1 dead, 1 hurt in Winston-Salem State University shooting
WINSTON-SALEM - School officials say a shooting at Winston-Salem State University has left one student dead and another wounded.
The university says a suspected gunman is on the loose and visitors to the campus on Sunday are urged to stay away.
University spokesman Aaron Singleton says the slaying victim was 19-year-old Anthony White Jr., a second-year student from Charlotte.
Singleton says a second student injured in the attack was released from the hospital early Sunday. His name and condition were being withheld.
The shooting was reported around 1:20 a.m. Sunday near a dormatories. The campus was locked down for about three hours.
Singleton says police are looking for a suspect, but he would provide no other information.
The historically black school was celebrating its homecoming weekend, when former students and staff return.
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