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Rising Toll: At Least 18 Kids, 2 Adults Shot Dead at a Texas Grade School
Emergency personnel gather with a gurney of medical supplies near Robb Elementary School following Tuesday's lethal shooting spree. (AP)
Though the grim toll continued to change on Tuesday evening, one thing remained clear: This was the deadliest grade school shooting in the U.S. since the devastating spree at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut a decade ago. The shooter's motives remained under investigation. [Full Story]
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