Ten people are dead after a gunman opened fire.
The alleged shooter is an 18-year-old white man from a small town more than 200 miles away. He's now in police custody.
Yeah, authorities have confirmed that he was actually picked up by state police a year ago after making some sort of general threat against his hometown high school.
They did a mental health evaluation, and he wasn't deemed to be dangerous.
He had previously been to Buffalo the day before the shooting, doing some sort of reconnaissance of the scene.
And he's now on suicide watch in solitary confinement.
You've been talking to people in that community who've gathered around the Tops grocery store where this all happened.
What have you heard?
There was a crowded interfaith vigil on the corner of Jefferson Avenue outside of the Tops supermarket yesterday.
And Pastor Tim Brown, who you heard earlier, spoke - was one of many preachers to speak - clergyman to speak to the neighborhood, which is on the east side of Main Street, where 85% of Buffalo's Black population lives.
And he also spoke about the alleged shooter.
New York's attorney general, Letitia James, also spoke at the service.
Was her message in the same vein?
Well, you know, she was the only outside politician who tried - who waded into this crowd.
But she was actually shouted down as she started speaking.
Letitia James hasn't prosecuted the police that were hurting our people.
And now she wants to come here and console our people?
She has not stood up for Buffalo since she's been in office.
There's a lot of pain in this neighborhood, and I understand that.
So the crowd was sort of divided.
Many were calling - you know, to let their guest speak.
And James is a leading Black voice in New York.
But others seem just tired of hearing promises when these killings just don't stop.
And the man who interrupted her, Myles Carter, lived just one street over.
And he was at a community meeting when the shooting happened and people started finding out who had died.
I've heard a mother cry before when she loses a child, but it's not something that I've ever had to hear over and over and over and over again in one day.
And it just - it really just got, like, deep into my soul. Like, I still feel it, and I can still hear everything.
He told me he's got five kids and he's afraid, not just of raising them here in Buffalo, but raising them in America today.
The governor of New York, Kathy Hochul, is actually from Buffalo, right?
What's been her message?
Yeah. Yeah, she was talking about this neighborhood in very familiar terms.
And she said that in the long term, she's just going to keep fighting to tighten gun laws, not just in New York, but in the surrounding states where some of these military-style weapons are legal and can be taken across borders.
And she said she's also hoping that the U.S. Supreme Court will help New York uphold its gun laws.
The court is considering a challenge to New York's strict concealed weapons law.