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This is a list of the most notable mass shootings in the United States that have occurred since 1920. Mass shootings are incidents involving several victims of firearm-related violence. The precise inclusion criteria are disputed, and there is no broadly accepted definition.[1][2] Only shootings that have Wikipedia articles of their own are included in this list. Detailed lists of mass shootings can be found per year at their respective pages.

The Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit research group that tracks shootings and their characteristics in the United States, defines a mass shooting as an incident in which four or more people, excluding the perpetrator(s), are shot in one location at roughly the same time.[3] The Congressional Research Service narrows that definition further, only considering what it defines as "public mass shootings", and only considering victims as those who are killed, excluding any victims who survive.[2] The Washington Post and Mother Jones use similar definitions, with the latter acknowledging that their definition "is a conservative measure of the problem", as many rampages with fewer fatalities occur.[4][5] The crowdsourced Mass Shooting Tracker project uses a looser definition than the Gun Violence Archive's definition: four people shot in one incident regardless of the circumstances.[6]

Larger documentation of mass shootings in the United States has occurred through independent and scholarly studies such as the Stanford University Mass Shootings in America Data Project.[4][7]

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Mass shootings in the United States

Mass shootings in the United States

Mass shootings are incidents involving multiple victims of firearm-related violence. Definitions vary, with no single, broadly accepted definition. One definition is an act of public firearm violence—excluding gang killings, domestic violence, or terrorist acts sponsored by an organization—in which a shooter kills at least four victims. Using this definition, one study found that nearly one-third of the world's public mass shootings between 1966 and 2012 occurred in the United States. Using a similar definition, The Washington Post recorded 163 mass shootings in the United States between 1967 and June 2019. Mother Jones recorded 139 mass shootings between 1982 and January 2023. The Associated Press recorded 59 mass shootings between 2006 and August 2022. The New York Times recorded 90 mass shootings between 1966 and 2012. The Violence Project of the National Institute of Justice recorded 185 mass shootings from 1966 to December 2022. The Federal Bureau of Investigation designated 61 events as active shooter incidents in 2021.

Mass shooting

Mass shooting

A mass shooting is a crime in which an attacker kills or injures multiple individuals simultaneously using a firearm. There is a lack of consensus on what constitutes a mass shooting, but most definitions include a minimum of three or four victims of gun violence, not including the shooter, in a short period of time. Definitions of mass shootings exclude warfare and often exclude instances of gang violence, armed robberies, and familicides.

Gun Violence Archive

Gun Violence Archive

Gun Violence Archive (GVA) is an American nonprofit group with an accompanying website and social media delivery platforms which catalogs every incident of gun violence in the United States. It was founded by Michael Klein and Mark Bryant. Klein is the founder of Sunlight Foundation, and Bryant is a retired systems analyst.

Congressional Research Service

Congressional Research Service

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a public policy research institute of the United States Congress. Operating within the Library of Congress, it works primarily and directly for members of Congress and their committees and staff on a confidential, nonpartisan basis. CRS is sometimes known as Congress' think tank due to its broad mandate of providing research and analysis on all matters relevant to national policymaking.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The Washington Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area and has a large national audience. Daily broadsheet editions are printed for D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

Mother Jones (magazine)

Mother Jones (magazine)

Mother Jones is an American progressive magazine that focuses on news, commentary, and investigative journalism on topics including politics, environment, human rights, health and culture. Clara Jeffery serves as editor-in-chief of the magazine. Monika Bauerlein has been the CEO since 2015. Mother Jones is published by the Foundation for National Progress.

Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing involves a large group of dispersed participants contributing or producing goods or services—including ideas, votes, micro-tasks, and finances—for payment or as volunteers. Contemporary crowdsourcing often involves digital platforms to attract and divide work between participants to achieve a cumulative result. Crowdsourcing is not limited to online activity, however, and there are various historical examples of crowdsourcing. The word crowdsourcing is a portmanteau of "crowd" and "outsourcing". In contrast to outsourcing, crowdsourcing usually involves less specific and more public groups of participants.

Stanford University

Stanford University

Stanford University, officially Leland Stanford Junior University, is a private research university in Stanford, California. The campus occupies 8,180 acres, among the largest in the United States, and enrolls over 17,000 students. Stanford is ranked among the top universities in the world.

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There are varying definitions of a mass shooting. Listed roughly from most broad to most restrictive:

  • Stanford MSA Data Project: three or more persons shot in one incident, excluding the perpetrator(s), at one location, at roughly the same time. Excluded are shootings associated with organized crime, gangs or drug wars.[7]
  • Mass Shooting Tracker: 4+ shot in one incident, at one location, at roughly the same time.[6]
  • Gun Violence Archive/Vox: 4+ shot in one incident, excluding the perpetrator(s), at one location, at roughly the same time.[3]
  • Mother Jones: 3+ shot and killed in one incident, excluding the perpetrator(s), at a public place, excluding gang-related killings.[8]
  • The Washington Post: 4+ shot and killed in one incident, excluding the perpetrator(s), at a public place, excluding gang-related killings.[4]
  • Congressional Research Service: 4+ shot and killed in one incident, excluding the perpetrator(s), at a public place, excluding gang-related killings, acts carried out that were inspired by criminal profit, and terrorism.[2]

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Stanford University

Stanford University

Stanford University, officially Leland Stanford Junior University, is a private research university in Stanford, California. The campus occupies 8,180 acres, among the largest in the United States, and enrolls over 17,000 students. Stanford is ranked among the top universities in the world.

Gun Violence Archive

Gun Violence Archive

Gun Violence Archive (GVA) is an American nonprofit group with an accompanying website and social media delivery platforms which catalogs every incident of gun violence in the United States. It was founded by Michael Klein and Mark Bryant. Klein is the founder of Sunlight Foundation, and Bryant is a retired systems analyst.

Vox (website)

Vox (website)

Vox is an American news and opinion website owned by Vox Media. The website was founded in April 2014 by Ezra Klein, Matt Yglesias, and Melissa Bell, and is noted for its concept of explanatory journalism. Vox's media presence also includes a YouTube channel, several podcasts, and a show presented on Netflix. Vox has been described as left-of-center and progressive.

Mother Jones (magazine)

Mother Jones (magazine)

Mother Jones is an American progressive magazine that focuses on news, commentary, and investigative journalism on topics including politics, environment, human rights, health and culture. Clara Jeffery serves as editor-in-chief of the magazine. Monika Bauerlein has been the CEO since 2015. Mother Jones is published by the Foundation for National Progress.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The Washington Post is an American daily newspaper published in Washington, D.C. It is the most widely circulated newspaper within the Washington metropolitan area and has a large national audience. Daily broadsheet editions are printed for D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

Congressional Research Service

Congressional Research Service

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a public policy research institute of the United States Congress. Operating within the Library of Congress, it works primarily and directly for members of Congress and their committees and staff on a confidential, nonpartisan basis. CRS is sometimes known as Congress' think tank due to its broad mandate of providing research and analysis on all matters relevant to national policymaking.

List of mass shootings (21st century)

2023

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
January 24, 2023 Yakima, Washington 4[n 1] 0 4 2023 Yakima shooting: A man shot and killed three people at a Circle K convenience store. The perpetrator later killed himself.[9]
January 23, 2023 Half Moon Bay, California 7 1 8 2023 Half Moon Bay shootings: A man opened fire at two farms, killing seven people and injuring one other, before being taken into custody.[10]
January 21–22, 2023 Monterey Park, California 12[n 1] 9 21 2023 Monterey Park shooting: Eleven people were killed and nine others injured after a gunman opened fire at a dance studio in Monterey Park after a Chinese New Year celebration in the city. The suspect shot and killed himself in a standoff with police.[11]
January 16, 2023 Goshen, California 6 0 6 Goshen shooting: A baby, a teenager, and four others were killed in a shooting at a home.[12]
January 4, 2023 Enoch, Utah 8[n 1] 0 8 2023 Enoch, Utah shooting: Five children and three adults were killed in a shooting at a home.[13]

2022

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 22, 2022 Chesapeake, Virginia 7[n 1] 4 11 2022 Chesapeake shooting: Six people were killed, and four others were injured, when a night-shift manager opened fire at a Walmart. The gunman then committed suicide.[14]
November 19–20, 2022 Colorado Springs, Colorado 5 26[n 1][n 2] 31 Colorado Springs nightclub shooting: A gunman killed five after entering a local gay bar. 26 others, including the gunman, were wounded during the attack, 19 of them by gunfire. A suspect was later taken into custody.
November 13, 2022 Charlottesville, Virginia 3 2 5 2022 University of Virginia shooting: A student at the University of Virginia opened fire on a bus returning from a trip to see a play. The three people killed as well as one of the wounded were members of the University of Virginia's football team, and the gunman was a member of the team for one season, though he did not play any games.
October 24, 2022 St. Louis, Missouri 3[n 1] 7[n 3] 10 Central Visual and Performing Arts High School shooting: The shooter, a former student, opened fire, killing two people and wounding four others before being shot and killed by police.[15]
October 13, 2022 Raleigh, North Carolina 5 3[n 1] 8 2022 Raleigh shooting: A teenager opened fire in a residential neighborhood, killing five people and wounding two before being wounded in a shootout with police and arrested.
September 28, 2022 Oakland, California 1 5 6 2022 Oakland school shooting: Four staff members and two students were shot by multiple gunmen at a complex that houses multiple schools. The shooting may have been tied to gang violence.[16]
August 28, 2022 Bend, Oregon 3[n 1] 2 5 Bend, Oregon shooting: A local man shot four people, two fatally, in a Safeway supermarket at the Forum shopping center before committing suicide.
July 17, 2022 Greenwood, Indiana 4[n 1] 2 6 Greenwood Park Mall shooting: A local man fatally shot three people and injured two others at the food court in the Greenwood Park Mall before being shot by an armed civilian.
July 4, 2022 Highland Park, Illinois 7 48 55 Highland Park parade shooting: Seven people were killed and 48 others injured after a man fired a rifle from a rooftop at spectators attending Highland Park's Fourth of July parade.
June 30, 2022 Allen, Kentucky 3 4 7 2022 shooting of Kentucky police officers: A man fired out the window of his home, shooting seven people, six of whom were law enforcement officers. Two of the officers died at the scene, and a third died in the hospital the day after. The third officer was a canine handler, and his dog also died.
June 5, 2022 Chattanooga, Tennessee 3[n 4] 14[n 5] 17 2022 Chattanooga shooting: Fourteen were shot, two of them fatally, at a nightclub during the early morning. A third person was killed by a vehicle attempting to flee.[17]
June 4, 2022 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3[n 1] 11[n 1] 14 2022 Philadelphia shooting: Fourteen people were shot, three of them fatally, by multiple shooters on South Street. One of the shooters may have been shot by a responding police officer.[18]
June 2, 2022 Centerville, Texas/Jourdanton, Texas 6[n 1][n 6] 0 6 Centerville shooting: A escaped prisoner went inside a home and opened fire, killing five members of a family before being shot and killed by police.[19]
June 1, 2022 Tulsa, Oklahoma 5[n 1] 0 5 2022 Tulsa hospital shooting: Five people were killed, including the shooter, following a mass shooting at a Saint Francis medical building.[20]
May 24, 2022 Uvalde, Texas 22[n 1] 18 40 Robb Elementary School shooting: A man shot and wounded his grandmother, before entering his former elementary school and opened fire. Nineteen children and three adults were killed, and 18 other people were hospitalized.[21]
May 19, 2022 Chicago, Illinois 2 8 10 Magnificent Mile shooting: Two people were fatally shot, and eight others were critically injured, in a shooting near a McDonald's restaurant in Chicago, Illinois.[22]
May 15, 2022 Laguna Woods, California 1 5 6 2022 Laguna Woods shooting: One person was fatally shot and five others were injured in a shooting at a church in Orange County, California.[23]
May 14, 2022 Buffalo, New York 10 3 13 2022 Buffalo shooting: A shooter who was clad in body armor and a white supremacist, opened fire at a Tops supermarket, killing ten, all of whom were black, including a security guard, and wounded three others.[24] The gunman specifically targeted African-Americans and was influenced by similar terrorist incidents in Charleston, Pittsburgh, Christchurch, Poway and El Paso.
April 17, 2022 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2 13[n 7] 15 2022 Pittsburgh shooting: An early morning shooting at a party held at an Airbnb rental property in the East Allegheny neighborhood killed two juveniles and wounded eight others. Five people sustained injuries such as broken bones and cuts when they jumped out windows to escape the gunfire.[25]
April 16, 2022 Columbia, South Carolina 0 14[n 8] 14 Columbiana Centre shooting: Nine people were injured by gunfire at the Columbiana Centre mall, while five more were injured in evacuation accidents.[26]
April 12, 2022 New York City, New York 0 29[n 9] 29 2022 New York City Subway attack: Ten people were shot when a gunman opened fire on a New York City Subway train as it approached the 36th Street station in the Sunset Park neighborhood. Immediately before the attack, the assailant donned a gas mask and threw smoke bombs. The incident caused 19 others to be injured as they fled. The attacker fled the scene and was arrested after police received a tip-off after a 30-hour manhunt. He was identified as 62 year old Frank James.[27][28]
April 3, 2022 Sacramento, California 6 12 18 2022 Sacramento shooting: A shooting in downtown Sacramento killed six people and injured twelve others. [29] A suspect was arrested the next day.[30]
February 19, 2022 Portland, Oregon 1 5[n 1] 6 Normandale Park shooting: During a racial justice protest, a man confronted a group of protestors and engaged in an argument with them, before pulling out a gun and opening fire, killing one and wounding four others. One of the people in the group returned fire and wounded the perpetrator.[31]

