Saw this on WTA, I don't see it here yet, and figured it would be good to spread. Basics of the story is 10 college students at an apartment for a birthday party. 2 masked gunmen enter, demand valuables, seperate men from women, and then discuss amongst themselves if they brought enough ammo to kill 10 people. One student grabbed a handgun from backpack, engages the thug who was assigned to guard the men. Thug flees. Student then goes and finds the 2nd thug about to rape one of the women. Student fires, Thug #2 jumps out window but is found dead a short distance away. One student was injured in the crossfire. If 10 students on campus were killed by a gunman this would be getting national attention. 1 student saving 10 is not nearly as newsworthy I guess. http://www.wsbtv.com/news/19365762/detail.html Edit to add: Guys, please click on that link. Newspaper sites are judged by how much traffic a story generates. Reading my copy-and-paste version here does NOTHING. Reading it there means the paper is fairly compensated, AND it means that newspaper and other newspapers are more likely to run similar stories. Newspapers and TV stations show news that sells.