DETROIT (AP) - A shooting near a Detroit high school has killed one teenager and injured three others as classes let out for the day.
Deputy Police Chief James Tate says four students ages 15 and 16 were shot Thursday near Henry Ford High School. Details are sketchy, but a spokesman for a nearby hospital says a 16-year-old boy has died.
Police say three victims are hospitalized. Tate says a gunman stepped out of a car and fired at the students. The gunman then sped away.