Town Struggles After Shootings

Town struggles to get back to normal after six killed in shootings

People in the west-central Ohio town of Bellefontaine are trying to get their lives back to normal while investigators pieced together the hours before a weekend rampage that left six dead.

Authorities believe 18-year-old Scott Moody shot his grandparents, mother, sister and two friends before killing himself early Sunday, hours before he and one of the victims were to graduate from high school.

His 15-year-old sister, Stacy Moody, remains in critical condition at a Columbus hospital. Tim Lyden -- longtime agriculture teacher at Riverside High School in nearby De Graff -- says the shootings left residents numb.

Lyden and four of his other students spent part of their Memorial Day somberly tending livestock at the farm where the shootings happened. He says Scott Moody's family enjoyed entering animals in dairy shows at the state fair and other venues.