Thanks to Las Vegas Dan, we learn of another one (emphasis mine):
An assistant preschool teacher was shot and killed Friday as she was leaving the school to go home.
Tetyana Nikitina, 34, died when Mary Nance Hanson, 70, fired several shots at her as Nikitina drove away, said Unified Police Lt. Don Hutson. Hanson then reloaded and allegedly fired several more rounds.[...]
Nikitina had just left the school for the day and got into her car when Hanson approached her and opened fire, Hutson said.
Hanson, armed with a .38-caliber revolver, unloaded her gun into the car as Nikitina sat in the driver's seat and began to pull away. Hanson then reloaded and continued firing through the car at close range, he said.
The revolver typically holds five rounds. Police would not say how many shots they believe were fired.
When asked if the alleged shooter had any signs of impairment or illness, Hutson said, "She looked coherent. She made appropriate (answers) when we asked her questions."
Hanson was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail Friday for investigation of murder. She is a concealed weapons permit holder, and her most recent address is in Taylorsville. Investigators found her car parked about a mile away from the crime scene, Hutson said.
These stories keep popping up everywhere. Which made it initially kind of difficult to understand why the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Editorial Board would say that they are now suddenly in favor of CCW, which they've been against for years. And then it dawned on me, their pet candidate Scott Walker claims to be pro-gun. It kind of shows where their priorities are.