We weren't even born the year Columbine happened. Thirteen people killed during a normal school day. It was a tragic wake-up call, but it wasn't the last one. Fast forward to the present, to another tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida--the sounds of terror on our TV's once again--on Valentine's Day. On this edition of Bay 11, reporter Sophia Vaughn talks to two Stoneman Douglas students who took refuge in a closet with classmates, survived the shooting, and have now gone on to become activists, helping organize a march on Washington D.C. last month. Then in our second story, learn about a respite center for homeless women in Springfield, a small non-profit with a very large heart. Reported by Anna Daniel.