Here are the 67 mass shootings that have happened in the US since Parkland
Mourners pause as names are read aloud during a community vigil at Newtown High School in Connecticut for the victims of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Here are the 67 mass shootings that have happened in the US since Parkland

In the three months since 17 students and faculty members were killed by a suspected lone gunman at a high school in Parkland, Florida, there have already been 67 more mass shootings in America, according to the Gun Violence Archive. The victims were gunned down at parties, outside of restaurants and nightclubs and on the dark streets of the towns they grew up in — but you won’t see their names in a hashtag anytime soon.

Students across the country staged 17-minute walkouts on March 14 in tribute to each of the 17 victims of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. As the news cycle has churned on, keeping its lens trained on Parkland’s teen survivors and their dogged pursuit of tougher legislation around the sale and purchase of firearms, other forms of gun violence have continued to ravage American communities unabated, barely managing to scratch the surface of the national consciousness.

The Gun Violence Archive defines a mass shooting as four or more victims injured or killed in a single incident, “at the same general time and location, not including the shooter.” Into that category fall drug deals gone awry, late-night disagreements and gang-related violence — incidents that evade the simpler moral categorization of a school shooting.

While President Donald Trump has suggested training and arming teachers as a partial solution to curb gun violence in schools, data shows mass shootings are happening in all types of public spaces. As the Parkland teens galvanize a generation of young activists before our eyes, here are 67 more incidents that illustrate the true scope of our national tragedy in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

Feb. 16: Oklahoma City (1 killed, 3 injured)

Less than 48 hours after the first calls to 911 were made in Parkland, another mass shooting — this one perpetrated by an alleged gang member — had taken place in Oklahoma City.

According to the Oklahoman, one person died and three others were injured after an alleged member of the Indian Brotherhood gang opened fire with a handgun in a home. One of the victims who spoke to the news outlet said he had never seen the shooter before, but had heard rumors an attack was imminent after he’d had a falling out with the gang.

Feb. 17: Memphis, Tennessee (5 injured)

Just after 2 a.m. Feb. 17, five people were hospitalized after a mass shooting outside a nightclub in downtown Memphis.

Three male victims, ages 29, 31 and 37, were listed in critical condition; two other victims, a 34-year-old man and 19-year-old woman, were both expected to survive their injuries, police told local station WREG.

Mohammed Alkabsh, who owns a Valero gas station next door to the nightclub, told the station people ran in to take shelter from the gunfire as it was happening. 

“For something to just pop up like this, I couldn’t believe it,” he said. “It’s kind of hard now just to feel good, you know what I mean?”

Feb. 17: Kansas City, Kansas (1 killed, 7 injured)

At around 11:45 p.m. Feb. 17, Kansas City, Kansas, police were called to respond to a potentially gang-related shooting, which left one dead and seven injured, officials told the Kansas City Star.

The man who died was in his 20s.

Feb. 18: San Antonio (4 injured)

On the evening of Feb. 18, a masked shooter “emptied a clip” into a family sitting on a bench outside a Texas Roadhouse restaurant in San Antonio.

“Police said two of the victims were taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries,” USA Today reported. “One of the victims, a 6-year-old boy, was shot in the leg, but did not have life-threatening injuries.”

Authorities believe the shooting was not random and that it may have been a “family violence situation,” according to USA Today.

Feb. 23: Riviera Beach, Florida (1 killed, 3 injured)

A 28-year old man was killed and three injured after a shooter opened fire in the National Village community of Riviera Beach, Florida, on Feb. 23.

According to police officers who spoke to the Palm Beach Post, the incident seemingly stemmed from a “street-level narcotic sale.”

Feb. 26: Detroit (5 killed)

Detroit police told a local Fox affiliate that three people were fatally shot at a gas station and another victim was found dead nearby in a connected shooting on Feb. 26.

The suspect, George Davis Jr., later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound as he attempted to run from police. Details about what precipitated the deadly ordeal weren’t immediately available.

