Shooter Takes Deadly Toll at Virginia Tech
August 30, 2007 Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine says he agrees with a new report on the Virginia Tech massacre, but he says he won't call for the firing of university officials involved in the decision making on the tragic day. The report says the university could have done more to prevent the April shootings.
August 30, 2007 More than four months after the shootings at Virginia Tech, a state panel investigating the incident released its final report. It criticizes university officials both for the response to the shootings and for their handling of Seung-hui Cho in the months leading up to the April killings.
August 30, 2007 Persistent signs that Seung-hui Cho might be disturbed and suicidal were largely ignored by his parents, teachers and counselors, a new report says. The report provides a comprehensive look at the student who killed himself after gunning down 32 students at the campus.
May 11, 2007 More than a year before the Virginia Tech shootings, Seung-Hui Cho appeared on the radar of state mental-health officials. He was ordered to get psychiatric help but it's unclear whether he did. State mental health officials say that they are determined to adapt Virginia's mental health system.
April 25, 2007 Virginia police provide new details about last week's shooting rampage at Virginia Tech. They said Seung-hui Cho fired 170 shots in Norris Hall, where most of the killings took place. But they still don't know why the killer chose either location, or what, if any, link there is between the two.
April 23, 2007 Classes resume at the campus in Blacksburg, Va., one week after 33 people died in a shooting rampage blamed on student Seung-hui Cho. Monday morning, a Buddhist singing bell was rung three times to begin a moment of silence and then three more times to end it.