CHARLESTON, West Virginia — West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered all flags at all state facilities lowered in honor of the victims of a community college shooting in Roseburg, Oregon.
On Saturday, Tomblin ordered the lowering of U.S. and state flags until sunset on Tuesday.
A gunman fatally shot eight students and a teacher on Thursday at Umpqua Community College before committing suicide as police arrived.
Tomblin called it a "senseless act of violence" and says the loss of the victims "touches us all."