March 3: Brooklyn, New York (1 killed, 3 injured)

One man was killed and three others were injured during shootings at four separate, nearby locations in Brooklyn, New York, on March 3.

Local station KNBC reports that the NYPD found a man fatally shot near Kings Highway in East Flatbush on Saturday night, and then discovered three other men who had been shot several blocks apart from each other.

It was not immediately clear whether or not the men had all been together when the shooting occurred, but the three injured men were all expected to survive their injuries.

March 3: Miami (4 injured)

Four members of a group of friends were wounded when an unknown suspect began firing off rounds into a crowd in Miami on March 3.

Police identified the victims as a 13-year-old boy, a 16-year-old boy, a 19-year-old man and a 20-year-old man. The injured parties were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center for treatment. None of the wounds were life-threatening, police told the local ABC affiliate.

March 4: Rockford, Illinois (1 killed, 4 injured)

One man was killed and four others were injured after shots rang out at a party in Rockford, Illinois, in the early hours of March 4, WIFR reports.

The man who died, 31-year-old Theodore Daniel, was the stepfather to a Rockford teen who was shot and killed in November of 2016.

March 7: Hurtsboro, Alabama (2 killed, 2 injured)

Gunshots fired in a Huntsboro, Alabama, restaurant on March 7 left two men dead and two more injured, AL.com reported.

According to Sheriff Heath Taylor, a man entered the City Grill Cafe early in the morning and yelled out the name of the restaurant’s owner, 69-year-old Donald Wayne Hughes, before opening fire. Hughes was shot and died from his injuries. 

The alleged shooter was arrested in his home shortly after the incident and charged with murder and attempted murder, AL.com reports.

March 11: South Bend, Indiana (6 injured)

A shooting inside a South Bend, Indiana, home on March 11 left six people injured with “varying wounds, none of which appeared life-threatening,” the South Bend Tribune reported.

The victims reportedly ranged in ages from 17 to 35.

“As soon as I heard it all go off, I hit the floor,” a neighbor told the Tribune. “Then I got up and I watched a lot of people run out of the house and peel out of here.”

March 9: Wadesboro, North Carolina (3 killed, 1 injured)

Three people were killed and another injured at Mr. D’s Bar and Grill in Wadesboro, North Carolina, at around 11:25 p.m. on March 9.

Local outlet WBTV reported that suspect Robbie Harris “was arrested and charged with three counts of first-degree murder and one count of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury with intent to kill.”

March 11: Champaign, Illinois (1 killed, 3 injured)

One man was killed and three other individuals were injured during what witnesses described as a “verbal argument” near an intersection in Champaign, Illinois, early in the morning of March 11.

According to the News-Gazette, the 34-year-old man who was killed has been identified as Montrez Vonner, but it’s unclear whether or not he was the intended target of the “multiple shots” that were fired. Two women, ages 18 and 23, and a 23-year-old Champaign man were also injured in the shooting, but their injuries were non-life-threatening, police told the Gazette.

March 11: Saginaw, Michigan (5 injured)

A 4 a.m. disagreement at a party in Saginaw, Michigan, left at least five male victims injured on March 11, Lt. David Kaiser told MLive.com.

According to Kaiser, all of the victims are in stable condition and the incident is currently under investigation.

March 12: Modesto, California (4 injured)

Four people were shot in Modesto, California, on March 12 as they stood together in a garage. Police told local NBC affiliate KCRA that the shooter, or shooters, had hit the victims after firing at the garage door, which was closed at the time. No suspect is currently known.

All four victims were transported to the hospital for treatment. One of the victims was listed in serious condition, while the other three victims sustained only non-life threatening injuries, Modesto police said.

March 13: Macclenny, Florida (4 injured)

A drive-by shooting in Macclenny, Florida, left four people hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries on March 13, the Baker County Sheriff’s Office told News 4 JAX.

According to the report, two people — a man and a woman — were later arrested in connection to the shooting.

