World Bulletin / News Desk
At least two people are dead Friday after a gunman opened fire at a dormitory at Central Michigan University and the suspect remains at large, authorities said.
"Police confirm two individuals were fatally shot at Campbell Hall on campus this morning," the university said on its Twitter page. "The deceased are not students, and police believe the situation started from a domestic situation."
School and law enforcement officials warned students not to approach the gunman, described as a 19-year-old and considered armed and dangerous.
The university has about 23,000 students and is about 125 miles northwest of Detroit.
Mount Pleasant police and the Isabella County Sheriff's Department are assisting university police, officials said.
Special agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are enroute to the university to assist in the investigation.
Decision follows Trump's pledge to end “war games” during Singapore summit
Conservative bill was widely expected to fail in the chamber
Washington urges Moscow to reign in ally amid offensive in de-escalation zone
‘Koko touched lives of millions as an icon for interspecies communication and empathy’, Gorilla Foundation says
Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says they will look into strengthening transatlantic bond in summit next month
Administration to no longer require immediate legal proceedings for undocumented adults who cross illegally with children
Trump administration makes request following backlash over its immigration policy
President says he will take ‘preemptive’ action to halt the actions that have drawn widespread criticism
Al-Sadr’s Sairoon bloc fails to form governing coalition with Al-Wataniya, National Wisdom Movement
Top Trump advisers arrive in Cairo after earlier stops in Jordan, Saudi Arabia
Official results of May 12 elections have been dogged by controversy
Muhammed Ebu Dekka was wounded by Israeli gunfire on May 14, says Palestinian Health Ministry
Protestors march from Bryant Park to United Nations headquarters
U.S. withdrew from UN rights council, accusing it of being hypocritical and biased against Israel