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UPDATE: Vice Principal dead after school shooting


NEBRASKA (WKOW)-- Omaha, Nebraska police say a high school vice principal has died after being shot by a student.

Omaha police say the 17 year old was a student at Millard High School.  Around lunch-time he shot two school officials.  The principal is listed in stable condition. The vice principal died at the hospital.

No students were hurt.

The 17-year-old was the son of an Omaha Police Detective. He shot himself after leaving the school.


NEBRASKA (WKOW) -- Police say Omaha, Neb., shooting suspect is dead, suspect was a student at high school.

The Omaha World Herald is reporting that the shooting suspect was a student. His father is Omaha Police Det. Robert Butler.

The senior at Millard South High School was found by police in a car about 1:30 p.m. after Principal Curtis Case was shot inside the school. He was in stable condition at 2:30 p.m.

A woman also was shot in the school. Her condition and name have not been released.

Police found the suspect in a red Honda Accord outside in the 3900 block of South 147th St. Authorities requested an ambulance for the suspect. A witness near the scene said the suspect was dead inside the vehicle.

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