March 17: Harvey, Illinois (4 injured)

Four men were seriously injured after a male suspect walked into The Boxxx Gentleman’s Club in Harvey, Illinois, around 4 a.m. on March 17 and opened fire, the Chicago Sun Times reported.

Investigators told the paper that the incident had apparently begun at a separate nightclub in another town, and that they had “some good leads” on a suspect after reviewing security footage from the scene of the crime.

March 17: Louisville, Kentucky (7 injured)

A shooting at Cole’s Place nightclub in the Parkland neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky on March 17 left seven people with varying degrees of bullet injuries, police told local CBS News affiliate WLKY.

Metro Councilwoman Jessica Green, who represents the district that the nightclub is located in, told the outlet that her “heart dropped” after she heard the news of the shooting.

“I was devastated,” Green said. “I was hurt because this has become an all too familiar story that we are hearing about that goes on in our community.”

March 21: San Francisco (1 killed, 5 injured)

After a 21-year-old man allegedly opened fire in a San Francisco barbershop on the afternoon of March 21, a subsequent shootout with police left the suspect dead and five others injured, including a police officer, the Associated Press reported.

March 24: Salt Lake City (4 injured)

A drive-by shooting in a West Valley City Walmart parking lot that may have been gang-related left four people injured on March 24, police told the Deseret News.

According to the report, a 14-year-old girl, a 36-year-old man, a 22-year-old man and a 23-year-old man were all hospitalized for their injuries.

March 29: Camden, New Jersey (4 injured)

Around 4 p.m. on March 29, a gunman opened fire inside of a Camden, New Jersey, business, injuring four people, the Courier Post reported.

The victims, all of whom were male, were all expected to survive their injuries, police spokesman Dan Keashen told the Post.

March 29: Plano, Texas (1 killed, 3 injured)

A Plano, Texas, apartment shooting on March 29 left 29-year-old Quintarius Young dead and three others injured, the Dallas Informer reports.

According to police, the three wounded victims were all expected to survive their injuries. Police later arrested 18-year-old Franklin Barnes in McKinney, Texas, in connection to the shooting. An investigation into a motive for the shooting is pending.

April 1: Asbury Park, New Jersey (5 injured)

Five people were injured in a drive-by shooting near the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Monmouth Avenue in Asbury Park, New Jersey, on April 1, according to the Asbury Park Press.

Charles Webster, spokesman for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, told the Press that all five men “were with a group of people when a car pulled up and fired several shots, striking the victims before driving away from the scene.”

Three of the men, ages 25, 27 and 29, were hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries, according to Webster, and two others, ages 27 and 31, were treated and later released.

April 1: Saginaw, Michigan (5 injured)

Four women and one man were shot during a house party in Saginaw, Michigan, on April 1, marking the second mass shooting at a suburban house party in the city in less than a month.

Michigan State Police Lt. David Kaiser told MLive.com that all of the victims were transported from the “large party” to the hospital in private vehicles and were expected to survive their injuries.

April 1: Mobile, Alabama (5 injured)

A shooting at what police described as a “teen concert” in Mobile, Alabama, on the night of April 1 left five people with gunshot wounds and two people injured from being trampled in the chaos that ensued.

Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste told local outlet WKRG that all seven of the injured victims were teenagers aged between 15 and 18.

April 3: Houston (1 killed, 3 injured)

Four men were shot during a drive-by shooting in Houston on the night of April 3, authorities told local outlet KPRC2.

Tweets from the Harris County Sheriff’s office later said that one of the male victims that had been hospitalized and listed in critical condition had died from his injuries.

April 4: New Orleans (2 killed, 2 injured)

After a quadruple shooting at an apartment complex in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans on April 4, two men are dead and a woman and toddler are injured, police told the Times-Picayune.

New Orleans police confirmed that one of the men who was killed, 25-year-old Ryan Massey, was the father of a 4-year-old son.

Several witnesses present at the crime scene when investigators arrived told the Times that the violence might have been sparked by a disagreement over a dog.

