Shooter Dead & 2 Injured After Open Fire At TX High School

A shooter opened fire at Alpine High School this morning, injuring one person before turning the gun on himself and committing suicide. A police officer was later also injured, as a marshal accidentally shot him while responding to the incident. The conditions of the police officer and the other victim are not known yet at this time. Early reports said that two shooters were on the looser, but the Brewster County Sheriff’s Office has since updated their report, assuring the community that the initial shooter is dead, and no others were being sought.

Texas Southern University Shooting: 1 Dead, Campus On Lockdown, Classes Canceled

Another school shooting! A Northern Arizona University student is dead and three others are injured after a shooting on campus early Friday morning. Hit the jump to read more about this tragic situation.

A Shooting At Northern Arizona University Leaves 1 dead, 3 injured

Officials aren’t sure what caused the shooting at the Northern Arizona University campus that left 1 person dead and three others injured.

(Video) Filmmaker Peter Rodger Speaks On His Son Being The U.C. Santa Barbara Gunman!

Peter Rodger, the father of the teen responsible for a deadly shooting spree near the University of California Santa Barbara campus, is finally speaking out. The filmmaker talks about his troubled son, Elliot, and why he chose to speak out about the tragedy. Elliot is responsible for the death of 6 students and injuring 13 others. To see the interview, click below.

Scholarship Named In Honor Of Seattle Shooting Hero!

After a student at Seattle Pacific University took down a gunman with just some pepper spray and the will to save lives last Thursday (June 5th) the president of the university announced an engineering scholarship named in his honor at the University’s graduation today. Find out more about the shooting after the jump.

(Video) Update: Arapahoe School Shooting Victim In “Wrong Place At Wrong Time.”

The 17 year old victim, that had been shot point blank in Arapahoe High School, has been identified as Claire Davis. Police report she was not a target for Karl Pierson, but was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Davis suffered severe head trauma after being shot in the head and is listed in critical condition. To see news footage of this story, click below.

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