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Attorneys argue to toss school shooting suspect’s statements

Attorneys for a Kentucky teenager charged with fatally shooting two classmates and wounding 14 others at a high school have asked a judge to suppress his statements to investigators.

Attorneys want school shooting suspect’s statements tossed

Gabriel R. Parker's attorneys say his statements weren't voluntary, violated his self-incrimination privileges and his right to counsel.

Student found guilty of threatening shooting at Dunbar High School

A student accused of threatening a school shooting at Dunbar High School in Lexington has been found guilty, according to the the Lexington Herald Leader. 

Kentucky school shooting trial to be in different county

Marshall County Commonwealth's Attorney Dennis Foust said the June 2020 trial will be held in Christian County, about an hour away.

Authorities: 2 suspects in custody after school shooting in Denver

Authorities say at least 7 people were injured and two people arrested following a shooting at a school in Denver.

Sheriff says shots fired at school in suburban Denver

Sheriff says shots have been fired at a school in suburban Denver and believes two people are injured.

Lawyers for accused Marshall Co. school shooter want trial moved

The lawyers argue, because Marshall County only has one high school, it is not possible for local jurors to be unbiased, according to WKMS.

Marshall Co. school district awarded additional funds after 2018 school shooting

Marshall County School District in Kentucky has been awarded a second Project School Emergency Response to Violence grant totaling $460,064.

School massacre 1 year later: A time to remember the victims

School massacre 1 year later: A time to remember the victims

New Jersey mom credited with preventing school shooting to be in Lawrenceburg parade

A New Jersey mom, credited with preventing a school shooting in Anderson Co. will ride in Lawrenceburg's Christmas parade

Suspect accused of planning school shooting wrote a “manifesto” on his phone

We're learning more about Dylan Jarrell, the man accused of plotting a school shooting in Anderson County.

Mother, trooper who stopped KY school attack appear on “Ellen”

The New Jersey mother meets the Kentucky State Police trooper investigated a social media threat and stopped a school shooting in Kentucky.

Gov. Bevin approves more than $192,000 in grants for victims services in Marshall County

Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet have approved more than $192,000 in grants to provide victim services in Marshall County, where students and families are recovering from January's tragic school shooting.

Documents: Man training kids for school shooting

Prosecutors say in court documents that the father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings.

Commonwealth Attorney may charge Marshall Co. school shooter’s stepfather

According to a Washington Post report, Commonwealth Attorney Mark Blankenship may pursue charges against Justin Minyard, the stepfather of Gabe Parker, accused Marshall County school shooter.

UPDATE: Chief says student school shooter had 2 handguns

A police chief says an Indiana middle school student asked to be excused from class, then returned with two handguns and opened fire.

McConnell opens Senate session; mourns victims

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says senators and all Americans "stand in mourning, sorrow and sympathy" with the town of Santa Fe, Texas, where 10 people were fatally shot at a school.

UPDATE: Texas gunman was wearing “Born to Kill” shirt

A sophomore at Santa Fe High School says he was in his art class when he suddenly heard three louds booms.

Kentucky teen gets 5 years for school shooting threat

A Kentucky teen has been sentenced to five years in prison for a threat to "shoot up" his high school last fall.

Lexington students say they won’t give up

Demonstrators across the globe flooded the streets in a student-driven movement and Lexington students say it was unlike anything they have ever seen before.

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