“It’s all senseless,” one man said.

April 6: Virginia Beach, Virginia (1 killed, 3 injured)

A quadruple shooting in Virginia Beach at around 10 p.m. on April 6 left one man dead and three other victims with non-life threatening injuries, CBS News 3 reported.

April 6: Jacksonville, Florida (4 injured)

Four people were injured, one man critically, during a shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, on the night of April 6. A Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office spokesperson told Action News Jax that a dark-colored vehicle had been spotted fleeing the scene after what witnesses described as “12 to 15 gunshots.”

April 8: Miami (2 killed, 2 injured)

One Miami Northwestern Senior High School 10th-grader and one former student were killed on April 8 after they were caught in a hail of gunfire in a Liberty City alleyway.

According to ABC News 10, police said that two other former or current students of the high school were also injured in the attack, during which an unknown group of men fired off up to 25 gunshots at the group of friends.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Emma Gonzalez, who has been a vocal proponent of gun reform legislation ever since a shooting at her own Florida high school killed 17, tweeted a message in support of the victims.

“Liberty City is on my mind, sadly not for the usual reasons,” she posted on Twitter. “We gotta use this grief, take it in our hands and mold the future with it; the best way to feel relief from pain is to prevent it from happening to anyone else. Injustice Anywhere is Injustice Everywhere. #LibertyStrong.”

April 8: Hickory, North Carolina (1 killed, 3 injured)

One man was killed and three others injured after a night at the Vault Bar and Lounge in Hickory, North Carolina, turned deadly on April 8. The man who died was 20 years old, according to the Charlotte Observer, and the injured men ranged in ages from 23 to 28.

April 9: Vallejo, California (4 injured)

A shooting outside a Vallejo, California, apartment complex left four people injured on the night of April 9, police told CBS affiliate KPIX.

According to the report, police investigating the crime scene found a Ford Focus riddled with bullet holes on the passenger side and a dozen bullet casings in the apartment complex parking lot. The four injured parties were men and women in their 20s, police said, and all of them arrived at Sutter Solano Medical Center in Vallejo with non-life threatening injuries.

April 15: Shreveport, Louisiana (6 injured)

Shreveport Police are investigating after a dark-colored vehicle pulled up to Trendsetters Tattoo at around 4:30 a.m on the morning of April 15 and opened fire, KSLA reports.

Six people in total were shot — one woman and five men — and although the full extent of their injuries was unknown, all were expected to survive, according to the report.

April 18: Asheville, North Carolina (4 killed, 3 injured)

Lifelong Asheville, North Carolina, resident Erica Nichelle Smith was killed along with two of her six children when a lone gunman — who police suspect was a former boyfriend — opened fire in her home on April 18.

According to the Citizen Times, Smith’s 10-year-old son called 911 to report the shooting. Killed along with 32-year-old Smith was her 15-year-old child, Keithan Whitmire, and her 13-year-old child, Harmony Smith.

Smith’s former boyfriend, 35-year-old Maurice Garner, was found dead near the family’s home of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. According to Asheville police, he had no criminal record, and the couple had no recorded history of domestic violence disputes.

April 20: San Francisco (1 killed, 5 injured)

A 20-year-old man was killed and five other men injured during a shooting that occurred at around 11 p.m. on the night of April 20, CBS San Francisco reported. No information about the shooter or a motive was immediately known.

April 21: Philadelphia (2 killed, 2 injured)

A 19-year-old man has been charged with double homicide in Philadelphia after a shooting on the night of April 21 left two men dead. According to Fox 29, the man is suspected of becoming angry after he was kicked out of a house party that was taking place near Temple University in the city.

April 22: New Orleans (1 killed, 5 injured)

A 25-year-old man confessed to committing a “violent crime spree” that left one man shot dead, five others with gunshot wounds and two cars hijacked in New Orleans on April 22.

According to Nola.com, the man was later apprehended by police and eventually confessed to fatally shooting 38-year-old “Lil’ Ricky Goins” as they drove in two separate vehicles at around 4:25 p.m. The suspect reportedly told police that his actions had been spurred by a “domestic issue.”

