Teenage Suspect Dead After Active Shooter Incident At School In Richmond, IndianaAn active shooter situation at a middle school in Richmond, Indiana, ended Thursday morning with the teenage gunman killing himself, after police confronted him inside the school.
Active Shooter Reported At Walter Reed Military Medical Center Said To Be A DrillAccording to military officials, the active shooter reported at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Tuesday afternoon was a drill.
Mercy Hospital Cancer Patient Recounts Terrifying Moments Hiding From Gunman Inside Utility ClosetA woman who was at Mercy Hospital Monday afternoon for radiation treatment said she and others took cover inside a utility closet as a gunman opened fire nearby. 
Three People Hurt In Wisconsin Workplace Shooting, Suspect DeadFour people were reportedly shot after a suspect opened fire at an office building in Middleton, Wisconsin.
Active Shooter Study: Semi-Automatic Rifles More DeadlyNew research shows active shooters with semi-automatic rifles wound and kill twice as many people as those using non-automatic weapons.
Cincinnati Bank Shooting Leaves 4 Dead, Including GunmanPolice say they've responded to an active shooter situation at the Fifth Third Bank building in downtown Cincinnati and there are multiple injuries.
'Active Shooter' Seminar Advises How Not To Become A VictimThe Applied Tactical Training Academy will be showing people how to react to an active shooter situation.
Strategies Against Active Shooters Becoming More CommonCBS 2's Vince Gerasole talks with an area law enforcement expert who advises businesses on what to do when a mass shooting erupts.
DuPage County Police Agencies Preparing For Next Big 'Incident'An Incident Management Assistance Team, or IMAT, will help local police departments in DuPage with the command and control of large-scale events such as an active-shooter situation or big protest.
Suburban Police Practice 'Active Shooter' ResponseCBS 2’s Mai Martinez takes us inside potentially life-saving training.
U Of I Sends Out Scary Text Message By MistakeThe University of Illinois police department is a little red-faced, after scaring some students and university staff members Thursday with a frightening text message that was sent by mistake.