OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Three teenage boys are recovering today after being shot at Millwood High School.
A 17-year-old suffered a grazing wound to the chest in Saturday night's shooting. Police say none of the injuries suffered by the three teens are life-threatening.
Oklahoma City police Lieutenant Don Holland says police are looking for a white Chevrolet Monte Carlo connected with the shooting.
After shots were fired at the high school, the incident spilled to a nearby McDonald's on North Martin Luther King Avenue. Police say the white car was again spotted and similar shell casings were later collected.