POSSIBLE EXPLOSIVE DEVICES; 8 DEAD AT TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING
Another Friday, Another Shooting, Another School Mass Murder - this time explosives have been discovered on and off campus as well. Multiple fatalities have been confirmed after a shooting at Santa Fe High School southeast of Houston on Friday morning, according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said. "The number varies, but it could be anywhere between 8 to 10 fatalities at the school, including students and some adult staff as well," he said. A suspect is in custody, and a second person has been detained for questioning, Gonzalez said earlier Friday. The suspect is described as a current student at the school in Santa Fe, Texas. Around noon, news of another potential threat emerged. The Santa Fe Independent School District announced, "Possible explosive devices have been located at the school and off campus."Police are "in the process of rendering them safe," the district said, adding that the school was evacuated.Gov. Greg Abbott is slated to hold a news conference in Santa Fe at 2 p.m. ET. The governor has also spoken with President Trump about the attack.The shooting reportedly began before 8 a.m. local time, putting the school on lockdown and sending police rushing to the scene. Several witnesses have said the attacker was armed with a shotgun.