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Students Arrested In Colorado School Shooting

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On Wednesday, a day after their arrest on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, two teenage students made separate court appearances, accused for fatally shooting a classmate and injuring eight others in a school located in Denver suburbs.

Judge Theresa Slade from the Douglas County District, presided over the case for both proceedings and ordered that the two suspects be held without bond, pending their next court dates, which has been set for Friday, formal charges are expected to be filed then.

The youngsters are accused of opening fire with handguns on their fellow students on Tuesday in two separate classrooms at the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) School, located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, which is approximately 25 miles south of Denver.

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