Oprah Winfrey pulled her scheduled show on the 10-year anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre because "it focused too much on the killers," according to her Facebook page . But the media kept up its coverage of events commemorating the tragedy, which resulted in the deaths of 12 students and a teacher. Roughly 1,000 people gathered for a memorial at Clement Park by the school, including survivors, relatives, and current students, according to The Associated Press . Colorado legislators honored the victims by passing a resolution entitled "Columbine High School Triumph over Tragedy" to highlight the school's inspiring response to the tragedy, writes The Denver Post . Meanwhile, gun-control advocates rallied outside the Capitol, while inside state Senator Evie Hudak, a Westminster Democrat, asked gun owners to sacrifice their weapons for the protection of society, reports the Gazette , angering Republicans like Senator Keith King of Colorado Springs. As for the Columbine killers, a New York Times  blog asks, again, "Where were their parents?"