Attorneys for James Holmes, accused of killing a dozen people last summer in a suburban Denver movie theater, say they won't be ready to enter a plea due to the large number of charges against their client.
The company that owns the theater where the Aurora shootings took place is asking residents what it should do with the building. It is an important question for communities looking to move beyond mass shootings.
The charges against the suspect, James Holmes, include 24 counts of first-degree murder (two counts per victim) and 116 counts of attempted murder. Prosecutors say a decision on whether to pursue the death penalty in this case could be months away.