There's been a workplace shooting at a beer distributorship in Manchester, Conn., and authorities say that at least three people are dead and three wounded.
Police identified the shooter as Omar Thomas, who was an employee of Hartford Distributors where the shootings took place. Police said that Thomas shot himself when officers approached and is dead, the Hartford Courant reported.
By the time the gunfire ended Monday at an Albuquerque fiber optics manufacturer, three people were dead and three others were wounded before the gunman took his own life, the Associated Press reported.
Police said a gunman entered the Emcore Corp. facility and opened fire.
The attack appeared to involve the 37-year-old gunman's ex-wife or girlfriend, police said. Police chief Ray Schultz said the gunman was a former employee, the AP reported.
There was a deadly workplace shooting Tuesday at a Southern California casino where a man who had been recently fired from his job opened fire in his ex-boss' office and then shot himself.
The shooting happened at the the security office of the Barona Gaming Commission building in San Diego County. The man entered the building, ordered three secretaries to leave and then opened fire in the manager's office.
"Confusing and chaotic" is how police Sgt. Kimberly Munley described last week's deadly shooting spree at Fort Hood.
Thirteen people died and dozens were wounded in the gunfire, which was brought to an end when Munley opened fire on the suspect, Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan.
Munley, shown here in the hospital with Defense Secretary Robert Gates, was interviewed on Wednesday's episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show." Also appearing was fellow first responder, police Sgt. Mark Todd.
But, Munley was also wounded, which she vividly recalls, despite the chaos.
It felt, she said, like "a muscle being torn out of my leg."