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Nicole Erwin, WKMS

The superintendent of Marshall County Schools released on Friday a list of school security measures now in place at Marshall County High School. 

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

Marshall County High School is preparing for students to walk out of class on Wednesday.

Screenshot from court video

'Cold and callous' were the words a Marshall County Detective used to describe accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.

Screenshot from court video

Marshall County Circuit Court has released previously sealed documents in the case of accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.  The Kentucky Court of Appeals ordered Thursday that an arraignment video along with other documents involving the January 23 shooting be released.

Note: Watch Gabe Parker's previously sealed arraignment video below.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The teenager accused of opening fire on classmates at Marshall County High School will be tried as an adult on felony charges of murder and assault.

Finding Ways to Move Forward After a Tragedy

Feb 14, 2018

  Tragedy struck close to home when a student opened fire in the commons area of Marshall County High School on January 23rd, eleven minutes before the first bell rang. 20 students were injured, 16 of which were gunshot wounds. Dr. Michael Bordieri visits Sounds Good to discuss how the community might take steps to move forward after that horrific morning.

The counseling center that opened in Marshall County following the high school shooting last week is closing, though other services remain available. 

Marshall County Emergency Management Facebook Page

  A dozen golden retrievers brought relief to students at Marshall County High School this week.

rido, 123rf Stock Photo

School safety has been on the minds of many people after the shooting at Marshall County High School last week that the took the lives of two students.


The American Red Cross is holding a community Blood Drive in Benton on Tuesday, January 30. The Marshall Strong Blood Drive will be in the Marshall County Arts Center from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.