patch.
How to Help Families Affected by Newtown School Shooting
People all over the world want to know how to help Sandy Hook residents following Friday's horrifying mass shooting. Post "I want to help" in this comment thread to get updates on what you can do.
Connecticut State Police released the following list of names and dates of birth for 26 people who perished on Friday, Dec. 14 2012 during and after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The president is scheduled to attend a 7 p.m. interfaith vigil to meet the families of those killed in Friday's school shooting and to thank first responders.
Medical Examiner: Newtown Shooting Victims Suffered 'Devastating Set of Injuries'
Officials during a press conference shared some harrowing details of the mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary School, including the nature of gunshot wounds.
[PHOTOS] Newtown School Shooting
Parents rush to pick up their children. Law enforcement secure the area at Sandy Hook School.