A woman visiting her mother at an assisted living facility in Kansas was gunned down in the parking lot Sunday, in what authorities are describing as a hate crime.
Police arrested a man in connection with the shooting deaths of his wife, who had dementia, and his sister, who was in a coma at a nursing home, authorities in Los Angeles announced Wednesday.
The 87-year-old man who said he tried to kill an assistant living supervisor because he felt "bullied" will not be prosecuted for shooting the long-term care employee once in the stomach.
The news flashed across my screen and immediately I said to myself, "This type of headline could be very bad for nursing home operators ... or maybe just kind of bad."
I don't believe there is one person who can hear about the tragedy at Sandy Hook and not be moved. I think many people are moved to a "call for action" in some way.
A man who went on a shooting rampage at a North Carolina nursing home that killed eight people was convicted of second-degree murder and has been sentenced to life in prison.