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Jaylen Fryberg's father was convicted of buying the gun his son used to kill four classmates and himself last year at Marysville-Pilchuk High School.
Documents point to a chilling motive for why Jaylen Fryberg chose to kill his cousin and three friends before shooting himself in October.
Jaylen Fryberg also sent a friend a photo of himself with a gun between his legs minutes before he opened fire on fellow students.
Zoe Galasso's mother said she even hugged the mom of shooter Jaylen Fryberg after his Oct. 24 murder-suicide.
A fourth teenager has died after being shot by a classmate in a Washington state high school last month, hospital officials said late Friday.
More than 200 well-wishers lined the road leading onto the Tulalip Indian Reservation to welcome Nate Hatch, who survived the Oct. 24 shootings.
The school shut down on October 24th when a student shot and killed three classmates and wounded two others before taking his own life.
Shaylee Chuckulnaskit, 14, died Friday, just a day before a memorial for another victim of the Oct. 24 shootings, Zoe Galasso.
Hundreds attended a memorial service for 14-year-old Zoe Galasso on Saturday, a gathering described as a "celebration" of the young victim's life.
Shaylee Chuckulnaskit's death raises to four the number of fatalities from the moment when a student opened fire in a cafeteria then shot himself.
"Many of our kids are fearful to return to school," the Tulalip Tribes said after a member of the tribes shot five friends, killing two of them.
Students, teachers and parents prepare for return to classes at Marysville, Washington's, Pilchuck High School, in the wake of a deadly school shooting. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.
The Marysville Pilchuck High School cafeteria, where a freshman killed two students and himself last week, could be remodeled or "repurposed."
Police say he sent text messages to the five teens that he then shot before killing himself.
Three victims remain in the hospital following the tragedy at a Washington state high school as police learn just how premeditated the shooting was.
Voters in Washington state will decide on two gun control initiatives next week just as a teen wounded in Friday's shooting rampage succumbs to her injuries. NBC News' Tracie Potts reports.
One of four students seriously wounded in the shooting at a Washington high school on Friday has died, hospital officials said.
Officials are investigating why alleged gunman Jaylen Fryberg walked into his school cafeteria and began shooting his friends.
Compounding the tragedy of the Marysville shooting is the fact that many in the small community are connected to both the attacker and the victims.
Two days after a high school freshman in Washington state shot five classmates and then himself, the reason why is unclear. Here is what we do know.
A second vigil was held in Marysville, Washington, after a deadly high school shooting but a motive behind the gunman's rampage remains unclear.
It began with shots in the cafeteria and ended with two dead and a few others in critical, yet severe, condition.
A student gunman killed himself and another student, and injured four others in a shooting at a Washington school Friday.
A social studies teacher, who has only been full-time at the school for a couple of months, tried to stop a student shooter in the cafeteria Friday.
Marysville Pilchuck High School Sophomore Erick Cervantes, an eyewitness to the shooting at his school, describes the scene inside the cafeteria.
Jaylen Ray Fryberg was happy and gregarious on the outside. But the gunman in the deadly Washington high school shootings was full of turmoil.
Joanne Roberts, Providence Hospital Everett spokesperson says the two female victims from the Marysville school shooting remain in critical condition, and that the next three days will be crucial in the teen's recovery.
Mourners gathered at a vigil after Friday's deadly school shootings in Marysville, Washington.
“They couldn’t be closer than three brothers,” the grandfather of one of the victims of Friday’s attack tells TODAY.
Students from Marysville packed an auditorium Friday night for a vigil to remember those hurt and killed in Friday's shooting.
Ambulances raced away with the injured from Marysville Pilchuck High School to a nearby hospital where 25 doctors responded to the shooting.
Jaylen Ray Fryberg, identified as the student who opened fire at a Washington state high school, was described as a happy, popular football player.
Ambulances raced away with the injured from Marysville-Pilchuck High School to a nearby hospital where 25 doctors responded to the shooting.
Marysville-Pilchuck High School students give first-hand accounts of deadly shooting.
Police say the student who opened fire at the school is dead. They're not saying whether the other person was a student or staff.
School officials have locked down Marysville Pilchuck High School following reports of a possible shooting on campus.