marshall county high school

Taylor Inman

It’s been one year since the shooting at Marshall County High School. It was 7:57 a.m. when then 15-year-old Gabe Parker allegedly opened fire on his classmates, killing two and injuring more than a dozen. Cloi Kennedy and Hailey Case were freshman at the time and witnessed the shooting. They've been best friends since the 6th grade. Taylor Inman speaks with Kennedy and Case about that day and how their lives have changed since. 

Marshall County Schools’ officials have alerted parents and students that the high school is hosting a first responder appreciation breakfast Wednesday morning and to not be alarmed by the sight of Lifeflight helicopters on the school’s campus.

Wednesday is the one-year anniversary of a shooting at the high school that claimed the lives of two students. School officials told parents in an email sent out Tuesday afternoon that the school is hosting the breakfast in the school’s cafeteria at 7:30 a.m.

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Tragedy struck in late January when a gunman opened fire in a crowded atrium at Marshall County High School, killing two teenagers and injuring many more as terrified students fled for their lives when gun violence shattered a rural Kentucky community.

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An evidentiary hearing to determine whether witness tampering occurred in the Marshall County High School shooting case is set for February 1st. The date was set in a hearing on Friday.

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Physicians are banding together under the trending hashtag "This Is My Lane" after comments from the National Rifle Association suggested they "stay in their lane" when it comes to gun violence. Vanderbilt physician Dr. Sterling Haring is among those in the medical field speaking out and sharing personal stories of tending to victims of gun violence. He tended to Marshall County High School shooting victims. Taylor Inman speaks with Haring about gun violence and his contribution to a new book.

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Candidates for Marshall County judge/executive and county sheriff faced off Monday night in the first of two forums hosted by Marshall County High School’s AP Government Class. Students posed questions regarding campaign priorities and plans to benefit the community.

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Murray State University's School of Nursing and Health Professions and the Kentucky Nurses Association are setting up a scholarship to honor a victim of the Marshall County High School shooting.

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Marshall County High School students are receiving a $50,000 scholarship for winning first place in the Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Entrepreneurship Challenge. 

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Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North was greeted with a standing applause welcome at a Republican rally Friday night at a rally at Murray State University.

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The case involving the accused Marshall County High School shooter is scheduled for another status hearing on March 8.

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