While statements made by several Oklahoma politicians make it clear they believe the key to preventing mass shootings lies in increasing mental health funding rather than tightening gun laws, mental health experts believe the solution is more nuanced.
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After the recent horror of multiple mass shootings -- at a garlic festival in California; a Walmart in El Paso, Texas; and, finally, a popular…
After the St. Patrick’s Day massacres, my column called for moderation in the two extremes between gun bans and mass shootings. This week’s massacres in El Paso and Dayton, plus five more months of random killings, have been factors in changing my position: Gun advocates, to keep their guns, should demonstrate they can prevent mass shootings and ensure the public safety.
"The victim became uncooperative with EMS and refused further treatment and left the scene. Later in the morning he again called for an ambulance to bring him to St. Mary’s, where they discovered he had a small-caliber gunshot wound to the chest." — Capt. Tim Jacobi
McALESTER, Okla. — Videos of officer-involved shootings are often redacted, either to conceal the identity of innocent bystanders or to hide what is often graphic footage.
ELKHART, Ind. – Three people were shot dead and a fourth seriously injured Wednesday morning at an apartment complex in this northern Indiana city. Elkhart police said the gunman was among the dead.