Top Trenders: Two Dead, One Injured in School Shooting

Number five:
A suspect is charged with burglary, stalking and possession of a machine gun after breaking into Sandra Bullock's home. Police say 39 year old Joshua Corbett broke into the actress' home last Sunday and spent more than an hour inside before they were called. Now he faces criminal charges for having a machine gun in his possession. Corbett didn't have the gun on him at the time of the break-in, but Bullock was home.

Number four:
There are still safety concerns surrounding the World Cup. Heavily-armed Brazilian forces began clearing out the crime-ridden Shantytowns months ago. One of the most dangerous in Rio, the Maria Favela complex. The Favela appears peaceful now, but the soldiers tell us, they know the drug lords are still around and are watching them.
Brazil set out to gain control over the Favelas in the country ahead of the Olympics in 2016 and this year's World Cup. With kick off fast approaching -- the endeavor is still a work in progress.

Number three:
Toyota has recalled 650,000 more cars in Japan over faulty airbags, expanding a recall first announced last year. The initial recall in April 2013 included more than 1.8 million Toyota cars sold in foreign markets, along with a few hundred thousand in Japan. Toyota said the recalled cars contain passenger airbag inflators that were manufactured using shoddy parts. In total, nearly 2.8 million cars have been recalled over the airbag problem.

Number two:
A California karate instructor has pleaded not guilty to having sex with an underage girl over a three year period. 31 year old Josh Churchill is charged with 52 counts of unlawful sex with a minor, he was also charged with an assault count for allegedly attacking the victim's father. Churchill's bail is $1 million and he faces 21 years in prison.

Number one:
Police are still investigating a shooting at a Reynolds High School in Oregon that left two dead and a teacher injured. The gunman's victim has been identified as 14 year old Emilio Hoffman, a freshman. Law enforcement sources say the shooter showed up alone and began firing a semi-automatic weapon. They also say he was a student at the school, but has not yet been identified. They say he appears to have died from a self-inflicted wound.

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