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Ohio Fraternity House Shooting Kills 1
Police in Youngtown, Ohio, are looking for two suspects in a shooting at a fraternity party that killed one person and injured 11 others.
Police now say they have leads on two people they believe opened fire on the Omega Psi Phi fraternity house off the Youngstown State University campus at about 4 a.m.
Jamail Johnson, a 25-year-old senior, was shot dead; 11 others were wounded, one critically. Six of the wounded also are university students.
Youngstown police say the gunfire came from outside the house, where about 50 people were gathered.
University spokesman Ron Cole says police have increased their presence on the campus. Classes will go on as scheduled on Monday.
In a statement, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he has offered state resources to help track down the shooters.
YSU President Cynthia Anderson met at the hospital Sunday with injured students and their families.
"This is one of those days that every university president across the country, as well as many other officials, always dread," Anderson said at a news conference on campus.
Anderson said she had been assured by police that there was no threat to the northeast Ohio campus. Copyright 2011 WKSU-FM. To see more, visit http://www.wksu.org/.