marshall county high school

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.

Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools

Graves County High School students donated $5,000 to the victims of the Marshall County High School shooting on Thursday. 

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

  Marshall County High School increased counseling services Thursday in the wake of a shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people.

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

A Kentucky teenager accused of fatally shooting two classmates and wounding several more is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.

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. 

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

A Kentucky grand jury is meeting to consider charging a teenager as an adult in a shooting that killed two classmates and wounded many more at Marshall County High School.

Nicole Erwin / WKMS

Marshall County High School, where two students were killed in a shooting last month, has begun using metal detectors as an added security precaution.

marshall.kyschools.us

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

Kentucky Department of Education

Kentucky’s education commissioner is asking Kentuckians to wear blue and orange on Friday  in honor of the staff and students at Marshall County High School and in memory of the victims of the school shooting last week.

Dr. Bob Davies, Murray State University

Like most schools in the region, Murray State University had a wintry start to the Spring semester, but things are kicking into gear despite delays. On Sounds Good, Matt Markgraf speaks with MSU President Dr. Bob Davies about some of those efforts, along with the university's connection to Marshall County High School in the wake of a recent tragic shooting, what Governor Matt Bevin's proposed budget cuts could mean for the university and strategic plan and enrollment efforts.

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