The father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four of his high school classmates and himself in October pleaded not guilty on Thursday to illegally possessing the gun his son used in the slayings.
The father of a high school student who fatally shot four classmates and himself last fall was allowed to be released from federal custody as long as he follows strict conditions.
The father of a Washington state high school student who killed four classmates and himself last fall was arrested Tuesday on a federal charge that he was barred from possessing the gun his son used in the shooting.
A suspected gang member opened fire on a group outside a high school in Portland, sending three young people to the hospital, according to police.
Marysville-Pilchuck High School teacher Megan Silberberger can be heard telling 911 dispatchers that the shooter had killed himself.
For the first time since the Oct. 24 shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, classes are back to a routine schedule.
Students return Monday to Marysville-Pilchuck High School following a week off after the shooting that left four students dead, including the shooter, and two students still in a Seattle hospital.
The death raises the number of fatalities from the shooting to four. Police radio recordings reveal chaos as officers tried to secure the sprawling campus at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Among the balloons and flowers tied to the chain-link fence outside Marysville-Pilchuck High School are these: a white wrestling shoe; a youth football team photo, with one player encased in a red-marker heart; and a candle covered with a plastic cup bearing the name “Jaylen.”
A social networking site on which a 19-year-old man threatened a school shooting at Brigham Young University-Idaho was just a bad joke, authorities in southeastern Idaho said