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The man suspected of fatally shooting three people Wednesday at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, taught at East Carolina University and graduated from Duke University.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. — Robert Crimo Jr. knew that his young son had threatened violence in the family home, promising to “kill everyone,” prosecutors said. The son, Robert Crimo III, had expressed interest in committing a mass shooting in an exchange with a camp counselor and later sent text messages suggesting that he wanted to end his own life.
Julie Bosman, New York Times
In the days after a shooter killed at least 18 people in Lewiston, Maine, advocates of stronger gun laws decried the state's relatively lax gun laws.
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporter
Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023 -- "(The AR-15) is an icon. It's a symbol of freedom." That is how gun manufacturers have promoted the rifle -- not as a tool for hobbyists and sportsmen but as a lifestyle accessory that stands for freedom, individualism and masculine self-sufficiency.
Jamelle Bouie, New York Times
A New York Times report revealed family of the Maine mass shooter warned police months before the shooting about his behavior.
Maine's authorities are trying to piece together the events that led to the worst mass shooting in the state's history. A sheriff's office reported Monday that the shooter's family had expressed concerns about his deteriorating mental health five months before the rampage.
DAVID SHARP, ROBERT F. BUKATY, JAKE BLEIBERG and PATRICK WHITTLE, Associated Press
The man suspected in the mass shootings in Maine is dead. Authorities said they found the body of 40-year-old Robert Card in Lisbon Falls. They said he died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound near the Androscoggin River.
Maine police held a press conference and announced the death of Robert Card, the man suspected of killing at least 18 people in Maine's deadliest mass shooting.
A massive manhunt continues for 40-year-old Robert Card, the suspect in a horrific mass shooting that happened Wednesday in Lewiston, Maine.
An urgent manhunt is underway in Maine as law enforcement continues to search for the man suspected of killing at least 18 people in a mass shooting on Wednesday. Tens of thousands remain under Shelter-in-Place orders until he is found.
Heavily armed police surrounded a home Thursday as they searched for a U.S. Army reservist who authorities say killed 18 people and wounded 13 in a mass shooting at a bowling alley and a bar in Lewiston, Maine.
Governor Janet Mills said at least 18 people are dead and 13 injured after Wednesday's mass shooting in Maine.
A witness describes hiding from the Maine mass shooting gunman while listening to the terrifying moments he opened fire inside a bowling alley.
Hundreds of law enforcement are on the hunt for the shooter who killed at least 15 people and injured dozens more in a mass shooting Wednesday in Maine.
Police are searching for the man who opened fire Wednesday at two locations in Maine, killing at least 15 people and wounding many more.
Multiple events this weekend marked one year since the Oct. 13, 2022, mass shooting in Raleigh's Hedingham neighborhood.
Eric Miller, WRAL anchor/reporter
For Dan Blue, a state senator and resident of Raleigh's Hedingham community, the cycle of mass shooting, mourning, thoughts, prayers and questions is one that happens again and again.
Chris Lovingood, WRAL anchor/reporter
The City of Raleigh holds a memorial to the lives lost and first responder sacrifices after a mass shooting in October 2022
The City of Raleigh hosted a quiet "remembrance ceremony" outside the Raleigh Municipal Building on Friday afternoon to mark a year since a mass shooting that claimed five lives.
Matt Talhelm and Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporters
Friday marks one year since the Hedingham shooting that killed five innocent people. Friday afternoon, people from across Raleigh will gather here at city hall for a remembrance ceremony to honor those who lost their lives that day.
On Oct. 13, 2022, Tom Karnatz and his wife, Sue, went for a run on the Neuse River Greenway, headed in opposite directions. Sue did not come home.
Ashley Rowe, WRAL anchor/reporter
The City of Raleigh has planned "Healing Together" events on Oct. 13 and 14, 2023, to mark a year since the mass shooting that claimed five lives.
Kelsey Coffey and Chris Lovingood, WRAL reporters
A judge ruled that Austin Thompson - who was 15 when, investigators say, he killed his brother and four others in Raleigh's Hedingham neighborhood - should be tried as an adult.
On Wednesday, family members of the Raleigh mass shooting victims reacted to the news that the suspected teenage shooter should be tried as an adult.