school security

Bulk of money went to equipment upgrades, some also spent on training and consultants

Wound appears to be self-inflicted. Condition of teen not known

Secure entrances will allow exterior doors to be locked down during school hours

A.J. Jones, Bridge

It used to be that someone in Michigan was more likely to die in an auto accident than from firearms. But in the last three years that has changed. Freelance writer Pat Shellenbarger discovered that when he examined guns in Michigan for Bridge Magazine.  He spoke with WMUK's Gordon Evans

School security, emergency preparedness also discussed by education and law enforcement officials