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2 dead in Kentucky high school shooting

Fourteen people were wounded, two of them fatally, in a Tuesday morning shooting at Marshall County High School in western Kentucky, Gov. Matt Bevin said at a news conference.

Another five people sustained other injuries. A 15-year-old male student was arrested at the scene and will be charged with murder, according to Bevin. The slain victims were a boy and a girl, both 15 years old.

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Another high school has turned into a scene of carnage, this time in western Kentucky.

At least one person was killed after a shooter opened fire Tuesday at Marshall County High School, Gov. Matt Bevin said. Seven others were taken to hospitals, county emergency management said.
The suspect has been arrested, but no motive has been released.

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