UPDATE #3: A statement now from Gov. John Hickenlooper:
This is an unspeakable horror and something no child, no family should have to endure. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Arapahoe High School community and those affected by this senseless act of violence. We thank law enforcement and first responders for their swift work. All of Colorado is with you.
UPDATE #2: Arapahoe Sheriff's Department now reporting that the shooter is dead.
UPDATE: The Denver Post's Ryan Parker reports via Twitter that two students have been
shot injured in addition to the shooter. The condition of the victims and the shooter is not yet known.
— Ryan Parker (@ryanparkerdp) December 13, 2013
— Heather Burke (@HeatherCBS4) December 13, 2013
We interrupt our political coverage for this breaking report from CBS4's Tim Wieland:
#BREAKING Arapahoe County Sheriff: "Active shooter" situation at Arapahoe HS. Possibly two injured. Large police response.
— Tim Wieland (@CBS4Tim) December 13, 2013
We'll update with details as they become available. Our thoughts are with Arapahoe High School students, teachers, and families.
UPDATE: FOX 31's Will Holden:
As of 1 p.m., the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s office had confirmed two individuals were injured during a shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial on Friday afternoon.
The confirmation from the sheriff’s office came after emergency scanner traffic indicated there was an active shooter and a fire at the Centennial are high school, and that at least one student had been critically injured.