Ten people were killed Monday, including a police officer, when a gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, the second mass shooting in the U.S. in a week.
The police officer who died was identified as Eric Talley, 51, an 11-year veteran on the Boulder force. Talley was responding to the King Soopers grocery market when he was gunned down.
Boulder Police Commander Kerry Yamaguchi said a suspect has been arrested. No motive for the attack was disclosed.
Here are links to the latest coverage from the Coloradoan and USA TODAY Network journalists covering the story from across the nation.
Tuesday, March 23
Colorado has sixth-highest rate of public mass killings
Visual explainer: How the Boulder shooting unfolded
Arrest record details timeline of Boulder shooting
Here’s what experts say to do in an active shooter event
Live updates: What we know so far from Boulder grocery store shooting
Here are the names of the 10 victims in the Boulder shooting
‘Lives cut too short’: Beloved police officer among 10 victims of shooting
‘We have to act’: Biden calls on Congress to move fast on background checks, assault weapon ban
How to help victims’ families, organizations supporting them
‘When is enough enough?’: Luke Bryan, Elijah Wood, more celebs react to Boulder shooting
2 mass shootings in a week draw attention to Senate gun violence hearing
Monday, March 22
‘Sad day for Boulder’: Gunman kills 10 at Colorado supermarket
Mass shooting in Boulder weighs heavily on Colorado men’s coach Tad Boyle, players
Boulder King Soopers survivor returns with cello to pay respects
Tuesday photo gallery: Boulder shooting aftermath: Police release names of victims at news release, Polis speaks
Monday photo gallery: Police respond to shooting at Boulder grocery store
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