2021

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 30, 2021 Oxford, Michigan 4 7 11 Oxford High School shooting: A shooter, a student at the school, opened fire on students, killing three and wounding seven students and a teacher before being arrested. One of the injured died afterwards.[32]
September 23, 2021 Collierville, Tennessee 2[n 1] 14 16 Collierville Kroger shooting: A shooter opened fire in a Kroger, killing one and injuring 14, before taking his own life.[33]
May 30, 2021 Hialeah, Florida 3 20 23 2021 Hialeah shooting: Three shooters stepped out of a SUV, and opened fire at concert goers, killing three and wounding 20 others.[34]
May 26, 2021 San Jose, California 10[n 1] 0 10 2021 San Jose shooting: Nine people were killed at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) rail yard in San Jose, California. The gunman committed suicide.[35][36]
May 9, 2021 Colorado Springs, Colorado 7[n 1] 0 7 2021 Colorado Springs shooting: Six people were killed when a man opened fire at a birthday party in a trailer park. The shooter took his own life shortly afterwards.[37]
April 15, 2021 Indianapolis, Indiana 9[n 1] 7 16 Indianapolis FedEx shooting: Nine people were killed and seven others were wounded after a mass shooting at a FedEx facility. The shooter took his own life.
April 7, 2021 Rock Hill, South Carolina 7[n 1] 0 7 2021 Rock Hill shooting: Six people, including two children, were killed in a shooting perpetrated by a former NFL player Phillip Adams, who then killed himself. There were no survivors.
March 31, 2021 Orange, California 4 2[n 1] 6 2021 Orange, California office shooting: Four people, including a child, were killed at an Orange office complex.
March 22, 2021 Boulder, Colorado 10 2[n 1] 12 2021 Boulder shooting: A mass shooting occurred at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, which left 10 people dead, including an on-duty police officer.
March 16, 2021 Atlanta, Georgia 8 1 9 2021 Atlanta spa shootings: A series of mass shootings occurred at massage parlors in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area. Eight people were killed in the incidents and one person was wounded.
February 9, 2021 Buffalo, Minnesota 1 4 5 Buffalo, Minnesota clinic attack: A nurse was killed and four other people were shot and seriously wounded inside of a health care clinic. The suspect, 67-year-old Gregory Paul Ulrich, was taken into police custody.[38][39]
February 2, 2021 Muskogee, Oklahoma 6 1 7 2021 Muskogee shooting: Five children and one adult were shot and killed, and one other adult suffered life-threatening injuries, after a home shooting in Oklahoma. Suspect, 25-year-old Jarron Pridgeon, is currently under custody.[40]
February 2, 2021 Sunrise, Florida 3[n 1] 3 6 2021 Sunrise, Florida shootout: Two FBI agents were shot and killed and three others wounded attempting to serve a warrant. The suspect barricaded himself in his home and opened fire before shooting and killing himself.

2020

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 26, 2020 Rockford, Illinois 3 3 6 Don Carter Lanes shooting: A man shot six people at a bowling alley, killing three of them.
November 20, 2020 Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 0 8 8 Mayfair Mall shooting: Eight people were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after a person opened fire at the Mayfair Mall.
November 3, 2020 Henderson, Nevada 4[n 1] 1 5 Henderson shooting: Three people were killed and one person was injured when a gunman opened fire at an apartment complex. The gunman was killed by police.
September 19, 2020 Rochester, New York 2 14 16 Rochester shooting: Two people were killed and fourteen others injured after a shooting at a party in Rochester.
August 9, 2020 Washington, D.C. 1 21 22 2020 Washington, D.C. block party shooting: A shooting at a block party left one dead and 22 injured, including an off-duty police officer.
February 26, 2020 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 6[n 1] 0 6 Milwaukee brewery shooting: Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the local Molson Coors Beverage Company campus, where he had been employed. Afterwards, the gunman committed suicide.
January 17, 2020 Grantsville, Utah 4 1 5 Haynie family shooting: Four members of a family were killed and one was injured after a teenager fired at his family as they returned home.

2019

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 10, 2019 Jersey City, New Jersey 6[n 1] 3 9 2019 Jersey City shooting: An officer approached a vehicle suspected of being used in a murder previously, he was shot and killed. In the resulting suspect chase and police confrontation the two suspects were killed, along with three other civilians, a civilian and two cops were wounded as well. The attack in question was committed by a Black Hebrew Israelite and targeted Jews living in Jersey City.
December 6, 2019 Pensacola, Florida 4[n 1] 8 12 Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting: Three people were killed and 8 others were injured at a US Navy base. The suspect was killed by police.
December 5, 2019 Miramar, Florida 4[n 1] 1 5 2019 Miramar shootout: Two suspects robbed a jewelry store which resulted in a police shootout that killed 2 people,[41] including a UPS truck driver who was on his 1st day on the job. Both suspects were killed by police.
November 17, 2019 Fresno, California 4 6 10 2019 Fresno shooting: Ten people were shot, four fatally, at a football watch party.
November 14, 2019 Santa Clarita, California 3[n 1] 3 6 Saugus High School shooting: Two people were killed and three others were injured. The gunman then eventually committed suicide.
October 31, 2019 Orinda, California 5 4 9 Orinda shooting: An overnight block party attended by over 100 people ended with five people killed, and four more wounded by gunfire.
October 29, 2019 Greenville, Texas 2 14 16 Texas A&M University homecoming party shooting: A gunman opened fire at a homecoming party, killing two people. Fourteen people were shot and wounded or injured in a stampede as people fled the gunfire.
October 14, 2019 San Juan, Puerto Rico 6 0 6 2019 Río Piedras shooting: Six people were killed after a shootout near an apartment complex.
August 31, 2019 Midland–Odessa, Texas 8[n 1] 25 33 2019 West Texas shooting: Seven people were killed and 25 others were injured on the Interstate 20. The suspect was killed after a shoot-out with police.
August 25, 2019 Hobbs, New Mexico 3 4 7 Hobbs, New Mexico party shooting: A gunman opened fire at a party, killing three people and wounding four.
August 4, 2019 Dayton, Ohio 10[n 1] 27 37 2019 Dayton shooting: Nine people were killed and 27 were injured outside of a bar. The perpetrator was killed by police.
August 3, 2019 El Paso, Texas 23 23 46 2019 El Paso shooting: A gunman killed 23 people and injured 23 others at a Walmart. The attack was a hate crime targeting Hispanic immigration and was influenced by the Christchurch mosque shootings. The gunman was arrested.
July 28, 2019 Gilroy, California 4[n 1] 15 19 Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting: A gunman killed three people, including one 6-year-old boy, attending Gilroy's annual Garlic Festival; 12 more people were injured. The shooter killed himself.
May 31, 2019 Virginia Beach, Virginia 13[n 1] 5 18 2019 Virginia Beach shooting: A gunman killed 12 people and injured four others at a municipal building. The gunman was killed by police.[42]
May 7, 2019 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 1 8 9 STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting: A school shooting was reported at STEM School Highlands Ranch, around 1:50 p.m, two shooters targeted separate locations and killed one student and injured eight more before being arrested.[43]
April 30, 2019 Charlotte, North Carolina 2 4 6 University of North Carolina at Charlotte shooting: Six people were shot, two fatally, on the last day of classes at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The student gunman was taken into custody after he ran out of ammunition.[44]
April 27, 2019 Poway, California 1 3 4 Poway synagogue shooting: One person was killed and at least three were wounded by a shooter at the Chabad of Poway synagogue.[45] The gunman was influenced by the Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand and claimed responsibility for the Escondido mosque fire the month prior
February 15, 2019 Aurora, Illinois 6[n 1] 6 12 Aurora, Illinois shooting: A 45-year-old man opened fire at a Henry Pratt Company plant and killed five people and injured six others. He was a former worker at the plant and he was killed in a shootout with police.
January 28, 2019 Houston, Texas 2 5 7 Harding Street raid: Two homeowners were killed and five Houston Police Department officers wounded in a shootout during a no-knock raid.[46]
January 26, 2019 Ascension and Livingston Parish, Louisiana 5 0 5 January 2019 Louisiana shootings: A 21-year-old man killed five people, including his parents, in two parishes in Louisiana.[47]
January 23, 2019 Sebring, Florida 5 0 5 2019 Sebring shooting: Five people were killed in a hostage incident and shooting at a bank. The suspect was taken into custody by police.[48]

