Movie Massacre: Remembering the Victims
A day after the movie massacre in Aurora, Colorado--emotions still raw tonight as the community remembers the 12 killed.
About seven victims are still fighting for their lives in the hospital tonight. 58 others are wounded.
We've also learned tonight President Obama will travel to Colorado Sunday to visit with the shooting victims and their families. There is still no motive - but the FBI is working with police to figure out what drove James Holmes to open fire on a crowd at a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight" Friday.
Feet from the scene of the crime, you'll find a tribute for the victims, families coming to grips with true terror.
32 year old Rebecca Wingo lost her life amidst the chaos.
Six year old Veronica Moser, at the movie with her mother, also died.
Service members out for a relaxing night met their fate. Petty officer John Larimer, a proud navy man, and air force staff sergeant Jesse Childress.
Alex Sullivan was killed on his 27th birthday. Sunday would have been his first wedding anniversary.
Jessica Ghawi was an aspiring journalist.
Stories of courage also emerge from tragedy. Matt McQuinn died saving his girlfriend. Jon Blunk lost his life the same way.