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Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The track team from a Kentucky high school where a deadly shooting happened received a warm welcome at a Tennessee restaurant.

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

Marshall County Judge Executive Kevin Neal said he believes recent comments made about a denied request for additional school resource officers were for political gain.

Ryan Hermens, pool photo

Marshall County High School shooting suspect 16-year-old Gabe Parker will continue being tried as an adult.

After the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14, students across the country have raised their voices to protest gun violence: "Enough is enough." "Never again." "Not one more."

For Lela Free, a freshman in Marshall County, Ky., another phrase comes to mind.

"We should have been the last," she says.

Just weeks before the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, a student armed with a handgun entered Marshall County High School in Kentucky. He killed two students, and injured 18 others.

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

The superintendent of Marshall County Schools released on Friday a list of school security measures now in place at Marshall County High School. 

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Seeking to prevent school shootings, the Kentucky House of Representatives has passed a bill that would require any district with enough money to employ one mental health professional for every 1,500 students.

Ryland Barton

Students from across Kentucky traveled to the state Capitol to rally against gun violence as part of demonstrations that took place across the country on Wednesday. 

Nicole Erwin, Ohio Valley ReSource

In a recently released court video, Capt. Matt Hilbrecht of the Marshall County, Kentucky, Sheriff’s office testifies about his interrogation of Gabriel Parker, the 15-year-old accused of a mass shooting at Marshall County High School in January.

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

In the wake of the January shooting at Marshall County High School, Kentucky lawmakers have advanced a bill that would require schools to employ mental health professionals to recognize symptoms of trauma in students.

Ryan Hermens, pool photo

The attorney representing the Marshall County High School shooting suspect has filed motions challenging the Marshall County Circuit Court’s jurisdiction and to give the Attorney General time to weigh in. 

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