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Springfield, Oregon / School Shooting Aftermath #381695

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 25, 1998
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Springfield, OR: Bill Whitaker) Aftermath of the school shooting in Springfield, OR, featured; funeral of victim Ben Walker reported; scenes shown in Springfield of funeral and the fence by school. [Calvary Temple Reverend Ray TOWBRIDGE - delivers eulogy.] [Neighbor Sue McCUMSEY, CHILDREN say the Kinkels were loving people, and "something went wrong" with Kip.] [Thurston superintendent Jamon KENT - wants students to be comfortable again; wishes he could tear down the cafeteria and rebuild.] [Student Channon VOYCE - says not to tear down the cafeteria.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(DeKalb County, Georgia: Byron Pitts) New Peer Mediation school program in DeKalb County, Georgia, featured; background of DeKalb County school violence mentioned. [Principal Shirley REEMS - describes Peer Mediation program.] [STUDENTS - work through a problem; say good things about program.] [Teacher Angela JENNINGS - says problems need to be worked on soon.]

Reporter(s):
Pitts, Byron;
Smith, Harry;
Whitaker, Bill
Duration:
00:04:40

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