April 22: Antioch, Tennessee (4 killed, 3 injured)

An April 22 shooting in an Antioch, Tennessee, Waffle House restaurant left four people dead and several others injured. The suspect — 29-year-old Travis Reinking — led police on a 34-hour manhunt throughout the Nashville region before he was discovered hiding in a wooded area about a mile away from the restaurant where he had carried out the shooting spree.

According to reports, Reinking had been showing signs of mental instability for years. In 2017, he was arrested outside of the White House in Washington, D.C., after attempting to breach a security border in order to speak to President Donald Trump. In May 2016, Reinking told a police officer that he believed pop singer Taylor Swift had been stalking and harassing him.

After his parents warned police officers that Reinking owned guns and was suicidal, officers wrote in a subsequent police report that they had once advised Reinking’s father, Jeffrey Reinking, to “lock the guns back up until Travis gets mental help which he stated he would.” But in spite of all the warning signs, Reinking’s father eventually handed three of the confiscated rifles and a handgun back over to his son.

April 24: Flint, Michigan (4 injured)

Flint police are still searching for a suspect after four people were injured during a shooting on the night of April 24. According to NBC25, one of the injured individuals was in critical and three others were in good condition in the wake of the shooting.

April 25: St. Louis (3 killed, 1 injured)

Murder charges were issued to a 27-year-old male suspect in connection to a triple homicide in St. Louis County’s Spanish Lake neighborhood.

Fox 2 Now reports that the suspect was charged with three counts of murder in the first degree, one count of assault in the first degree and four counts of armed criminal action, and is currently being held without bond.

April 25: Pine Bluff, Arkansas (4 injured)

Four victims sustained non-life-threatening injuries after a late-night shooting outside of a Pine Bluff, Arkansas, residence on April 25, KATV reports.

Police officers who responded to the scene encountered three male victims, ages 27, 34 and 34, as well as one 37-year-old female victim. All four victims were transported to a local hospital.

April 28: Maxton, North Carolina (5 injured)

Five people sustained non-life-threatening injuries during a shooting in Maxton, North Carolina, in the early hours of April 28.

Sheriff Kenneth Sealey told local NBC affiliate WMBF that the shooting had occurred on Modest Road at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning, and said that an investigation was ongoing.

April 29: West Palm Beach, Florida (1 killed, 3 injured)

Police are searching for the man they believe killed one woman and injured three other individuals during a shooting at a Puerto Rican nightclub in West Palm Beach, Florida, on April 29.

According to local outlet WPTV, a 24-year-old mother of one was fatally shot after one man opened fire inside La Isla Del Encanto nightclub. The injured individuals were treated for non-life threatening injuries and have since been released from the hospital.

April 29: Monroe, North Carolina (1 killed, 3 injured)

Police in Union County, North Carolina, have arrested one male suspect in connection with a shooting at a residence in Monroe on April 29 that left one man dad and three others injured.

According to WCNC, the suspect, 36-year-old Torey Brooks, was taken into custody without incident a little more than two weeks after the shooting occurred.

April 29: Seattle (2 killed, 5 injured)

A shooting that occurred in the parking lot of a motorcycle club in Skyway, Washington, left two men dead of multiple gunshot wounds on April 29, the Seattle Times reported.

According to the report, two other individuals also sustained gunshot wounds, and a total of five victims were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment, including a car driver and passenger who were “so traumatized by the incident they had to be hospitalized, as well.”

Sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Ryan Abbott told the Times that a motive for the shooting was still unknown, but said that law enforcement is “following up on a ton of leads and still interviewing witnesses.”

April 29: Wartburg, Tennessee (4 injured)

A man who allegedly opened fire on two neighbors in Wartburg, Tennessee, on April 29 was disarmed by three men, according to USA Today, at least one of whom was a former police officer.

