At least 107 mass shootings have unfolded so far this year in the US, per the Gun Violence Archive, which like CNN defines a mass shooting as four or more people shot, not including the shooter. Consistent data about the state of gun violence is hard to come by, leaving organizations like the Gun Violence Archive to fill in the gaps.
Here is a snapshot of the recent weekend’s spate of mass shootings, from Friday afternoon to Sunday:
New Iberia, Louisiana: 5 injured, including an infant
A drive-by shooting Friday night in New Iberia, Louisiana, injured five people, among them a 7-month-old, according to the local police department.
Police officers responded around 9:30 p.m. (10:30 p.m. ET) to a shooting in the 200 block of C V Jackson Drive, the department said in a statement. Three people suffered non-life-threatening injuries, while two others, including the infant and an adult, were hospitalized in critical condition.
The infant was in stable condition Monday and scheduled to have surgery, police said. The adult lost her left eye as a result of the shooting and had been released from the hospital.
The shooting remains under investigation.
Norfolk, Virginia: 2 killed, 3 wounded outside restaurant
Two people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting early Saturday in downtown Norfolk, Virginia, police said.
Officers responded around 2 a.m. ET and found Jenkins and two men with life-threatening gunshot wounds. One of them, 25-year-old Devon M. Harris, was pronounced dead at the scene, and the other man was taken to a hospital, police said in a news release.
Jenkins was also taken to the hospital, where she died, police said. Two more men found by police at the scene with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds were taken to the hospital, according to police.
Jenkins was “a bright and talented woman with so much promise,” said the Virginian-Pilot’s editor-in-chief, Kris Worrell. “Her passion for journalism was undeniable and our community is better because of her reporting. She brought both energy and empathy to her work as an education reporter.”
“To have the life of such a talented young person cut short is devastating,” Worrell added. “Our thoughts are with Sierra’s family and all those who knew and loved her. We are absolutely heartbroken.”
Madison Heights, Virginia: 1 killed, 4 wounded
Killed was T’Khira Monique Browley of Lynchburg, which sits just across the James River from Madison Heights, Viar said.
Other victims include a 16-year-old boy shot in the arm, a 28-year-old man shot in the leg, a 30-year-old man shot in the hand and an 18-year-old woman shot in the back, Viar said. She is still in the hospital and on Sunday was in critical but stable condition, he added.
No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to contact authorities.
Dumas, Arkansas: 1 killed, 27 injured at car show
At least six children were among the injured, according to Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The children suffered non-life-threatening injuries and most had been released from the hospital following treatment Sunday. A 1-year-old boy and two siblings — ages 8 and 11 — were among the children injured, according to family members of the baby and siblings.
The Dumas Police Department was searching for two more suspects in connection with the shooting and had one person in custody on unrelated charges, Col. Bill Bryant of the state police said.
The shots were fired just after 7 p.m. (8 p.m. ET) at the car show, which was hosted by the Hood-Nic Foundation and Delta Neighborhood Empowerment Organization, a group providing educational programs and support for Dumas-area youth, according to its website.
Authorities earlier said 28 people were injured but on Monday said one was counted twice.
Houston: 1 teenager killed, 3 wounded outside birthday party
A 17-year-old male was pronounced dead at an area hospital, according to Gonzalez.
Two other 17-year-olds were taken to the hospital, including one by LifeFlight to Texas Children’s Hospital, according to the sheriff’s office. The other was treated and released, then taken into custody on an unrelated warrant, the sheriff’s office said.
A 14-year-old girl was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at a hospital, the sheriff’s office said.
No suspects have been identified and the cause of the fight that led to the gunfire is unknown, according to Gonzalez.
Fayetteville, North Carolina: 3 killed, 3 wounded at hotel
William Franklin Davis, 42, died at the scene, and two others — Keith Allan Dickey, 37, and Donald Dillenbeck, 49 — died at the hospital, police said. Three others were still being treated for gunshot wounds.
“Detectives have determined the shooting is not random,” the police department said, urging anyone with information to come forward.
Dallas: At least 10 wounded
At least 10 people were wounded, one of them critically, in a shooting Saturday night in Dallas, according to Dallas Police Department spokesperson Brian Martinez.
An undetermined number of others were injured trying to get away from the shooting scene, Martinez said.
Police cautioned information is limited and the investigation is ongoing.
Austin, Texas: 4 shot near SXSW festival
Police described the injuries as “minor,” according to Twitter. The shooting erupted near Neches and 6th streets, in the capital’s entertainment district, Austin-Travis County EMS tweeted early Sunday.
Police were on patrol near East 6th Street’s Toulouse Bar when they heard “several gunshots coming from that area,” according to a series of tweets on the police department’s verified Twitter account.
A suspect was in custody by midmorning Sunday, the police department tweeted. Neither the suspect’s name nor a motive were released, with police citing “the ongoing investigation.”
Milwaukee: 4 shot at party
Four people were shot in Milwaukee early Sunday when a suspect or suspects “fired several shots during an argument” at a party, according to the Milwaukee Police Department.
Police are still looking for “unknown suspects,” the statement said.
CNN’s Priya Krishnakumar, Laura Studley, Raja Razek, Andy Rose, Alaa Elassar, Hannah Sarisohn, Melissa Alonso, Michelle Watson and Keith Allen contributed to this report.
At least 8 killed, more than 60 hurt in mass shootings across the US this weekend