Columbia Mall Honoring Employees Killed in January 2014 ShootingA white ribbon graces the Mall in Columbia's website banner this weekend, which marks one year since a College Park man opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun in the Zumiez skate store, killing two people and eventually turning the gun on himself on Jan. 25, 2014.
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Howard County Aims to Upgrade Mental Health Services After Columbia Mall ShootingHoward County officials are taking steps to improve mental health services following a shooting at the Mall in Columbia in January.
Zumiez Store At Columbia Mall Where Gunman Killed 2 ReopensA skateboarding and snowboarding store at a Maryland mall where a gunman killed two employees before fatally shooting himself is reopening.
Columbia Mall Shooter Obsessed With Columbine, Mass MurderPolice in Howard County say they will reveal more about a man who in January shot and killed two employees of a skate shop at a mall in Maryland.
Mall in Columbia Will Hold Moment of Silence for VictimsThe Maryland mall where two people were fatally shot last week says it will hold a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims.
Candlelight Vigil Held at Columbia MallThe Howard County mall where two people were fatally shot last weekend is holding a candlelight vigil for the victims.
Police: Columbia Mall Gunman Wrote of Killing PeopleMaryland police say the man who killed two people and then shot himself inside a shopping mall wrote about killing people in his journal and said he was ready to die.
Financial Records of Columbia Mall Shooter Under ReviewMaryland police say they're investigating the financial records of a man who killed two people and then himself inside a shopping mall.
Ulman: Howard County Must Grieve After Columbia Mall Shooting Howard County Executive Ken Ulman said Monday morning that there will be grieving because the tragedy touched everyone.
Many Questions Still Surround Columbia Mall ShootingThe mall where a Maryland teenager gunned down two people before killing himself was set for a somber reopening Monday under increased security as police worked to figure out why the shooting took place and whether the gunman knew either victim.