The suspected shooter, a 58-year-old man, was arraigned on four counts of aggravated assault and one count of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, according to the report. Both injured men were transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center, treated for minor injuries, and released.

April 30: Washington, D.C. (4 injured)

An early morning drive-by shooting in the northeastern quadrant of Washington, D.C., left four people injured and streets closed off on April 30 as law enforcement officials surveyed the scene.

According to WUSA9, all four injured victims were hit by gunfire as they traveled by car in the eastbound lanes of New York Avenue, and the suspects who opened fire were in a separate vehicle.

All four victims were taken to a nearby hospital and were expected to survive their injuries.

April 30: Pompano Beach, Florida (4 injured)

Four people were injured during a shooting inside a crowded nightclub in Deerfield Beach, Florida, in the early hours of April 30, WSVN Miami reported.

Witnesses who spoke to the outlet said that after a dispute broke out on the dance floor of an afterparty that had been taking place at the Tropicante nightclub at around 2:30 a.m., a man brandished a gun and began firing off shots.

“Next thing you know, the boy pulled out the gun and – pow, pow, pow,” Maya Hall told WSVN. “One person punched him in the face, and after that he pulled out the gun and just started shooting.”

May 1: New Orleans (5 injured)

Five people were hospitalized for gunshot wounds after gunfire broke out around St. Claude Avenue in New Orleans at around 12:30 a.m. on the morning of May 1.

New Orleans police told WDSU that all five victims were in the vicinity of the Piety Street area when the gunfire began.

May 2: Brooklyn, New York (1 killed, 4 injured)

A shooting outside of the Marcus Garvey Apartments in Brownsville, Brooklyn, on May 2 left one 18-year-old man dead and four other individuals injured, one critically, the New York Daily News reported.

The teenager was rushed to nearby Brookdale Hospital with gunshot wounds to the stomach, but medics were unable to save him.

May 2: Minneapolis, Minnesota (6 injured)

A shooting at the Little Earth of United Tribes housing development in Minneapolis, Minnesota, left six people injured on May 2.

Police told WCCO that a 46-year-old woman, a 16-year-old boy and a 19-year-old man were among those caught in the hail of gunfire that erupted just before 8 p.m. Three people were reportedly arrested in connection to the shooting, including a 14-year-old boy.

May 2: Chicago (1 killed, 4 injured)

Several people were injured and one woman was killed during a shooting on Chicago’s West Side on May 4.

According to the Chicago Sun Times, the woman who died was 21 years old. She was transported to Mt. Sinai Hospital at the time of the shooting for treatment for four gunshot wounds to her ribs, shoulder and back, and later pronounced dead.

May 4: Chicago Heights, Illinois (4 injured)

Four people sustained gunshot wounds after a shooting at a party on the 200 block of East 23rd Street in Chicago Heights, police told the Chicago Tribune. Three of the victims received treatment for their injuries at St. James Hospital, according to the report, but nformation on the fourth victim’s condition was not immediately known.

May 4: Henderson, North Carolina (4 injured)

Police in Henderson, North Carolina, are working to learn more about a shooting that injured four people on May 4, according to a press release obtained by CBS17.

Four victims, ranging in ages from 23 to 47, all sustained gunshot wounds and were transported to local hospitals for treatment, police said.

May 5: Columbus, Georgia (5 injured)

Police told Columbus, Georgia, outlet WTVM that multiple people had been shot at a block party and taken to an area hospital for treatment on May 5. The updated conditions of the five victims were not immediately available.

May 6: Memphis (2 killed, 4 injured)

Two 18-year-old victims were shot to death in Memphis on May 6, but friends told police that it was unlikely that the pair was the initial target.

In addition to the two teens who were killed, four other victims were injured, including a 14-year-old girl, and have since been released from the hospital, according to WREG.

May 6: Stillwater, Oklahoma (4 injured)

A fight that may have broken out over a stolen necklace prompted a shooting in the parking lot of White Barn Estates clubhouse in Stillwater, Oklahoma, on May 6, police told NewsOk.

