There has been another school shooting and this time it's in Virginia.
Police say a teacher and a guidance counselor were shot in the hallway of Armstrong High school in Richmond at about 10 this morning.
The teacher suffered a stomach wound, but it's not considered life threatening.
The guidance counselor suffered a minor flesh wound.
Police say two males have been taken into custody.
It's unclear if they are students.
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Armstrong High School is a couple of miles northeast of downtown Richmond, near Oakwood Cemetery.
Students there were just about to start their summer vacation when the shootings happened.
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Most of the kids were taking their final exams today.
Authorities have identified one of the wounded adults as a history teacher and basketball coach, Gregory Carter.
A Richmond radio station is reporting that today's incident may be connected to another event that happened at the school last Friday.
Two deaths occurred at Smith Mountain Lake yesterday.
Authorities say a man apparently fell into the lake and drowned after drinking with friends.
The victim has only been identified as a white man in his 40s who lives in Franklin County.
Authorities do not suspect any foul play, but they say alcohol was "definitely a factor."
Authorities have identified the victim killed in a jet ski accident at Smith Mountain Lake yesterday.
40-year-old Jon W. Cooper of Lynchburg was riding a jet ski when he collided with another jet skier.
The accident happened at Bernard's Landing shortly after 3 p-m.
Rescue crews pronounced Cooper dead at the scene.
Authorities say 41-year-old Moneta resident Gloria Purdue was riding the other jet ski but was not injured.
The crash is under investigation, but state game wardens say no charges are pending.
A motorist faces reckless driving charges after her passenger was killed in a car wreck in Alleghany County last night.
State police say Francis Barnett lost control of her car on Interstate 64 before running into the median and overturning.
Her passenger died at the scene.
And in a separate accident in HENRY County, state police suspect alcohol contributed to another single-car accident that killed the driver.
Authorities say 32-year-old Sharon Frazier Watkins of Ridgeway was ejected from the vehicle when she ran off of Route 87, struck a guardrail, and flipped over.
Authorities in Henry County are looking for a murder suspect.
Someone shot and killed 26-year old Kenneth Lee Bruce early Saturday morning in Bassett.
It happened while a group of people were gathered on Hardin Road.
Sheriff's deputies say they know who pulled the trigger but have not been able to locate him.
Another man was also shot in the leg in the incident.
Anthony Tyrone Menefee is recovering in a North Carolina hospital.[NATO]
Some eighty-five NATO warplanes, including U-S fighter jets, roared into the sky today just outside the border of the Yugoslav province of Kosovo (KOH'soh-voh).
The show of force, called "Operation Determined Falcon," is part of
an effort to persuade Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to end his bloody crackdown in Kosovo on ethnic Albanian separatists.
Mark Phillips reports from Aviano Air Base in Italy.
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A Marine pilot and navigator whose jet caused a deadly gondola crash in Italy are under scrutiny in North Carolina.
A military hearing into the incident began this morning at Camp Lejeune.
It will determine whether the two will face a court martial.
Twenty people plunged to their deaths when the jet sliced through a gondola cable last February.
A preliminary investigation by the Marines blamed the crew for the accident, saying the jet was flying too low and too fast.
Economic sanctions may soon be a thing of the past for Iraq.
U-N chief weapons inspector Richard Butler told reporters today that Iraq has agreed on a two-month schedule to wind up disarmament work.
That gives Baghdad a time frame for lifting U-N sanctions.
Butler will report back to the Security council in October.
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The Security Council imposed sanctions on Iraq after it invaded Kuwait in 19-90.
A new organization in Lynchburg hopes to field comments and complaints from citizens who have something to say about the city's police force.
Officials recently announced the formation of the "Lynchburg Police Foundation".
It's a citizens group designed to gather public input on police activities and get some answers from the men and women in blue.
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((COL. CHARLES BENNETT/LYNCHBURG POLICE CHIEF: CERTAINLY, WE'RE LOOKING TO CONSTANTLY IMPROVE OUR ABILITY TO SERVE THE CITY. AND THE WAY THIS IS BEING DONE IS I THINK EXACTLY THE WAY IT NEEDS TO BE DONE. IN ALL OF OUR GOVERNMENT, WHERE CITIZENS SAY THIS IS OUR GOVERNMENT, AND RATHER THAN JUST COMPLAIN, THESE PEOPLE ARE REALLY MAKING A DIFFERENCE.))
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The foundation's first project will be to raise money to buy two "speed trailers" for the police department.
The trailers monitor a motorist's actual speed and compare it to the posted speed limit.
They'll be placed in areas where citizens have complained about unsafe drivers.
Mountain bikers have more options when it comes to where they cycle, thanks to a Roanoke park.
Yesterday, the Virginia Explore Park hosted a Bike Festival to commemorate the completion of the first phase of a 30-mile Mountain Bike Trail System.
The completion of the phase is good news for the park's future.
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((ROGER ELMORE/EXPLORE PARK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; IT MEANS THAT WE'RE ON SCHEDULE WITH WHAT WE WANT TO DO TO REALLY DEVELOP THE RECREATIONAL COMPONENT OF THE PARK. IT MEANS THAT WE'LL BE READY TO START ON THAT NEXT SECTION THIS FALL AND HOPEFULLY KEEP ON SCHEDULE AND OVER THE COURSE OF TIME GET TO THAT 30 MILE LIMIT OF TRAILS THAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR.))
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About 5000-hours of volunteer work have gone into the project since it was announced in November.
A second phase is expected to be completed by next spring.
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One key to running a successful business may involve educating employees on personal finances.
Scott Goldberg tells us why in this week's Common Sense.
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((There's a new study out of Virginia Tech that says too many people are stressed at work.
They're worried about money -- their money -- and their inability to handle personal finances.
Dale Preator is a financial adviser who says these worried workers are hurting their companies' bottom lines.
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GETTING TAXES STRAIGHTENED OUT, GETTING BILLS STRAIGHTENED OUT, GETTING COLLECTIONS STRAIGHTENED OUT, EVEN PAYING BILLS AT WORK TIME TAKES AWAY FROM THE PRODUCTIVITY. IT'S NOT JUST THE WORK TIME ACTIVITIES IT TAKES AWAY. IT'S THE ATTITUDES AND FEAR THAT'S CARRIED INTO THE WORKPLACE. WHEN PEOPLE ARE AFRAID, THEY GET PARALYZED. AND SO THEY MAY NOT BE ACTUALLY PAYING BILLS -- THEY'RE JUST PARALYZED. THEY'RE NOT DOING MUCH OF ANYTHING. ))
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The Virginia Tech study says if employers teach employees how to handle their personal finances,
It could save the company thousands of dollars a year.
That's this week's Common Sense.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
Updating our top story now.
Richmond is the site of the latest school shooting.
Police say a history teacher and a volunteer were shot at Armstrong high school shortly after 10 this morning.
A 14-year-old student has been arrested and police are questioning another student in connection with the crime.
Neither of the injuries are considered life threatening.
There is no word yet on motive.