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High School Shooting

Read: ACES High Teen Turned in By Grandmother Pleads Guilty to School Shooting Plot

ACES High Teen Turned in By Grandmother Pleads Guilty to School Shooting Plot

The teen originally pleaded not guilty to the charges, which include first-degree attempted murder and possession of an explosive device.

Read: 4 Stoneman Douglas Employees Reassigned over Safety Commission Findings

4 Stoneman Douglas Employees Reassigned over Safety Commission Findings

Earlier this year, two other Stoneman Douglas employees were reassigned and subsequently fired for their response to the February 14 school shooting.

Read: Shooting at Butler High School Leaves One Student Dead

Shooting at Butler High School Leaves One Student Dead

A shooting at the North Carolina high school occurred after a fight broke out, leaving one student dead and another in police custody.

Read: The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the United States, the highest there have ever been since 1970. Now, read the rest of the K-12 school shooting statistics.

Read: 1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

Police say the triple shooting at a Raines High School football game is gang-related and occurred despite heavy police presence.

Read: 2 Shot at Palm Beach Central High School Football Game

2 Shot at Palm Beach Central High School Football Game

Fans and players evacuated the stadium after two men were shot near the ticket booth in what police are calling a targeted act of violence.

Read: Police: 2 Pawnee High Students’ School Shooting Plot Foiled by Crime Tip

Police: 2 Pawnee High Students’ School Shooting Plot Foiled by Crime Tip

An anonymous tip was called in after the two Pawnee High students allegedly discussed their plan while playing Fortnite, a multi-player video game.

Read: Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

A newly released report found that while Broward County Schools largely followed the law, it mishandled the shooter’s access to special services.

Read: Court Delays Release of Parkland School Shooting Security Footage

Court Delays Release of Parkland School Shooting Security Footage

The Broward School Board tried to block the release of the footage, claiming it would expose weak spots in the district’s surveillance systems.

Read: Santa Fe ISD Approves $1.5 Million for Security After Deadly Shooting

Santa Fe ISD Approves $1.5 Million for Security After Deadly Shooting

The school board approved the additional spending just a few months after a student gunman shot and killed 10 people at Santa Fe High School.

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