Red Lake Students Back in Class

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Three weeks after a shooting spree left 10 dead on the Red Lake reservation in Minnesota, high school students return to classes this week. But investigators have raised more questions about who knew what prior to the tragedy. We have an update on life in Red Lake after the shootings.

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Chris Dunshee, principal of Red Lake High School

Dan Gunderson, bureau chief of Minnesota Public Radio station WSCN in Moorehead

Dr. Kathleen Annette, Bemidji Area Director of Indian Health Service

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