Three people have been wounded after a shooting at a college north of Houston, Texas.
Police say two people, one of whom was a student, got into an argument Tuesday at Lone Star College and pulled out guns.
One of the gunmen was wounded and two bystanders were also hit. It is unclear if any of the injuries are serious.
Police say both alleged gunmen were arrested.
Tuesday's shooting came as the nation is embroiled in a debate over gun control following the December massacre of 20 elementary school students in Connecticut.
President Barack Obama has called for tighter gun laws while opponents say the constitution guarantees them the right to arm themselves.