2018

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 11, 2018 Robbins, Illinois 1 4[n 1] 5 Shooting of Jemel Roberson: A man re-entered a bar after being ejected and began to fire, wounding three people and becoming injured himself. Armed security guards apprehended the suspect. Responding officers saw one of the security guards with a gun, and shot and killed him.[49]
November 7, 2018 Thousand Oaks, California 13[n 1] 16 29 Thousand Oaks shooting: A man entered a bar hosting a student line-dancing event and killed 12 people, including a police officer. 16 other people were injured, one of them by gunfire. The gunman then killed himself.[50][51]
November 2, 2018 Tallahassee, Florida 3[n 1] 5[n 3] 8 2018 Tallahassee shooting: A man entered a yoga studio and killed two women and injured five others; four by gunshots and one by pistol-whipping, before committing suicide.[52]
October 27, 2018 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 11 7[n 1] 18 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: A man opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue in an antisemitic attack, killing 11 people and injuring six others (including four police officers). The suspect, 46-year-old Robert G. Bowers, was taken into custody by police.[53][54]
October 3, 2018 Florence, South Carolina 2 10 12 Florence shooting: Officers were shot at during a two-hour standoff while attempting to execute a search warrant. The perpetrator held children hostage, killing one and wounding seven before being arrested.[55]
September 20, 2018 Aberdeen, Maryland 4[n 1] 3 7 Aberdeen shooting: An employee of the Rite Aid Distribution facility killed three victims before wounding herself. The shooter died later in the hospital.[56]
September 6, 2018 Cincinnati, Ohio 4[n 1] 2 6 Fifth Third Center shooting: A gunman entered a loading dock at the Fifth Third Center skyscraper and opened fire before entering the lobby of a building. Four people, including the shooter, were killed and two were injured.[57]
August 26, 2018 Jacksonville, Florida 3[n 1] 11 14 Jacksonville Landing shooting: A gunman killed two people and wounded eleven more (nine with gunshot wounds) at a Madden NFL 19 competition before killing himself. The shooter was identified as David Katz, an individual who had reportedly been eliminated from the competition before the shooting.[58][59][60]
June 28, 2018 Annapolis, Maryland 5 2 7 Capital Gazette shooting: A gunman entered the offices of The Capital Gazette and killed five employees and wounded two others.[61][62]
June 17, 2018 Trenton, New Jersey 1[n 1] 22[n 10] 23 Art All Night shooting: Several gunmen wounded 17 people at the Art All Night festival. Five others were wounded when they were trampled by people around them. One of the suspected gunmen was shot and killed by police. Police suspect the shooting was gang-related.[63]
May 30–June 4, 2018 Scottsdale, Arizona 7[n 1] 0 7 2018 Scottsdale shootings: Over the course of several days, a man killed a forensic psychiatrist, two paralegals, a counselor, and a couple from whom he took a handgun. The suspect killed himself when police began closing in on him.[64][65]
May 18, 2018 Santa Fe, Texas 10 14[n 1] 24 Santa Fe High School shooting: A student at Santa Fe High School shot and killed 10 people and wounded 14 others. Explosive devices were also found, but they were not detonated. The suspect was taken into custody by police.[66]
April 22, 2018 Nashville, Tennessee 4 2 6 Nashville Waffle House shooting: A gunman entered a Waffle House, where he killed four people and injured two others. He was later taken into custody.[67]
April 3, 2018 San Bruno, California 1[n 1] 4[n 11] 5 YouTube headquarters shooting: A woman approached an outdoor patio at YouTube Headquarters and wounded three people before committing suicide, a fourth person was injured in the evacuation.[68]
March 9, 2018 Yountville, California 5[n 1][n 12] 0 5 Yountville shooting: A man entered the Veterans Home of California and held three staff members hostage. He killed the three staff members (and the unborn child of one of the staff members, who was pregnant) before killing himself in a murder–suicide.[69]
February 14, 2018 Parkland, Florida 17 17 34 Stoneman Douglas High School shooting: A former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School entered the school, killed 17 people, and wounded 17 others. He was taken into custody by police.[70][71]
January 23, 2018 Benton, Kentucky 2 16 18 Marshall County High School shooting: A fifteen-year-old student killed two other students and injured sixteen others before discarding his weapon and attempting to hide among other students. He was apprehended by police.[72]

2017

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 31, 2017 Highlands Ranch, Colorado 2[n 1] 6 8 Copper Canyon Apartment Homes shooting: After being called to a home for a report of a disturbance, five police officers were shot in an "ambush-style" attack. One officer was killed and the other four were wounded. Two other people were also wounded in a neighboring apartment. Officers later re-entered the apartment with a SWAT team and killed the suspect; another officer was injured in this exchange.[73]
November 13, 2017 Tehama County, California 6[n 1] 11 17 Rancho Tehama shootings: A man killed his wife and hid her body under the floorboards of their home before killing two neighbors, firing at random at people, and then ramming his truck through the gates of an elementary school and firing at those inside. He then drove away and targeted other random victims before being rammed by police and shooting himself. He killed five people and injured twelve others (some with bullet wounds, others were injured by flying glass) before committing suicide.[74]
November 5, 2017 Sutherland Springs, Texas 27[n 1][n 12] 22 49 Sutherland Springs church shooting: A gunman approached the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs and killed two people outside before entering and shooting at the congregation, killing 26 people (including an unborn child) and injuring 22. He was confronted by a local man with a gun, and they exchanged gunfire before entering a vehicle. The man flagged down another person and they began a high-speed chase of the gunman, which ended when the gunman went off the road and was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.[75][76][77]
October 1, 2017 Paradise, Nevada 61[n 1] 411 472 2017 Las Vegas shooting: A man on the 32nd floor of a hotel opened fire on a country music festival happening outside, killing 60 people and injuring 867 others, with 411 of them suffering from gunshot wounds. The man then shot himself.[78][79][80][81][82]
September 24, 2017 Antioch, Tennessee 1 8[n 1] 9 Burnette Chapel shooting: A man killed a woman outside the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ before entering the chapel and wounding seven others. During a struggle with an usher, the man shot himself in the chest. The usher ran to his car to get his own pistol and held the man at gunpoint until police arrived to arrest him.[83]
September 10, 2017 Plano, Texas 9[n 1] 1 10 2017 Plano shooting: A man entered his ex-wife's home while she was hosting a football-watching party and killed her and seven others, and wounded one other. He was killed by police.[84]
August 28, 2017 Clovis, New Mexico 2 4 6 Clovis library shooting: A sixteen-year-old killed two people and wounded four others at a public library before surrendering to police.[85]
July 1, 2017 Little Rock, Arkansas 0 28 28 Little Rock nightclub shooting: Twenty-eight people were injured (twenty-five directly by gunfire) when shooting broke out in a nightclub where rapper Finese 2Tymes was performing.[86]
June 30, 2017 New York City, New York 2[n 1] 6 8 Bronx-Lebanon Hospital attack: A former hospital employee killed a doctor and wounded six others before he committed suicide.
June 14, 2017 San Francisco, California 4[n 1] 5 9 San Francisco UPS shooting: A gunman entered his workplace and singled out coworkers, killing three and wounding five, before committing suicide.[87]
June 14, 2017 Alexandria, Virginia 1[n 1] 4 5 Congressional baseball shooting: A gunman shot and wounded four people, including Republican Congressman and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, while they were practicing for the Congressional Baseball Game. Two others were also injured in other ways. The gunman was killed after being engaged by Capitol police officers assigned to protect Scalise and by police officers responding to the scene.[88]
June 8, 2017 Eaton Township, Pennsylvania 4[n 1] 0 4 Eaton Township Weis Markets shooting: An employee of a Weis Markets supermarket who was working a night shift barricaded the exits and killed three coworkers before killing himself.[89]
June 6, 2017 Sandy, Utah 3[n 1] 2 5 Sandy, Utah attack: A man rammed a vehicle containing his ex-girlfriend, three children and one other adult, opened fire, killing two and wounding two, then committed suicide.[90]
June 5, 2017 Orlando, Florida 6[n 1] 0 6 Orlando factory shooting: A former employee entered the factory through a rear exit and killed five employees and then himself.[91]
May 27, 2017 Lincoln County, Mississippi 8 1[n 1] 9 2017 Mississippi shootings: A man killed eight people, including several family members and a sheriff's deputy, at three separate houses. He was injured by police and then arrested. The shooter later said he had intended to commit suicide by cop.[92]
May 12, 2017 Kirkersville, Ohio 4[n 1] 0 4 Kirkersville shooting: After taking two people hostage, a man shot and killed a police officer and two nurses at a nursing home before he killed himself.
April 13–18, 2017 Fresno, California 4 0 4 2017 Fresno shootings: A black supremacist killed a white security guard at a hotel, then killed three other white people five days later. The attacks, committed against white people by a black suspect, were racially motivated as the suspect believed there was a race war taking place between white and black people and spoke of his hatred for white people, specifically white men. He was taken into custody by police.[93]
April 10, 2017 San Bernardino, California 3[n 1] 1 4 North Park Elementary School shooting: A man entered an elementary school, telling school administrators he needed to drop something off for his wife. He entered the classroom where she was teaching and killed her, also killing a student and wounding another who were standing nearby. He then killed himself.[94]
March 26, 2017 Cincinnati, Ohio 2 16 18 Cincinnati nightclub shooting: Two men were killed and sixteen people were wounded after a fight escalated into a shooting at a crowded nightclub. One person was arrested.[95]
March 22, 2017 Schofield and Rothschild, Wisconsin 5[n 1] 0 5 2017 Marathon County shootings: A man demanded his wife sign divorce papers and after a confrontation, returned to her place of work and shot and killed four people before being killed by the police.[96]
January 6, 2017 Broward County, Florida 5 6 11 Fort Lauderdale airport shooting: A man killed five people and injured six in a shooting at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport before running out of ammunition and lying on the ground to surrender to police. Thirty to forty other people were also hurt, with injuries not directly caused by gunfire.[97]

