shooting-alertEmergency alert systems at Umpqua Community College may have failed to warn students and faculty of a shooter on campus Oct. 1.

Three associate professors told The Oregonian/OregonLive they did not receive emergency notifications that were supposed to show up on computers connected to a college network. Two of the three also said they were enrolled in that should have sent them a text message, but they never received one.

Rita Cavin, the interim college president, said on Oct. 2, the day after the shootings, that she had received conflicting reports of warning-system...

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