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A criminologist in Kentucky says it’s hard to know if the suspected teen shooter at Marshall County High School fits the profile of a typical mass murderer.

Blake Farmer, WPLN

A hospital spokeswoman in Nashville, Tennessee says two more victims of the Kentucky high school shooting have been released. 

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The 15-year-old accused in a school shooting that killed two students and left 18 others bleeding and broken appeared Thursday before a juvenile court judge who found probable cause to detain him on preliminary charges of murder and assault.

Nicole Erwin | Ohio Valley ReSource

Marshall County Kentucky is still reeling from the school shooting that left two students dead and another 18 injured. As with so many communities around the country, people are searching for answers, including how the shooter got the gun. As Nicole Erwin of the Ohio Valley ReSource reports 27 states have laws requiring safe storage of firearms to prevent child access. Kentucky does not.

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A day after two teenagers were killed and 18 others injured in a shooting at Marshall County High School, state legislators weighed in on whether the General Assembly should pass any policies to try and prevent similar tragedies.

Blake Farmer, WPLN

One person injured in a Kentucky school shooting has been released from the hospital, and conditions have been upgraded for three others.

The Marshall County High School Class of 2013 is among groups collecting donations to benefit the victims and families involved in the school shooting Tuesday.

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

President Donald Trump says he's spoken with Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin on Wednesday, a day after a deadly shooting at a high school there. 

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

Prosecutors won't yet seek attempted murder charges against the 15-year-old suspect in a deadly shooting spree at Marshall County High School and will charge him with first-degree assault for now.

Sydni Anderson, WKMS

Police say a 15-year-old boy fired the first shots at Marshall County High School at 7:57 Central time Tuesday morning, striking 16 people. A total of 20 students were injured. Of the 16 who had been shot, two have died.