2016

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
September 28, 2016 Townville, South Carolina 2 3 5 Townville Elementary School shooting: A fourteen-year-old shot and killed his father before driving to the local elementary school and injuring three students and a teacher. One student later died of his injuries. The shooter was later arrested.[98]
September 23, 2016 Burlington, Washington 5 0 5 Cascade Mall shooting: A man killed five people at the Cascade Mall. He was arrested a day later. The shooter later killed himself while in jail.[99]
August 20, 2016 Citronelle, Alabama 6[n 12] 0 6 2016 Citronelle homicides: A man killed six people (including an unborn child) while they were sleeping in a home. He was arrested by police.[100]
July 30, 2016 Mukilteo, Washington 3 1 4 2016 Mukilteo shooting: A student at the University of Washington killed three people and injured one other in a shooting at a party. One of the people he killed was his ex-girlfriend. The shooter was arrested and sentenced to life in prison.[101]
July 17, 2016 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 5[n 1] 2 7 2016 shooting of Baton Rouge police officers: A gunman killed four law enforcement officers, one of whom died in 2022, and injured three others. The gunman was killed by a member of the SWAT team that responded to the shooting. The shooting is believed to have been related to the unrest in Baton Rouge following the shooting of Alton Sterling, and the gunman was involved with black separatist and sovereign citizen organizations.[102][103]
July 11, 2016 St. Joseph, Michigan 3[n 1] 2 5 St. Joseph courthouse shooting: A handcuffed inmate killed two bailiffs and injured a deputy and another woman after taking a deputy's gun in a courthouse. The inmate was killed by two other bailiffs.[104]
July 7, 2016 Dallas, Texas 6[n 1] 11 17 2016 shooting of Dallas police officers: A shooter killed five police officers and wounded nine other officers and two civilians at a protest over the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. The shooter was killed by a bomb delivered by a remote control vehicle. He is believed to have been motivated by retribution for black men killed by police.[105]
June 12, 2016 Orlando, Florida 50[n 1] 58 108 Orlando nightclub shooting: A gunman, Omar Mateen, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub. The gunman was killed in a shootout with the police.[106]
May 5–6, 2016 Beltsville and Bethesda, Maryland 3 3 6 Eulalio Tordil shootings: A federal officer shot and killed three people and injured three others in an attack that began with him killing his estranged wife.[107]
April 21–22, 2016 Pike County, Ohio 8 0 8 Pike County shootings: Eight people, all members of the same family, were killed. Bodies were found in four separate locations.[108]
March 9, 2016 Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 6[n 12] 3 9 2016 Wilkinsburg shooting: Six people (including an unborn child) were killed and three were injured by two gunmen in an attack during a backyard party. One person with a handgun drove the partygoers toward a backyard porch, where the second shot at them with an assault-style rifle.[109]
March 7–8, 2016 Kansas City, Kansas and Montgomery County, Missouri 5 0 5 2016 Kansas–Missouri murder spree: Four people were killed at a home and another was shot and killed the following day. The perpetrator was arrested the next day.
February 25, 2016 Hesston and Newton, Kansas 4[n 1] 14 18 Hesston shooting: A man killed three people and injured fourteen others in an attack at his workplace. He had been served with a temporary order of protection shortly before he began shooting. He was killed by police who responded to the scene.[110]
February 20, 2016 Kalamazoo, Michigan 6 2 8 2016 Kalamazoo shootings: An Uber driver is suspected to have killed six people and wounded two others in a series of shootings targeting random people.[111]

2015

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 2, 2015 San Bernardino, California 16[n 1] 22 38 2015 San Bernardino attack: A married couple opened fire on the husband's colleagues at a work training event. They killed fourteen people and injured twenty-two before being killed in a shootout with police. Pipe bombs set at their residence failed to detonate. The two perpetrators are believed to have been radicalized, though not believed to have been directly connected to a specific foreign terrorist organization.[112]
November 27, 2015 Colorado Springs, Colorado 3 9 12 Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting: A man killed two civilians and a police officer and wounded nine others inside a Planned Parenthood clinic before surrendering to police. The shootings are suspected to have been motivated by the suspect's anti-abortion views.[113]
November 23, 2015 Minneapolis, Minnesota 0 5 5 Shooting of protesters at a Black Lives Matter protest: During a Black Lives Matter protest related to the shooting of Jamar Clark, a man opened fire and injured five protestors. The perpetrator was later arrested.[114]
October 31, 2015 Colorado Springs, Colorado 4[n 1] 0 4 October 2015 Colorado Springs shooting. Noah Harpham killed three. Harpham was open carrying with his rifle for some time, before randomly opening fire on random people on the street [115]
October 9, 2015 Flagstaff, Arizona 1 3 4 Northern Arizona University shooting: A freshman at Northern Arizona University shot four students, killing one.[116]
October 1, 2015 Roseburg, Oregon 10[n 1] 8 18 Umpqua Community College shooting: A student at Umpqua Community College killed nine people and injured eight others on the college campus. After being wounded by police officers, he killed himself.[117]
August 26, 2015 Moneta, Virginia 3[n 1] 1 4 Murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward: An enraged former employee for WDBJ (Bryce Williams) carried out a preplanned shooting targeting 3 reporters, conducting a live T.V. interview near Smith Mountain Lake. Alison Parker was fatally shot, and the cameraman Adam Ward was also killed. Vicki Gardner was also shot, but survived. He fled the scene in his car then took off on foot while a massive manhunt was underway. Before police could approach Williams, he committed suicide by shooting himself. He stated that the motive was the Charleston church shooting and possible discrimination at his workplace.[118]
August 8, 2015 Harris County, Texas 8 0 8 2015 Harris County shooting: A man broke into his ex-girlfriend's home and held her hostage along with her husband and six children, one of whom was his son. Over the course of nine hours, he killed everyone in the home. After a shootout with police, he surrendered and was taken into custody.[119]
July 23, 2015 Lafayette, Louisiana 3[n 1] 9 12 2015 Lafayette shooting: A gunman killed two people and injured nine in a shooting at a movie theater. After trying to blend into the crowd leaving the theater, the gunman heard sirens, returned to the theater, and killed himself.[120]
July 16, 2015 Chattanooga, Tennessee 6[n 1] 2 8 2015 Chattanooga shootings: A man committed a drive-by shooting at a military recruitment center in a strip mall, wounding one Marine. With police in pursuit, he drove to a U.S. Navy Reserve center and rammed his vehicle through a gate. He fatally wounded a Navy sailor, killed four Marines, and wounded a police officer before being killed by a naval commander.[121] The FBI later determined the gunman had been motivated by propaganda published by terrorist organizations.[122]
June 17, 2015 Charleston, South Carolina 9 1 10 Charleston church shooting: A white supremacist killed nine black people during a prayer service at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, wounding one other. He was taken into custody by police, and later said that he committed the shootings in an attempt to start a "race war".[123][124]
May 17, 2015 Waco, Texas 9 18 27 2015 Waco shootout: Gunfire broke out at a restaurant where members of several motorcycle clubs had gathered to discuss political rights for motorcyclists. Members of the clubs and police were both involved in the gunfire. Nine people were killed and eighteen were injured in the shootout, all members of the motorcycle clubs. The shooting may have resulted from a territorial dispute between two of the motorcycle clubs.[125]
February 26, 2015 Tyrone, Missouri 8[n 1] 1 9 2015 Tyrone shooting: A man killed seven people and wounded one after going door-to-door and shooting people in four separate homes. Four of the people he killed were family members. The man then killed himself. The shooting was possibly motivated by the man finding his mother dead from natural causes.[126]

2014

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 15, 2014 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 6 1 7 2014 Montgomery County shootings: Six people were found dead and one wounded in three locations across Montgomery County. The shooter was found dead the next day after committing suicide by overdose. One of the victims was the shooter's ex-wife, the others were her relatives.[127]
December 12, 2014 Portland, Oregon 0 4 4 Rosemary Anderson High School shooting: A perpetrator shot and injured three students and an adult outside of the school.[128]
October 24, 2014 Marysville, Washington 5[n 1] 1 6 Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting: A fifteen-year-old killed four people and injured one other in the cafeteria of Marysville Pilchuck High School before killing himself.[129]
July 9, 2014 Spring, Texas 6 1 7 2014 Harris County shooting: A man is suspected of killing six of his family members and wounding a seventh. He was arrested after a brief chase and a standoff that lasted several hours.[130]
May 23, 2014 Isla Vista, California 7[n 1][n 13] 14[n 14] 21 2014 Isla Vista killings: Several hours after stabbing and killing his three roommates, a man drove to a sorority house near the University of California, Santa Barbara and knocked on the door. After receiving no answer, he began shooting at people nearby, killing two members of another sorority and injuring a third. He then returned to his car and continued to shoot at random people from within his vehicle before killing himself with a gunshot.[131] The attack is believed to have been motivated by the killer's hatred of women and frustration with his dating and family life.[132]
April 2, 2014 Fort Hood, Texas 4[n 1] 14 18 2014 Fort Hood shooting: After being denied leave from the Fort Hood military base where he was stationed, a man killed three people and injured fourteen before killing himself.[133]

2013

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 1, 2013 Los Angeles, California 1 4[n 1] 5 2013 Los Angeles International Airport shooting: A man entered the Los Angeles International Airport, killed a TSA agent, and wounded three other people. He was injured when shot several times by police.[134]
October 21, 2013 Sparks, Nevada 2 [n 1] 2 4 Sparks Middle School shooting: A 12-year old killed 1 person and injured 2 more in Sparks Middle School before committing suicide.
September 16, 2013 Washington D.C. 13[n 1] 8 21 Washington Navy Yard shooting: A gunman entered the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters in the Washington Navy Yard with a civilian contractor pass. He killed twelve people and injured eight before being killed by police.[135]
August 5, 2013 Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania 3 4[n 1] 7 Ross Township Municipal Building shooting: A man entered a meeting of township supervisors and killed three people, injuring three others. The gunman was also injured when his gun went off and hit his own leg as two men wrestled him to the ground and took away his weapon. The shooting was suspected to be motivated by a longstanding feud in which the gunman's property rights had been taken away. He was sentenced to life in prison.[136][137]
July 26, 2013 Hialeah, Florida 7[n 1] 0 7 2013 Hialeah shooting: A man lit his apartment on fire and killed six other people in his apartment building before being killed by a SWAT team.[138]
June 7, 2013 Santa Monica, California 6[n 1] 5 11 2013 Santa Monica shooting: A man killed two people in a residence before lighting it on fire. He continued to shoot at people while moving towards Santa Monica College, then attempted to carjack a passing vehicle. After firing rounds at a passing bus, he ran into the college library and continued shooting. He killed five people and injured five others before being killed by police.[139]
March 13, 2013 Mohawk and Herkimer New York 5[n 1] 2 7 Herkimer County shootings A man set fire to his apartment before proceeding to a local barbershop where he opened fire killing 2 people and injuring two others he later proceeded to a car wash where he killed two other people. The shooter later died following an overnight standoff that lead to a shootout in an abounded bar during which he killed a police dog.[140][141]
January 19, 2013 South Valley, New Mexico 5 0 5 2013 South Valley homicides: A fifteen-year-old murdered his parents and three siblings in their home. He was arrested by police.[142]

