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Club Q: One Year Later

In a 30-minute special report, Denver7 looks back at the Club Q mass shooting, including what’s changed and what this year has been like for LGBTQ+ Coloradans.
Posted: 7:43 AM, Nov 17, 2023
Updated: 2023-11-20 11:45:02-05
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Sunday marks a somber day in Colorado as it will be one year since the deadly mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs. Five people were shot and killed at the LGBTQ+ nightclub.

This week, Colorado Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet introduced a resolution to pay tribute to the victims: Raymond Vance, Ashley Paugh, Daniel Astin, Kelly Loving and Derek Rump. The resolution also acknowledges their family members and friends and survivors of the attack.

In a 30-minute special report, anchored from Colorado Springs by Rob Harris and Danielle Kreutter, Denver7 looks back at the tragedy including what’s changed and hasn’t changed since the shooting.

Club Q mass shooting victims

‘Club Q: One Year Later’ also profiles victims’ families and heroes from that night, introduces you to struggles the community has faced and shares stories of hope that have come out of the tragedy.


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You can watch the special below, and it is also available on Denver7’s free streaming platforms, including on Roku and YouTube.

Club Q: One Year Later

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