Just about every radio station is all over this story.
Interviews being broadcast
21 victims being treated right now for injuries, including cuts from leaping behind tables or out through broken windows for cover.
12 people dead, including a police officer who stopped writing a traffic ticket to go into the bar when a man alerted him.
The officer was within a few years of retirement from the police force.
The shooter had a Glock 21, 0.45 calibur handgun with an extended magazine (illegal in California). It had been legally purchased, locally.
He was a former Marine, who reportedly had "mental issues," but somehow not severe enough to be detained or confined ("5150").
Hundreds of college students were at the bar before midnight when the shooting occurred.
They scattered immediately, leaving the bar by every possible means, back doors, fire escapes, out windows after breaking them.
The shooter was standing near the front door so probably nobody went out through that door while the shooter was active.
The shooter was neutralized quickly. He was a local resident, 28 years old.
Local colleges have cancelled classes for the day:
One station reported that there had been some people present at this bar who had also been present in Las Vegas last year at that shooting.
Some of the people present had in mind that a shooting could happen and had already been thinking about what to do in such an event.