2012

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 24, 2012 Webster, New York 3[n 1] 3 7 2012 Webster shooting: A man set fire to his home and the family car before opening fire on responding firefighters, two were killed and three wounded before he committed suicide, a fourth body was found in the house.[143]
December 14, 2012 Newtown, Connecticut 28[n 1] 2 30 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting: A 20-year old killed his mother before shooting and killing twenty children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. He then committed suicide.
December 11, 2012 Clackamas, Oregon 3[n 1] 1 4 Clackamas Town Center shooting: A 22-year-old opened fire at the town center wearing a hockey mask, and killed two people and injured a third before fumbling with his weapon and being unable to reload. He committed suicide in a stairwell of the location.[144]
October 21, 2012 Brookfield, Wisconsin 4[n 1] 4[n 12] 8 Azana Spa shooting: The perpetrator drove to his ex-wife's work place and waited until she was there to confront her and shot and killed her and two other women, and injured four others before committing suicide.[145]
September 27, 2012 Minneapolis, Minnesota 7[n 1] 2 9 Accent Signage Systems shooting: A former employee entered a local sign-making business, and killed five and wounded four; two of the four later died of their wounds, the perpetrator committed suicide.[146]
August 24, 2012 New York City, New York 2[n 1] 9 11 Empire State Building shooting: A man shot and killed a former co-worker before engaging in a shoot-out with the New York police in which nine bystanders were wounded and the perpetrator was killed.[147]
August 13, 2012 College Station, Texas 3[n 1] 4 7 2012 College Station shooting: The perpetrator fatally shot an officer attempting to serve him a notice to appear in court, he then injured a neighbor and engaged in a shootout with responding officers until he was killed by the officers.[148]
August 5, 2012 Oak Creek, Wisconsin 7[n 1] 4 11 Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting: The perpetrator, a member of the Hammerskins and various white power and neo-Nazi bands, fatally shot six people at a Sikh temple before being killed by responding police officers.
July 20, 2012 Aurora, Colorado 12 70 82 Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting: James Eagan Holmes, stormed a late-night premiere of The Dark Knight Rises and shot and killed twelve people and wounded seventy others. He was sentenced to life in prison.
May 30, 2012 Seattle, Washington 6[n 1] 1 7 Seattle cafe shooting spree: A patron who had been previously thrown out of the cafe, entered and killed four people and wounded one, shortly after he killed a woman during a carjacking and then committed suicide.[149]
April 2, 2012 Oakland, California 7 3 10 Oikos University shooting: A former student opened fire in a classroom and fatally shot seven people, leaving three wounded.
February 27, 2012 Chardon, Ohio 3 3 6 Chardon High School shooting: A seventeen-year-old entered Chardon High School and fired at students sitting in the cafeteria killing three and wounded three others before being arrested.

2011

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 16, 2011 Irwindale, California 3[n 1] 2 5 Southern California Edison shooting: An employee opened fire during the workday, and killed two and wounded two others before committing suicide.[150]
October 12, 2011 Seal Beach, California 8 1 9 Seal Beach shooting: A man entered his ex-wife's workplace and shot and killed eight people and injured one. He then fled the scene and was later arrested.
September 6, 2011 Carson City, Nevada 5[n 1] 7 12 Carson City IHOP shooting: A man opened fire inside and outside an IHOP, and then targeted nearby local businesses. He killed four people and injured seven before committing suicide.
August 7, 2011 Copley Township, Ohio 8[n 1] 1 9 2011 Copley Township shooting: A man killed seven people; including a 16-year-old and an 11-year-old, and injured one between three homes before being killed by responding police.[151]
July 7, 2011 Grand Rapids, Michigan 8[n 1] 2 10 Grand Rapids mass murder: A man killed seven people and wounded two in a spree shooting in two homes, then took hostages in a third before committing suicide.
January 8, 2011 Tucson, Arizona 6 15[n 1] 21 Safeway Shooting in Casas Adobes, Arizona (2011): A man killed six people and injured fifteen during an assassination attempt of U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords before he was tackled and arrested. Giffords was wounded in the attack but survived.

2010

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
August 3, 2010 Manchester, Connecticut 9[n 1] 2 11 Hartford Beer Distributors shooting: An employee of Hartford Distributors, a beer distribution company, was fired. In retaliation he shot and killed eight coworkers and injured two others before committing suicide.
May 20, 2010 West Memphis, Arkansas 4[n 1] 2 6 2010 West Memphis police shootings: A father son shot two police officers during a traffic stop, killing both, before getting into a shootout with officers in a Walmart parking lot. In the shootout both shooters were killed and two more officers wounded.
February 12, 2010 Huntsville, Alabama 3 3 6 University of Alabama in Huntsville shooting: A biology professor opened fire on other faculty members, killing three and injuring three others, before she was arrested.
January 19–20, 2010 Appomattox, Virginia 8 0 8 Appomattox shootings: A man shot and killed four family members and four other individuals before being apprehended by police.[152]
January 12, 2010 Kennesaw, Georgia 4 1 5 Penske office shooting: A former employee of a Penske truck rental business shot five people, four employees and one customer, at the business. Four people were killed and a fifth injured.
January 7, 2010 St. Louis, Missouri 4[n 1] 5 9 ABB plant shooting: An employee opened fire in the parking lot of an ABB Group power plant before entering the factory. He killed three people and injured five before committing suicide.[153]

2000s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 20, 2009 Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands 5[n 1] 9 14 2009 Saipan shooting: A gunman shot at people throughout Saipan, before committing suicide at the edge of a cliff.[154]
November 5, 2009 Fort Hood, Texas 14[n 12] 33[n 1] 47 2009 Fort Hood shooting: A U.S. army psychiatrist opened fire and killed thirteen individuals and injured 33 others.
October 17, 2009 Toa Baja, Puerto Rico 8 20 28 2009 Sabana Seca massacre: Eight people were killed and twenty others were wounded after multiple gunmen opened fire at a bar.
August 4, 2009 Collier Township, Pennsylvania 4[n 1] 9 13 2009 Collier Township shooting: A man entered a woman's aerobics class and opened fire, killing three people and injuring nine before committing suicide.[155]
April 4, 2009 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 3 3[n 1] 6 2009 shooting of Pittsburgh police officers: A man opened fire on police officers responding to a domestic violence 9-1-1 call, killing three and injuring two before he was arrested.[156]
April 3, 2009 Binghamton, New York 14[n 1] 4 18 Binghamton shooting: A man shot and killed thirteen people at a civic center in Binghamton, New York before committing suicide.
March 29, 2009 Carthage, North Carolina 8 3[n 1] 11 Carthage nursing home shooting: A man attacked the workplace of his estranged wife, killing eight people and wounding two others before being arrested.
March 10, 2009 Geneva, and Samson, Alabama 11[n 1] 6 17 Geneva County shootings: A man killed ten people and wounded six others in a shooting spree before committing suicide.[157]
December 24, 2008 Covina, California 10[n 1] 3 13 Covina massacre: A man entered his former in-laws' home armed with four handguns and a homemade flamethrower. He killed nine people and injured three before committing suicide.[158]
September 2, 2008 Skagit County, Washington 6 2 8 2008 Skagit County shootings: A man killed six people and wounded two others in several locations before being arrested by police.
July 27, 2008 Knoxville, Tennessee 2 7[n 15] 9 Knoxville Unitarian Universalist church shooting: A former truck driver opened fired at a church during a church youth performance, killing two and wounding six before being restrained by churchgoers. A manifesto written by the gunman attributed the shooting to hatred of liberals, Democrats, African-Americans, and homosexuals.
June 25, 2008 Henderson, Kentucky 6[n 1] 1 7 Atlantis Plastics shooting: A plastic factory worker shot his superintendent and five co-workers before committing suicide.
February 14, 2008 DeKalb, Illinois 6[n 1] 21 27 Northern Illinois University shooting: A former graduate student entered a lecture hall and opened fire, killing five people and wounding twenty-one before committing suicide.
February 7, 2008 Kirkwood, Missouri 7[n 1] 1 8 Kirkwood City Council shooting: A man opened fire during a public city council meeting, killing six people and injuring one other before being shot and killed by police.[159]
February 2, 2008 Tinley Park, Illinois 5 1 6 Lane Bryant shooting: Four customers and the clothing store manager were killed and a part-time employee was injured in a robbery gone awry.[160]
December 9, 2007 Arvada, and Colorado Springs, Colorado 5[n 1] 5 10 2007 Colorado YWAM and New Life shootings: A man stormed a dormitory at the Youth With A Mission organization in Arvada, Colorado before driving to Colorado Springs and attacking the New Life Church. He killed four people and wounded five others before committing suicide.
December 5, 2007 Omaha, Nebraska 9[n 1] 6 15 Westroads Mall shooting: A 19-year old killed eight people and wounded four in a Von Maur department store at the Westroads Mall before committing suicide.
October 7, 2007 Crandon, Wisconsin 7[n 1] 1 8 Crandon shooting: An off-duty sheriff's deputy entered a homecoming party at a duplex with a semiautomatic rifle and killed six people and wounded one. He killed himself later that day.
April 16, 2007 Blacksburg, Virginia 33[n 1] 17 50 Virginia Tech shooting: A 23-year-old student killed thirty-two students and teachers, and wounded seventeen others. Other people were injured attempting to escape. When police stormed the building he was in, the shooter killed himself.
February 12, 2007 Salt Lake City, Utah 6[n 1] 4 10 Trolley Square shooting: A man opened fire in a parking garage and shopping mall and killed five people and injured four others before being killed by police.
October 2, 2006 Bart Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 6[n 1] 5 11 West Nickel Mines School shooting: A man took hostages in an Amish schoolhouse, and killed five schoolgirls and injured five others before committing suicide.
July 28, 2006 Seattle, Washington 1 6[n 16][n 12] 7 Seattle Jewish Federation shooting: The perpetrator forced his way into the building, repeatedly shouting that he was angry at Israel and wanted to make a statement, he killed one and injured six.[161]
June 1, 2006 Indianapolis, Indiana 7 0 7 Hamilton Avenue murders: Two perpetrators killed a family of seven in a house at 560 North Hamilton Avenue.
March 25, 2006 Seattle, Washington 7[n 1] 2 9 Capitol Hill massacre: A guest returned to a house party armed with a shotgun and a semiautomatic handgun. He shot indiscriminately, killing six people and injuring two, before committing suicide.
January 30, 2006 Goleta, California 8[n 1] 0 8 Goleta postal facility shootings: A woman killed her neighbor before driving to the mail processing plant, where she shot and killed six people before committing suicide.
November 20, 2005 Tacoma, Washington 0 6 6 Tacoma Mall shooting: A man attempted suicide by cop by opening fire in a shopping mall with an illegal MAK 90 semi-automatic rifle and a pistol. He injured six people and took four hostages before surrendering to a SWAT team.
March 21, 2005 Red Lake, Minnesota 10[n 1] 5 15 Red Lake shootings: A 16-year-old student killed nine people and wounded five others before committing suicide.
March 12, 2005 Brookfield, Wisconsin 8[n 1] 4 12 Living Church of God shooting: A man shot and killed seven members of his church and wounded four others, before committing suicide in a Sheraton hotel.[162]
February 24, 2005 Tyler, Texas 3[n 1] 4 7 Tyler courthouse shooting: A man shot his ex-wife and son outside a courthouse, killing his wife. Following a shootout the man shot a resident who tried to intervene, before fleeing and dying after a shootout with police.
December 8, 2004 Columbus, Ohio 5 3 8 Columbus nightclub shooting: A deranged fan killed four, including musician Dimebag Darrell, and wounded three others before being killed by police.
November 21, 2004 Meteor, Wisconsin 6 2 8 Hunting Trip (2004): A man shot eight people while on a hunting trip in northern Wisconsin; six were killed and two were wounded.
March 12, 2004 Fresno, California 9 0 9 Wesson family murders: A man convicted of the molestation and murders of his children and nieces shot and killed nine members of his family during a standoff over a child custody dispute.[163]
July 8, 2003 Meridian, Mississippi 7[n 1] 8 15 Lockheed Martin shooting: A man opened fire at his workplace, killing six and wounding eight before committing suicide.[164]
June 14, 2003 Madison County, Montana 1 10[n 1] 11 2003 Ennis shooting: A man opened fire on a group of people outside of a bar, and then engaged in a high speed chase and shootout with law enforcement, he killed one and injured 10 including himself.[165]
April 14, 2003 New Orleans, Louisiana 1 3 4 John McDonogh High School shooting: Two perpetrators opened fire in the school gymnasium and killed one student and wounded three others.[166]
February 16 – October 23, 2002 Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, and Arizona 17 10 27 D.C. sniper attacks: Over ten months the two perpetrators killed seventeen people and injured ten others in robberies and sniper attacks in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area and along Interstate I-95.
July 4, 2002 Los Angeles, California 3[n 1] 5[n 17] 8 2002 Los Angeles International Airport shooting: The gunman opened fire at a line of passengers at a ticket counter, he killed two and injured five before being killed by a security officer.[167]
January 16, 2002 Grundy, Virginia 3 3 6 Appalachian School of Law shooting: A former student opened fire after a meeting with a professor in the offices of the dean of students and a professor, killing them and a student and injured three other students before he was subdued by a Marine veteran.[168]
March 5, 2001 Santee, California 2 13 15 Santana High School shooting: A 15-year-old student entered a boys bathroom and shot another student then left and began to fire widely, another student was killed and thirteen were injured.[169]
December 26, 2000 Wakefield, Massachusetts 7 0 7 Wakefield massacre: Michael McDermott, an application support employee, shot and killed seven co-workers.
May 24, 2000 New York City, New York 5 2 7 Wendy's massacre: Two robbers locked seven employees in the restaurant freezer and shot and killed five and wounded two during a robbery.[170]
March 1, 2000 Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania 3 2 5 2000 Wilkinsburg shooting: The perpetrator shot and killed three people in a racially motivated shooting spree.[171]

