The principal of a South Dakota high school was shot and lightly wounded Wednesday in a shooting at the school, but authorities said a suspect was in custody and no students were reported hurt.
Harrisburg High School Principal Kevin Lein suffered a flesh wound in the morning attack, Superintendent James Holbeck told local media outlets.
A student suspected in the shooting was in custody, Lincoln County Deputy State's Attorney Ross Wright said. He said Lein was in stable condition.
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District administrative assistant Tracy Heiden said all 635 students were safe, but the school was locked down.