An Army veteran shot five times during a rampage at an Oregon college has recounted how the gunman looked like "he was playing a video game."
"He looked directly at me and said ... you are the lucky one, I will not shoot you if you give this to the cops," Mathew Downing said Friday.
Some protesters who arrived to contest the president's visit said they opposed what they called Obama's anti-gun agenda.
Julie Woodworth remains in critical condition one week after the deadly shooting at an Oregon community college.
A victim of last week's deadly shooting at an Oregon college who was hailed as a hero tried to save other students was released from hospital.
The man who gunned down nine people at an Oregon college killed himself in front of students after two police officers wounded him in a shootout.
The mother of a gunman who killed nine people in Oregon last week had written in the past about her enthusiasm for firearms.
Carolyn Kellim, 86, is living proof that, in the right hands, firearms can also contribute to acts of kindness.
Obama's visit Friday with families of victims of last week's shootings at Umpqua Community College will be private, a White House official said.
A student who survived last week’s deadly community college shooting told NBC News that she doesn’t "hate" the gunman believed to have killed nine people.
The gunman had already shot several students at close range when he stood inches from Lacey Scroggins and demanded she stand up.
At 16 years old, Cheyeanne Fitzgerald, is the youngest victim of Thursday’s shooting at Umpqua Community College.
While the nation focused its grief on a mass shooting in Oregon on Thursday, dozens more lives were lost in shootings across the country.
Many of those who spoke with NBC news at a Donald Trump event Saturday said they don't believe gun laws would prevent more mass shootings.
Mercer was a student at Umpqua and was enrolled in the class where he opened fire, according to authorities.
The nine people killed during a shooting at an Oregon college ranged in age from 18 to 67.
Gun rights' advocates said the college was a "gun free zone" while gun control advocates accused them of steering attention from mass shootings.
For the second time since a deadly shooting rampage left at least 10 people dead at an Oregon community college, President Barack Obama on Friday expr
An Army veteran was shot seven times while trying to save other students during the deadly Oregon community college rampage, according to his aunt.
Oregon's governor and three congressmen said that a college shooting that left ten dead should be a catalyst for change, but none offered specifics.
A young woman who had a bullet lodged in her back from the Oregon community college shooting rampage is "alert, awake, talking," a surgeon says.
"If you want to come on the campus and you want to shoot five people, you are going to do that before our security would arrive," he told the newspaper.
"Love ya," Jason Johnson, 33, told his mother on Thursday before he headed to class. "I'll see you this afternoon."
A shooting at a school in Oregon is just the latest massacre that President Obama has had to respond to.
Former acquaintances and social-media postings have begun to paint the picture of Christopher Harper Mercer as a withdrawn young man.
Two students in the classroom next to where the Oregon gunman opened fire said they thought the initial gunshot was a book or table that fell.
When gunfire rang out Thursday afternoon, the medical community in the small town of Roseburg, Oregon, sprang into action.
At least 10 people were killed and seven others were injured when a gunman opened fire Thursday on a campus in southwest Oregon.
This week's campus shooting renewed the gravest concern a parent has when sending their kid to school. Stay calm by staying informed.
At least 10 people were killed after a gunman opened fire on the campus of Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
The sheriff overseeing the investigation of an Oregon college shooting has been vocal in opposing state and federal gun-control legislation.
Obama compared the efforts spent to combat terrorism with what he called Congress' refusal to allow steps that could reduce gun deaths.
Complete remarks by President Barack Obama after at least 10 people were killed at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
Here are some of the deadliest mass shootings that have happened at schools and other locations across the U.S. in recent years.
Visibly angry at least 10 people were killed at an Oregon college, the president declared: "Thoughts and prayers are not enough."
A student at Umpqua Community College heard what sounded "like a car backfiring" before she was told the campus was on lockdown.
Thursday's mass shooting on a college campus in Oregon came as the state began tightening restrictions on gun purchases.