The Hunt County Sheriff's Office said two people were killed and 14 others injured in a shooting at a "homecoming party" in Greenville, Texas, just before midnight Saturday, WFAA first reported. Police said the shooter remains at large, per AP.
Details: Hunt County chief deputy Buddy Oxford told a news conference the shooting happened about 11:45 pm at a party for Texas A&M University at Commerce's homecoming weekend, NBC News reports. The college said the incident happened off-campus, CBS News notes. ABC News reports the FBI was investigating and on the scene.
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Editor's note: This article has been updated with new details throughout.