Summary

Summary list since 2018 which includes all mass shooting events, deaths, injuries, and victims documented across Wikipedia.

Year Events Dead Injured Victims
2021 411* 431* 1688* 2125*
2020 615 521 2541 3062
2019[172] --> 434 517 1643 2160
2018[173] --> 323 387 1283 1670
  • as of Dec 31, 2021

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List of mass shootings (20th century)

1990s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 2, 1999 Honolulu, Hawaii 7 0 7 1999 Honolulu shootings: A service technician opened fire inside a Xerox building and killed seven people while an eighth escaped, he then held thirty-five school children inside the Hawaii Nature Center before surrendering to police.
September 15, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas 8[n 1] 7 15 Wedgwood Baptist Church shooting: During a concert in the church for teenagers, the perpetrator entered and shot and killed seven attendees and wounded seven others before committing suicide.
August 10, 1999 Los Angeles, California 1 5 6 Los Angeles Jewish Community Center shooting: Affiliated with the Aryan Nations, the perpetrator killed one and wounded five when entering a Jewish community center.
July 27–29, 1999 Stockbridge and Atlanta, Georgia 10[n 1][n 18] 13 23 1999 Atlanta day trading firm shootings: The perpetrator bludgeoned his wife and two children to death within the two days before he entered two separate Buckhead firms. There, he shot fellow traders, killing an additional nine and wounding thirteen before committing suicide.
July 2–4, 1999 Chicago, Urbana, Springfield, and Decatur, Illinois Bloomington, Indiana 3[n 1] 10 13 1999 Independence Day weekend shootings: Part of the Creativity Movement, the perpetrator killed former Northwestern University basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong and a Korean American Indiana University graduate student Won-Joon Yoon as well as wounding a black minister and nine Orthodox Jews before killing himself.
April 20, 1999 Columbine, Colorado 15[n 1] 24 39 Columbine High School massacre: Two students from the school shot and killed twelve classmates and a teacher before committing suicide.
July 5, 1998 Tacoma, Washington 5 5 10 Trang Dai massacre: Four gunmen entered the Trang Dai Cafe and opened fire, killing five diners and wounding five others.
May 21, 1998 Springfield, Oregon 4 25 29 Thurston High School shooting: An expelled student targeted his parents and the school and killed four people and injured twenty-five others before being arrested.
April 24, 1998 Edinboro, Pennsylvania 1 4 5 Parker Middle School dance shooting: A 14-year-old student opened fire and fatally shot a teacher and injured another and two students during an 8th grade dance, before being arrested.[174]
March 24, 1998 Craighead County, Arkansas 5 10 15 Westside Middle School shooting: Two students aged 11 and 13, shot and killed four students and a teacher and injured ten others before being arrested.
March 6, 1998 Newington, Connecticut 5 0 5 Connecticut Lottery Headquarters shooting: A disgruntled accountant employed by Connecticut's lottery headquarters shot and stabbed four of his supervisors before taking his own life by gunshot.[175]
February 16, 1998 Sunnyvale, California 7 4 11 ESL Incorporated shooting: A former employee of ESL Incorporated shot eleven people at his former workplace, killing seven, including a former co-worker who filed a restraining order against him for stalking.
December 1, 1997 West Paducah, Kentucky 3 5 8 Heath High School shooting: A 14-year-old student opened fire on a group of students praying before the school opened, killing three and injuring five before surrendering.[176]
October 1, 1997 Pearl, Mississippi 3 7 10 Pearl High School shooting: The perpetrator shot and killed his mother, then drove to the high school and shot and killed two students and injured seven before being arrested.
September 15, 1997 Aiken, South Carolina 4 3 7 Aiken shooting: The perpetrator shot seven people at a manufacturing factory of his former employer. The perpetrator was executed in 2005.
August 19, 1997 Colebrook, New Hampshire and Bloomfield, Vermont 5[n 1] 4 9 Colebrook shooting: After killing two New Hampshire State troopers in a supermarket parking lot, a gunman drove to the office of a district judge, killing her and a newspaper editor who attempted to disarm him. Police pursued the gunman to Vermont, where he wounded four more police officers in a gunfight before being killed by police.
February 23, 1997 New York City, New York 2[n 1] 6 8 1997 Empire State Building shooting: A gunman opened fire on the observation deck of the Empire State Building, killing one and wounding six, before taking his own life.
February 19, 1997 Bethel, Alaska 2 2 4 Bethel Regional High School shooting: A student shot and killed two people and wounded two others before surrendering to police. He was reportedly assisted by several students in learning how to shoot, and many knew about the shooting plans in advance.
April 25, 1996 Jackson, Mississippi 5 3 8 1996 Jackson firehouse shooting: After killing his wife at home, a firefighter shot four supervisors and wounded two other coworkers, before leading officers on a chase and wounding one in a shootout.
February 2, 1996 Moses Lake, Washington 3 1 4 Frontier Middle School shooting: A student shot and killed a teacher and two students and wounded another before being arrested.[177]
November 7, 1994 Wickliffe, Ohio 1 3 4 Wickliffe Middle School shooting: A 37-year-old former student entered the building and shot and killed the custodian and wounded three other adults before he was arrested.[178]
June 20, 1994 Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington 5[n 1] 22 27 Fairchild Air Force Base shooting: A former airman who had been discharged returned to the base hospital and killed four people and injured twenty-two people before being shot and killed by responding police.
December 14, 1993 Aurora, Colorado 4 1 5 Aurora, Colorado, Chuck E. Cheese shooting: The perpetrator shot and killed four employees and injured one in revenge for being fired from the restaurant.
December 7, 1993 Garden City, New York 6 19 25 Long Island Rail Road shooting: A passenger opened fire on other passengers and killed six and wounded nineteen before being subdued by three passengers and arrested.
July 1, 1993 San Francisco, California 9[n 1] 6 15 101 California Street shooting: The perpetrator opened fire in an office building killed eight people and wounded six others before committing suicide.
January 25, 1993 Langley, Virginia 2 3 5 CIA Headquarters shooting: A Pakistani national fired an AK-47 style weapon at a line of cars waiting at red light to turn into the main entrance of the CIA Headquarters. He was captured in 1997.[179]
January 8, 1993 Palatine, Illinois 7 0 7 Brown's Chicken Massacre: Two robbers entered a Brown's Chicken restaurant and murdered seven employees. The two were arrested and convicted in 2007 and 2009.[180]
December 14, 1992 Great Barrington, Massachusetts 2 4 6 Bard College shooting: The perpetrator had been stockpiling ammunition and weapons in his dorm, and after several alarms had been raised by third parties, he opened fire and killed a professor and student and wounded four others.[181]
May 1, 1992 Olivehurst, California 4 10 14 Lindhurst High School Shooting and Hostage Situation (1992): A 20-year old past student opened fire on a classroom and killed four people, wounded ten others, and held eighty people hostage during an eight-hour siege before he surrendered.
December 6, 1991 Austin, Texas 4 0 4 1991 Austin Yogurt Shop murders: Four teenage girls aged; 13, 15, 17, and 17-years-old were shot and killed execution style after being stripped and bound with their own clothes, the store was also robbed and set on fire.[182]
November 14, 1991 Royal Oak, Michigan 5[n 1] 7 12 Royal Oak post office shootings: A former postal worker, who had been fired and had previously sent threats to the post office, shot eight people, killing four, before killing himself. Three others were injured escaping or hiding from the gunman.
November 1, 1991 Iowa City, Iowa 6[n 1] 1 7 University of Iowa shooting: A former graduate student attended a meeting for a research group before opening fire and killed five individuals and injured one before committing suicide.
October 16, 1991 Killeen, Texas 24[n 1] 27 51 Killeen, Texas, Luby's Restaurant shooting: A former Merchant Marine drove his vehicle through the front window of the restaurant before opening fire on a crowd of about eighty people, killing twenty-three and injuring twenty-seven before committing suicide.
April 4, 1991 Sacramento County, California 6[n 19] 14[n 20] 20 Sacramento Hostage Crisis: For eight hours forty-one people were held hostage inside an electronics store, by four Vietnamese refugees who killed three and injured 14. Three of the four perpetrators were shot and killed by responding police.[183]
August 9–10, 1991 Waddell, Arizona 9 0 9 Arizona Buddhist Temple shooting: Nine men were robbed and killed in a Buddhist temple, with the perpetrator remaining un-convicted until 2014.[184]
June 17–18, 1990 Jacksonville, Florida 9[n 1] 4 13 GMAC Office shooting: A convicted felon returned to the loan office he had used to purchase a car and opened fire, killing nine people and injuring four before committing suicide.
February 10, 1990 Las Cruces, New Mexico 4 3 7 Las Cruces bowling alley massacre: Two unknown perpetrators entered the bowling alley and killed four people and injured three before fleeing. The case is still unsolved.

