Oct 27, 2019

Greenville, Texas, shooting at homecoming party kills two people

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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.

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Fresno mass shooting: What we know so far

Police in Fresno, California, said at least four people were killed and six others wounded in a backyard shooting on Sunday evening, local news outlets first reported. "No suspect is in custody," AP reports.

Details: Fresno Police Lt. Bill Dooley said in an initial briefing that the suspect had entered the property in the city that's southeast of Sacramento and opened fire during a football watch party about 6 pm. Deputy Chief Michael Reid later told reporters that three people died at the home, where "at least 35 people" were present.

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Las Vegas mass shooting claims 59th victim, two years on

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California woman Kimberly Gervais has become the 59th person to die from injuries sustained in the Las Vegas shooting massacre, a coroner confirmed in a statement on Monday.

Why it matters: The shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, which occurred when a gunman opened fire from his Mandalay Bay hotel room before killing himself, is the deadliest in modern U.S. history.

Go deeperArrowNov 19, 2019

El Paso Walmart set to reopen more than 3 months after mass shooting

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The Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, where a mass shooting killed 22 people in early August will reopen its doors on Thursday, per the AP.

The big picture: The AP reports that the retail chain has hired off-duty police officers to staff its stores across the city — a security measure that El Paso's police department spokesman said it had once practiced but discontinued by the time of the shooting.

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