It's been 20 years since chaos erupted at Westside Middle School near Jonesboro. Shots were fired, killing four young girls and their teacher 32-year-old Shannon Wright. It's a day that forever changed for Mitch and Zane Wright, Shannon's husband and son.
Twenty years later, the Westside School District near Jonesboro looks the same, but in many ways it's much different. On March 24, 1998, two young shooters, ages 13 and 11, killed four students, Natalie Brooks, Paige Ann Herring, Stephanie Johnson, and Britthney Varner, along with sixth grade teacher Shannon Wright.