Three people were injured in a shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland on Tuesday morning, according to a county spokesman.
In the fallout of the shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland, many different storylines have developed. Here’s all of them in one place.
Jaelynn Willey, the 16-year-old girl wounded in the school shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland, died Thursday night, hours after her parents said they would take her off life support.
The 14-year-old boy shot in a hallway at Great Mills High School minutes before class started Tuesday is in good condition Wednesday, hospital officials confirmed. The boy, who has been identified as Desmond Barnes, was shot in the thigh and is being treated at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital.
Gunfire rang out at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland as classes began Tuesday morning, the latest school shooting to rattle parents and set off another round of the national debate over gun control.
As school systems across the country debate arming staff, Gov. Larry Hogan and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff praised the actions of the school resource officer who fired at a gunman at Great Mills High School.
In the span of a couple of decades, the ubiquitousness of social media and smart phones video has meant that students in shootings now are using mobile social media in the moment to document their experiences.
When Republican state Del. Deborah C. Rey heard the nation’s latest school shooting was unfolding at one of the three public high schools in her rural Southern Maryland district, she started to pray.
We can all be grateful that a school resource officer intervened in a Maryland school shooting — and grateful that he had the training not to make matters worse.
Two students were injured and a third, the gunman, was killed at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland just before the first bell of the day on Tuesday. Students recount the terror of realizing there was a shooting at their school.
Baltimore mayor: As we experience yet another tragic school shooting, this time in our own backyard at Great Mills High School in Lexington Park, Md., we can take heart knowing that an unanticipated force has emerged in these early days of 2018: the force of our young people demanding change.
The shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland on Tuesday morning, in which two students were wounded and a third, the alleged shooter, was killed, was not the first incident of school violence in the state.
Great Mills High School, where a shooting Tuesday resulted in two injuries and the death of the alleged gunman, is in an unincorporated town near the southern tip of Maryland in St. Mary’s County.
You might say that what Andrea Koller did that night in New York, and what she lived to talk about, personifies what thousands of women in red T-shirts have set out to do across the country: Protect their young.
Law enforcement officials said the 17-year-old shooter at a St. Mary's high school used a 9mm Glock handgun. That firearm requires training, fingerprinting and license to purchase, and can only be bought by people over 21 years old.
The 16-year-old girl injured during a shooting at Great Mills High School on Tuesday has been identified as Jaelynn Willey.
The handgun used in Tuesday’s shooting at Great Mills High School was legally owned by the shooter’s father, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday.
It's a whole lot more challenging to get a driver's license than purchase a gun in Maryland.