What prosecutors say happened before fatal high school shooting in Seattle
Anxious parents wait for word outside Ingraham High School as police respond to reports of shooting at the school on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, in Seattle. - Greg Gilbert/The Seattle Times/TNS

SEATTLE — Ten minutes before a 17-year-old Ingraham High School student was fatally shot in a hallway last week, he was involved in a fight in a bathroom with five other students in a failed attempt to take a handgun from one of the teens, according to King County prosecutors. The 14-year-old suspected shooter, who was also involved in the bathroom fight, was charged Monday with premeditated first-degree murder in the 17-year-old’s shooting death and also with first-degree assault, as charging papers say he is accused of shooting at a second 17-year-old boy. Prosecutors also filed a motion Mon...