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W.Va. police apprehend gunman at university campus

When the suspect saw the first responding officer, he fled on foot - Full Story

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More police refusing to name shooters for fear of copycats

Families of mass shooting victims have long urged journalists to avoid using the gunmen's names and photos in public - Full Story

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Sheriff maintains support for gun rights after Ore. college shooting

Sheriff maintains support for gun rights after Ore. college shooting

Douglas County sheriff said that his position on gun control had not shifted - Full Story

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Ore. shooting victims: Teens just starting out, teacher

The worst mass shooting in the state's history killed nine and injured several others - Full Story

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Sheriff: Don't say Ore. gunman's name

Sheriff: Don't say Ore. gunman's name

At least nine people were killed and seven others wounded at Umpqua Community College - Full Story

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Audio: Emergency personnel respond to Ore. college shooting

Listen to the radio transmissions between responders and dispatch during response to shooting at the Umpqua Community College - Full Story

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Rapid Response: Mass murder at Ore. college shows challenge, importance of good PIO work

Constant updates from a PIO reduces speculation and uncertainty, which is important for those with loved ones involved - Full Story

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Sheriff: 9 killed, 7 injured in shooting at Ore. college

Sheriff: 9 killed, 7 injured in shooting at Ore. college

The sheriff said the gunman was killed during an exchange of gunfire with officers - Full Story

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New NY law will mandate reporting on school metal detectors

That law requires the police and the department of education to issue reports twice a year with student arrest information - Full Story



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