CNN reports on the latest school shooting, this one in Arkansas.
Two people were killed and one wounded in a shooting at the University of Central Arkansas on Sunday, according to a hospital spokesman.
The shooting prompted a campus lockdown.
One suspect was in custody and three others were being sought, police said in a recorded message.
Even with these sparse details, I think the questions we've often discussed can be raised again. Is this kind of incident preventable? How? Should the gun-free status of universities be changed and licensed gun owners encouraged to carry on campus? Or would that solution move us into an area of even greater problems?
The UCA site will hopefully contain some updated information later today.