Serbian police said they arrested a suspect in a shooting attack that killed at least eight and wounded 14, the nation's second mass shooting in two days. Serbia's president vowed tough gun measures.
A 39-year-old woman was killed and four other women were injured after a gunman opened fire in a downtown Atlanta medical office building, police said.
Authorities say Robert Singletary turned himself in to the sheriff's office in Tampa on Thursday, two days and some 600 miles away from the shooting. One victim is still in the hospital.
Authorities are looking for the North Carolina man they say shot a kindergartner and three others. It's the fourth high-profile incident this week in which apparent mistakes were met with gunshots.
The shooting happened just after midnight in the grocery store parking lot the cheerleaders use when carpooling to practice. One of them, described as an all-star cheer icon, was critically injured.
The child has not been charged in the shooting of Abby Zwerner, 25, a teacher at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives released a major report that details how stolen guns and emerging technology like "ghost guns" play a factor in gun violence in the U.S.
Police said Monday that one man had been charged and two other people remained in custody in a targeted shooting at an alternative educational program designed to keep at-risk youth away from trouble.
Ten others were wounded in the mass shooting in Monterey Park on Saturday, police said. The incident took place near one of Southern California's largest Chinese New Year street festivals.