Community Copes with School Shootings Red Lake, Minn., remains in shock a day after a teenager killed nine people and himself during a shooting spree at the local high school. The violence, for which officials say they can still not find a motive, occurred Monday at the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and Oran Beaulieu, tribal health director for the Red Lake band of Chippewa Indians.
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Community Copes with School Shootings

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Community Copes with School Shootings

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Community Copes with School Shootings

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Red Lake, Minn., remains in shock a day after a teenager killed nine people and himself during a shooting spree at the local high school. The violence, for which officials say they can still not find a motive, occurred Monday at the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and Oran Beaulieu, tribal health director for the Red Lake band of Chippewa Indians.