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'Cold and callous' were the words a Marshall County Detective used to describe accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.

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Newly released Kentucky State Police search warrant records reveal details about the accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker. 

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Marshall County Circuit Court has released previously sealed documents in the case of accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.  The Kentucky Court of Appeals ordered Thursday that an arraignment video along with other documents involving the January 23 shooting be released.

Note: Watch Gabe Parker's previously sealed arraignment video below.

MATT MARKGRAF, WKMS

The Kentucky Court of Appeals ordered on Thursday Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Jamie Jameson to release court documents, including an arraignment video involving the Marshall County High School shooting case.

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

  Marshall County High School has invited a school crisis expert to spend three days assisting students and staff in their recovery from a school shooting that killed two and injured 18 others on January 23.

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Kentucky's chief justice has denied a motion from prosecutors seeking to remove a judge from a high-profile school shooting case. 

MATT MARKGRAF, WKMS

Circuit Court Judge Jamie Jameson denies any misconduct in the Marshall County High School shooter case. That’s according to responses filed by his office to the Kentucky Court of Appeals to a writ filed by lawyers representing Paxton Media Group.

MATT MARKGRAF, WKMS

Commonwealth’s Attorney Mark Blankenship’s Office is requesting a special judge step in to preside over the Marshall County High School shooter case.

Jenni Todd, WKMS

Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton was recently in Murray, visiting businesses including Iwis and Pella as well as touring the engineering programs at Murray State University. She also stopped by WKMS.

On Sounds Good, Matt Markgraf speaks with Hampton about healing in the Marshall County community after a school shooting there last month, the Bevin administration's response to gun violence, the pension overhaul, STEM education, business growth and infrastructure demands.

Courtesy of Austin Mathis

Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Byars said his life and the lives of his officers will never be the same since the events on this day, one month ago, when a student at Marshall County High School opened fire on classmates, killing two and injuring more than a dozen. 

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