For a second day in a row, an armed student at a school in Wisconsin was shot and wounded by a school resource officer.
On Tuesday, a 16-year-old student at Oshkosh West High School was shot after he allegedly stabbed a police department resource officer. Investigators say the unidentified student approached the officer and stabbed him in his wrist. The officer quickly responded by firing one shot at the student. Both were treated for their injuries and are expected to recover.
A day earlier, a resource officer in Waukesha shot a 17-year-old student who had pointed a pellet gun at him. The student was shot in the leg and arm and is expected to make a recovery. In both incidents, schools were evacuated and each student is facing felony charges. (CBS News)