Several Injured After Little Rock Nightclub Shooting
LITLLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Little Rock Police say they are investigating a shooting at an Arkansas nightclub that left at least 17 people injured.
Little Rock police chief Kenton Buckner told reporters that the shooting early Saturday morning at the Power Ultra Lounge appears to have happened following "some sort of dispute broke out between people inside."
Police say via Twitter that all 17 victims, some of whom suffered injuries while fleeing, are alive and one victim who was previously listed in critical condition is now stable
Police say they do not "believe this incident was an active shooter or terror related incident."
The club is in downtown Little Rock about 1 mile (1.61 kilometer) east of the state Capitol.