According to the report, four people were hit by bullets in the venue’s parking lot after a tip jar theft prompted security personnel to shut down a party on the premises. As 200 to 300 people filed out of the premises, an unknown suspect opened fire, striking four victims.

May 7: San Diego, California (5 injured)

Five victims were transported to local hospitals in San Diego on the night of May 7 after a shooting outside of Petco Park wounded five people.

San Diego Police Capt. Mike Holden told CBS 8 that the violence was potentially gang-related.

May 9: Omaha, Nebraska (4 injured)

Four people were injured, one critically, on the front porch of their apartment complex in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 9 in what police told KLNKTV they had classified as a drive-by shooting.

Video recovered from the scene showed two suspects in a green vehicle, one toting a silver revolver, according to the report.

May 11: St. Louis (4 injured)

A shooting in a residential neighborhood in St. Louis left two adults and two children with gunshot wounds on May 11.

Police told KMOV that the victims had been getting out of a car when two black cars drove down the street and their passengers opened fire.

The victims were taken to a local hospital for treatment, police said.

May 11: Talihina, Oklahoma (1 killed, 4 injured)

Four state troopers were injured in a hail of gunfire on May 11 during a shootout with a potential suspect in a burning building in downtown Talihina, Oklahoma.

KTUL Tulsa reports that the suspect, who was killed in the showdown and has yet to be identified, was being investigated under suspicion of having illegal weapons and had a felony record.

All four injured law enforcement officers were expected to survive their injuries.

May 12: Paulsboro, New Jersey (4 injured)

A birthday party in Paulsboro, New Jersey, turned violent on May 12 after what police believe to be more than one shooter opened fire.

Three men and one woman were hit by bullets, CBS reports, and another man was hit as he attempted to flee the scene. Two of the male victims were in critical condition, according to the report.

May 12: Omaha, Nebraska (7 injured)

Seven people sustained non life-threatening injuries during an Omaha, Nebraska, birthday party on May 14, the Omaha World-Herald reported. All of the victims ranged in age from 16 to 21 years old.

May 13: Stockton, California (3 killed, 2 injured)

Three family members were killed and two people injured during a shooting in Stockton, California, on Mother’s Day, RecordNet reports.

The victims who were killed included a 5-year-old girl and her parents, who had been celebrating the holiday together.

“Based on the type of violence this was, involving parents and a 5-year-old, I haven’t seen this kind of violence in my 25 years,” Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones said. “Especially because this family was together celebrating Mother’s Day. It’s just very impactful and we are working hard to solve it.”

May 14: Baltimore (4 injured)

A shooting near a playground in Baltimore left four people injured on May 14, police told the Baltimore Sun. Two of the victims were 18 and two were 22, according to the report. All four were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

May 16: Ponder, Texas (5 killed, 1 injured)

A man entered a home in Ponder, Texas, and shot his ex-wife, her three children and her boyfriend on the morning of May 16 before turning the gun on himself, according to police.

While the ex-husband, children and boyfriend all died from their injuries, the ex-wife was the lone survivor, according to the Dallas News.

May 18: Santa Fe, Texas (10 killed, 10 injured)

Ten people were killed and several more injured during a school shooting at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas, on May 18. Police later discovered explosive devices hidden around campus.

Authorities apprehended 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis in connection to the deadly incident. In a press briefing, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said that the shooter had used two weapons to commit the attack — a shotgun and a .38 revolver — both of which were owned legally by Pagourtzis’ father.

Pagourtzis has been booked in the Galveston County jail on no bond and charged with capital murder and aggravated assault of a peace officer, according to the Washington Post.

A since-deleted Facebook page linked to Pagourtzis suggested that he might have been sympathetic to white supremacist ideals.

May 19, 2018 9:31 a.m.: This story has been updated.

Correction: April 4, 2018
An earlier version of this article misstated the dates of the shootings in Salt Lake City and Houston. The Salt Lake City shooting happened on March 24, and the Houston shooting happened on April 3.