1980s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
September 14, 1989 Louisville, Kentucky 9[n 1] 12 21 Standard Gravure shooting (1989): A 47-year-old pressman killed eight people and injured twelve at his former workplace, Standard Gravure, before committing suicide
January 17, 1989 Stockton, California 6[n 1] 32 38 Cleveland Elementary School shooting: A drifter used a semi-automatic rife to kill five children and wound thirty-two other students and teachers on the school playground before committing suicide.
September 26, 1988 Greenwood, South Carolina 2 9 11 Oakland Elementary School shooting: The perpetrator shot and killed two eight-year-old students and wounded nine others (seven students, a teacher, and a gym coach) in the school's cafeteria and a classroom before being arrested. He was sentenced to death.
July 17, 1988 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 4 6[n 1] 10 Old Salisbury Road shooting: The perpetrator shot nine passers-by from the center line on the road, killing four and injuring five before being arrested.
May 20, 1988 Winnetka, Illinois 2[n 1] 6 8 Attacks by Laurie Dann: The perpetrator entered the Hubbard Woods Elementary School and killed one student and wounded five others before entering a home and holding the inhabitants hostage before committing suicide.
February 16, 1988 Sunnyvale, California 7 4 11 ESL shooting: After stalking his coworker, the perpetrator entered the ESL building with several weapons and shot at employees and bystanders, killing seven people and wounding four before surrendering to police and SWAT officers.[185]
December 22–28, 1987 Dover and Russelville, Arkansas 16 4 20 Murders by Ronald Gene Simons: The perpetrator murdered sixteen friends and family—eight by gunfire, seven by strangulation, and one by drowning—and wounded four others before being arrested.[186]
December 7, 1987 Cayucos, California 43[n 1] 0 43 Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771 (1987): The perpetrator David Burke entered the cockpit of Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771 and killed the pilot and co-pilot as well as shooting three other people before crashing the plane and killing all forty-three passengers and crew on board.
January 17, 1987 Shelby, North Carolina 3 2 5 Shelby bookstore murders: Several men shot five people execution-style at an adult bookstore, killing three, before setting the establishment on fire. Two men were charged for the killings but were either acquitted or had their charges dismissed, and the crime is officially unsolved.
August 20, 1986 Edmond, Oklahoma 15[n 1] 6 21 Edmond post office shooting: A part-time employee entered to begin his day before locking the doors and killing fourteen coworkers and injuring six others before committing suicide.
October 30, 1985 Springfield, Pennsylvania 3 7 10 Springfield Mall shooting: The perpetrator fired first at customers outside the Springfield Mall, and then moved inside and killed 3 and wounded 7 before she was disarmed.[187]
October 18, 1985 Detroit, Michigan 0 6 6 Murray-Wright High School shooting: During half-time at a football game, the perpetrator opened fire with a shotgun on individuals that he had earlier fought with and wounded six.
December 22, 1984 New York City, New York 0 4 4 1984 New York City subway shooting: Four teenagers were shot and wounded by the perpetrator on a New York subway train.[188]
July 18, 1984 San Diego, California 23[n 1][n 12] 19 41 San Ysidro McDonald's massacre: A male suspect entered a busy McDonald's and opened fire with an Uzi, shotgun and semiautomatic pistol, and killed twenty-two people (including an unborn child) and injured nineteen before being killed by a police sniper.
April 15, 1984 New York City, New York 10 0 10 Palm Sunday massacre: During a believed home invasion ten people—three adults, one teenager, and six children—were killed. An infant was left unharmed.[189]
February 24, 1984 Los Angeles, California 3[n 1] 12 15 49th Street Elementary School shooting: The perpetrator fired on children in a school playground from his home across the street, and killed two individuals and injured twelve others before committing suicide.
February 19, 1983 Seattle, Washington 13 1 14 Wah Mee massacre: Three perpetrators entered a gambling club at the Louisa Hotel during a robbery and killed thirteen people and wounded one in an attempt to leave no witnesses.[190]
September 25, 1982 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and Jenkins Township, Pennsylvania 13 1 14 Murders by George Banks: The perpetrator used an AR-15 to shoot and kill thirteen people and injure one in his home and the home of a former girlfriend. A four-hour standoff occurred before officers were able to arrest and hold him on several charges.[191]
August 20, 1982 Miami, Florida 8 3 11 Welding shop shooting: A teacher opened fire inside a welding shop, killing eight people and injuring three before attempting to flee by bicycle; he was run down as he cycled away.
August 9, 1982 Grand Prairie, Texas 6 4 10 Grand Prairie shooting: A man killed six people at two warehouses before stealing a truck and dying in a shootout with police.
May 3, 1982 Anchorage, Alaska 4 0 4 Russian Jack Springs Park shooting: A schizophrenic man left a psychiatric hospital on a day pass and killed four teenagers in a park before being arrested.
February 16, 1982 near Farwell, Michigan 6 1 7 Rock Road massacre: Livestock auctioneer Robert Lee Haggart shot and killed six members of the Post family on the day before a court hearing to finalize his divorce from one of the victims.
May 7, 1981 Salem, Oregon 5 18 23 Oregon Museum Tavern shooting: The perpetrator entered the location and fired, killing five people and injuring eighteen before he was wrestled to the ground.
March 30, 1981 Washington D.C. 1[n 21] 3 4 Attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan: John Hinckley Jr. attempted to kill President Ronald Reagan as to impress actress Jodie Foster, who he was infatuated with. Reagan was shot but survived, as did Secret Service agent Tim McCarthy and police officer Thomas Delahanty. Press Secretary James Brady was also shot, but he suffered permanent brain damage as a result, and his death in 2014 was ruled a homicide.
June 22, 1980 Daingerfield, Texas 5 11[n 1] 16 Daingerfield church shooting: The perpetrator killed five people and wounded ten others after they had declined to be character witnesses in the trial of him raping his daughter.

1970s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
November 3, 1979 Greensboro, North Carolina 5 12 17 Greensboro Massacre (1979): Members of the Communist Workers Party and others demonstrated against the KKK and the American Nazi Party, the event dissolved into a gunfight in which five people were killed and about twelve people were wounded.
January 29, 1979 San Diego, California 2 9 11 Cleveland Elementary School shooting: A 16-year-old girl who lived across the street shot and killed two people and injured nine others before being arrested.
June 28, 1978 Boston, Massachusetts 5 0 5 Blackfriars massacre: Four known criminals and a former Boston television investigative news anchorman and reporter were all killed in a supposed sale of cocaine.
September 4, 1977 San Francisco, California 5 11 16 Golden Dragon Massacre (1977): Five members of a Chinese youth gang attempted to kill rival gang members, which quickly turned into a shootout in which five people died and eleven were injured.
July 12, 1976 Fullerton, California 7 2 9 California State University, Fullerton, shooting: A custodian at the university killed seven people and wounded two others before fleeing the school. He was arrested.
March 30, 1975 Hamilton, Ohio 11 0 11 Easter Sunday Massacre: The perpetrator shot and killed his mother, brother, sister-in-law, and eight nieces and nephews in five minutes before calling police and being arrested.[192]
December 30, 1974 Olean, New York 3 11 14 Olean High School shooting: A student locked himself in a third floor room before shooting out the window, killing three people and injuring eleven before being subdued with tear gas and arrested.
November 14, 1974 Amityville, New York 6 0 6 Ronald DeFeo Jr. Family Murders (1974): Basis for The Amityville Horror, where the perpetrator was convicted for the killing of his parents and siblings, six people in all.
October 19, 1974 New Britain, Connecticut 6 0 6 Donna Lee Bakery murders: A bakery owner, a clerk, three customers, and a passerby were shot in the back of the head during a robbery at a bakery.
April 22, 1974 Ogden, Utah 3 2 5 Hi-Fi murders: Three men robbed a Hi-Fi store in Ogden, Utah and took five people hostage by tying them up and torturing them, then shooting three of them to death and injuring two more.[193][194][195][196][197]
November 17, 1973 Lyon County, Iowa 4 1 5 1973 Gitchie Manitou Murders: Five teenagers were attacked in Gitchie Manitou State Preserve, by three brothers. The four males were killed and the female was kidnapped and raped before escaping.[198]
April 22, 1973 Los Angeles, California 7 9 16 1973 Los Angeles shooting: A man shot sixteen people in the South Side of Los Angeles, killing seven and wounding nine. The gunman was sentenced to life imprisonment.
January 18, 1973 Washington D.C. 7 2 9 Hanafi Murders: Three individuals were shot and killed, while two others were wounded, and four children drowned in an attack by six men.[199]
December 31, 1972 – January 7, 1973 New Orleans, Louisiana 10[n 1] 13 23 Howard Johnson's shooting: Over the course of ten hours and in several locations the perpetrator, having previously killed two police officers and wounded a third, killed seven people and injured ten before being shot and killed by police.
September 6, 1972 Saint Croix, United States Virgin Islands 8 8 16 Fountain Valley massacre: Five men shot at employees and tourists at a golf course, killing eight.[200]
November 9, 1971 Westfield, New Jersey 5 0 5 Murders by John List: John List shot and killed his wife, mother and three teenage children in a belief that he needed to save their souls through death, he was arrested in 1989 after living under an assumed name after a neighbor recognized him from America's Most Wanted.[201]
February 15, 1971 Dallas, Texas 3 1 4 1971 Shooting of Dallas Police Officers: Two men abducted five law enforcement officers, before opening fire and killed three and injured one. The fifth officer escaped and called for help.[202]
August 7, 1970 San Rafael, California 4[n 1] 2 6 Marin County Civic Center attacks: The 17-year-old perpetrator took hostages in a court room in an attempt to coerce the release of the Soledad Brothers. Three prisoners released during the siege joined him in the attack, which left the main perpetrator dead along with three others and two others wounded.[203]
May 15, 1970 Jackson, Mississippi 2 12 14 Jackson State University shooting: After responding to the university due to a growing unrest, officers opened fire on a dorm building and two students (one from a local high school) were killed and twelve were injured.
May 4, 1970 Kent, Ohio 4 9 13 Kent State shootings: During a protest of the bombing of Cambodia at the university, members of the Ohio National Guard opened fire, killing four and injuring nine people.

