11:34am — According to ABC NEWS, which cited local police, the shooting at Alpine High School in West Texas resulted in one student injured. The gunman died from an apparent self-inflicted shot, police said. All schools in the Alpine Independent School District are on “critical lockdown.”

11:15am EDT
DEVELOPING:  All major news outlets are reporting that one person has been shot at Alpine High School in western Texas, and two shooters are believed to be on the loose, the Brewster County Sheriff’s office said Thursday.  The school, which has about 280 students, was placed on lockdown, the school district said.  The school is in Alpine, a community of about 6,500 people roughly 200 miles southeast of El Paso.  Thursday’s shooting came just over two weeks after the new school year began.

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