1960s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
May 21–25, 1969 Greensboro, North Carolina 2 27 29 1969 Greensboro uprising: Student protestors, police officers and members of the National Guard exchanged gunfire on the campuses of James B. Dudley High School and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, due to civil rights issues. Two were killed and twenty-seven injured.[204]
April 5, 1969 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 5[n 1] 16 21 1969 Pennsylvania Turnpike shooting: A man shot multiple people along the Pennsylvania Turnpike before committing suicide.
July 23–24, 1968 Cleveland, Ohio 6 12 18 Glenville shootout: A gun battle between the Cleveland Police Department and the Black Nationalists of New Libya led to six people being killed and at least twelve injured, and sparked the Glenville Riots.[205]
June 25, 1968 Good Hart, Michigan 6 0 6 Robison family murders: While vacationing, a family was shot and killed, with the parents also bludgeoned with a hammer. The investigation continued for fifteen months after the bodies were discovered.[206]
February 8, 1968 Orangeburg, South Carolina 3 27 30 South Carolina State University shooting: After responding to the scene of about 200 protestors protesting racial segregation, after an officer was assaulted, officers began to shoot into the crowd; three people were killed and twenty-seven injured.
November 12, 1966 Mesa, Arizona 5 2 7 Rose-Mar College of Beauty shooting: A gunman inspired by other mass murderers held seven women at gunpoint at a cosmetology college, including two babies, before fatally shooting five of them and wounding two.
August 1, 1966 Austin, Texas 17[n 1][n 12] 31 48 University of Texas tower shooting: A student and former Marine sharpshooter killed his wife and mother before using the University of Texas clock tower as a sniper's nest to kill 15 people, including a pregnant woman, and wound 31 before being killed by police.
April 25, 1965 Orcutt, California 4[n 1] 10 14 1965 Highway 101 sniper attack: A 16-year-old stole his father's military rifle and shot at automobiles driving down the highway, killing two and injuring eleven before committing suicide. A third victim died later at the hospital.[207]

1950s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 19, 1959 Osprey, Florida 4 0 4 Walker Family Murders: A husband and wife were murdered along with their two children after returning home. The wife was also raped prior to being killed.[208]
November 15, 1959 Holcomb, Kansas 4 0 4 Clutter Family Murders: Four members of the Clutter family, parents and two teenage children were shot and killed in their home by two robbers.[209]
January 18, 1958 Maxton, North Carolina 0 4 4 Battle of Hayes Pond: During a publicized Ku Klux Klan rally there was a clash between Lumbee Indians and Klan members, causing a disruption of the rally and four Klansmen to be wounded. Most of the resulting news coverage condemned the Klansmen and praised the Lumbees.[210]
March 1, 1954 Washington D.C. 0 5 5 1954 United States Capitol Shooting Incident: Four Puerto Rican nationalists shot from the Ladies Gallery of the House of Representatives chamber and wounded five Representatives.[211]

1940s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
September 6, 1949 Camden, New Jersey 13 3 16 'Walk of Death' Killings by Howard Unruh: The perpetrator walked through his neighborhood for 12 minutes and killed thirteen; including three children, and injured three.[212]
July 25, 1946 Walton County, Georgia 4 0 4 Moore's Ford Lynching: Four young African Americans composed of two married couples were lynched by a white mob and were shot and killed.[213]
July 8, 1945 Salina, Utah 9 19 28 Utah Prisoner of War Massacre: Nine German POWs were killed and nineteen wounded by an American Army Private who shot at them while on guard duty.[214]

1930s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
October 24, 1935 Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 5 2 7 Rio Piedras Massacre: During a student assembly armed guards had been requested in case of violence. After stopping a suspicious vehicle a struggle ensued and four members of the Puerto Rican National party were killed as well as a bystander and a student and officer wounded.[215]
November 5, 1934 Kelayres, Pennsylvania 5 12–25 17–30 Kelayres Massacre: An election-eve parade and rally was shot at as it passed by the home of the local Republican boss, three victims died and between twelve and twenty-five were wounded.[216]
June 17, 1933 Kansas City, Missouri 5 3 8 Kansas City Massacre: Four law enforcement officers and a fugitive were killed, with three law enforcement officers wounded in a shootout between the two groups.[217]
March 6, 1933 Cleveland, Ohio 6[n 1] 6 12 1933 Cleveland shooting: A mentally ill man shot five people to death and injured six others before being shot to death by police.[218]

1920s

Date Location Dead Injured Total Description
December 25, 1929 Germanton, North Carolina 7[n 1] 0 7 Murder of the Lawson family: Charles Lawson shot and killed his wife and five children, and bludgeoned his youngest child to death, before committing suicide. The second eldest child survived after being sent on an errand.[219]
February 14, 1929 Chicago, Illinois 7 0 7 Saint Valentine's Day Massacre: Seven members and associates of Chicago's North Side Gang were shot and killed execution style against a garage wall.[220]
November 21, 1927 Serene, Colorado 6 0 6 Columbine Mine Massacre: A fight broke out between striking coal mine workers and Colorado state militia. The unarmed miners claimed that they were fired upon by a mine tipple or machine gun, which is disputed by police.[221]
September 9, 1924 Hanapepe, Hawaii 20 0 20 Hanapepe Massacre: During a strike of Filipino sugar workers, in an attempt to rescue two hostage strikebreakers police killed 16 strikers, while strikers killed four law enforcement members.[222]
January 1923 Levy County, Florida 8 27–150 35–158 Rosewood Massacre: The massacre was a racially motivated massacre and destruction of the town of Rosewood after a white woman claimed she was beaten and raped by a black man. The town was overrun by a white mob who hunted for the black inhabitants who had fled the area and hid in surrounding swamps before being evacuated. Six black and two white individuals were killed and between 27 and 150 were wounded.[223]
June 21–22, 1922 Herrin, Illinois 23 0 23 Herrin Massacre: During a United Mineworkers of America nationwide strike union miners shot at strikebreakers working at the mine. The mine's guards killed three union miners on June 21, and the miners killed 20 strikebreakers and guards on June 22.[224]
May 31 – June 1, 1921 Greenwood, Tulsa, Oklahoma 36–300
[225][226]
800+ 836+
(exact number disputed)
Tulsa race massacre: When white mobs attacked the black residents and business of the Greenwood District in Tulsa. The attack was carried out using guns, fire and private aircraft and aided by the United States National Guard. The attack, carried out on the ground and from private aircraft, destroyed more than 35 square blocks of the district – at that time the wealthiest black community in the United States, known as "Black Wall Street".[227]
November 2, 1920 Ocoee, Florida 34–37 unknown 34–37+ Ocoee massacre: White mob attack on African-American residents on day of the 1920 presidential election. Started because a black man wanted to vote. All black-owned property seized and population reduced to 0 for 60 years.[228]

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List of mass shootings in the United States (1900–1999)

List of mass shootings in the United States (1900–1999)

This is a list of notable mass shootings in the United States in the 20th century.

Honolulu

Honolulu

Honolulu is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Hawaii, which is in the Pacific Ocean. It is an unincorporated county seat of the consolidated City and County of Honolulu, situated along the southeast coast of the island of Oʻahu, and is the westernmost and southernmost major U.S. city. Honolulu is Hawaii's main gateway to the world. It is also a major hub for business, finance, hospitality, and military defense in both the state and Oceania. The city is characterized by a mix of various Asian, Western, and Pacific cultures, reflected in its diverse demography, cuisine, and traditions.

1999 Honolulu shootings

1999 Honolulu shootings

The 1999 Honolulu shootings or the Xerox murders were an incident of mass murder that occurred on November 2, 1999, in a Xerox Corporation building in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. Service technician Byran Koji Uyesugi shot at eight people; wounding seven fatally. This was the worst mass shooting in the history of Hawaii.

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Texas and the 13th-largest city in the United States. It is the county seat of Tarrant County, covering nearly 350 square miles (910 km2) into four other counties: Denton, Johnson, Parker, and Wise. According to a 2022 United States census estimate, Fort Worth's population was 958,692. Fort Worth is the second-largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area, which is the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States.

Larry Gene Ashbrook

Larry Gene Ashbrook

Larry Gene Ashbrook was an American mass murderer who killed seven people and injured a further seven at a post See You at the Pole Rally featuring a concert by the Christian rock group Forty Days, before committing suicide. It occurred at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, on September 15, 1999.

Aryan Nations

Aryan Nations

Aryan Nations is a North American antisemitic, neo-Nazi, white supremacist organization that was originally based in Kootenai County, Idaho, about 2+3⁄4 miles (4.4 km) north of the city of Hayden Lake. Richard Girnt Butler founded the group in the 1970s.

Atlanta

Atlanta

Atlanta is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Georgia. It is the seat of Fulton County, the most populous county in Georgia, but its territory falls in both Fulton and DeKalb counties. With a population of 498,715 living within the city limits, it is the eighth most populous city in the Southeast and 38th most populous city in the United States according to the 2020 U.S. census. It is the core of the much larger Atlanta metropolitan area, which is home to more than 6.1 million people, making it the eighth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Situated among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains at an elevation of just over 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level, it features unique topography that includes rolling hills, lush greenery, and the most dense urban tree coverage of any major city in the United States.

1999 Atlanta day trading firm shootings

1999 Atlanta day trading firm shootings

On July 29, 1999, a shooting spree occurred at two Atlanta-area day trading firms, Momentum Securities and the All-Tech Investment Group. Nine people were killed, and 13 other people were injured. The gunman, identified as 44-year-old former day trader Mark Orrin Barton, later committed suicide in Acworth before he could be apprehended by police.

Decatur, Illinois

Decatur, Illinois

Decatur is the largest city and the county seat of Macon County in the U.S. state of Illinois, with a population of 70,522 as of the 2020 Census. The city was founded in 1829 and is situated along the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur in Central Illinois. Decatur is the seventeenth-most populous city in Illinois.

Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the central region of the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the seventh-largest city in Indiana and the fourth-largest outside the Indianapolis metropolitan area. According to the Monroe County History Center, Bloomington is known as the "Gateway to Scenic Southern Indiana". The city was established in 1818 by a group of settlers from Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Virginia who were so impressed with "a haven of blooms" that they called it Bloomington.

1999 Independence Day weekend shootings

1999 Independence Day weekend shootings

During the weekend of July 4, 1999, white supremacist Benjamin Smith targeted Orthodox Jews and members of racial and ethnic minorities in a three-day drive-by shooting rampage in Illinois and Indiana, after which he committed suicide. Smith was member of the neo-Nazi World Church of the Creator.

Creativity (religion)

Creativity (religion)

Creativity, historically known as The (World) Church of the Creator, is an atheistic ("nontheistic") white supremacist religious movement which espouses white separatism, antitheism, antisemitism, scientific racism, homophobia, and religious and philosophical naturalism. Creativity calls itself a "white racialist" religion and it has been classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League. It was founded in Lighthouse Point, Florida, United States, by Ben Klassen as the "Church of the Creator" in 1973, and now, it has a presence in several states of the US as well as Australia, Eastern Europe and the UK.

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  2. ^ 19 by gunfire and 6 from fleeing accidents
  3. ^ a b Four injured by gunfire
  4. ^ 2 by gunfire, 1 by vehicular homicide
  5. ^ 12 by gunfire.
  6. ^ 4 killed by gunfire/stabbing, and 1 from stabbing.
  7. ^ 8 by gunfire and 5 by evacuation accidents
  8. ^ 9 by gunfire and 5 by evacuation accidents
  9. ^ 10 by gunfire and 19 by evacuation accidents
  10. ^ Seventeen injured by gunfire
  11. ^ Three injured by gunfire
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i Including an unborn child
  13. ^ Three killed by stabbing, four by gunfire including the shooter
  14. ^ Seven injured by gunfire, seven struck by vehicle
  15. ^ Six by gunfire
  16. ^ Five by gunfire
  17. ^ One injured by a knife
  18. ^ Three other people were bludgeoned to death prior to the shooting spree
  19. ^ Including 3 perpetrators
  20. ^ 11 by gunfire
  21. ^ James Brady was injured in the shooting, but he was permanently disabled until dying of injuries from the gunshot wound in 2014
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