Students return to class one week after stabbing

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hsstudentsreturnStudents are heading back to class this morning at the Pittsburgh-area high school where several people were stabbed last week.

Tuesday, students at Franklin Regional high school returned to the building for the first time since the attacks.

They and their parents had the opportunity to walk through the hall and classrooms.

They had the chance to visit with counselors and therapy dogs.

Police say sophomore Alex Hribal took two knives to school and stabbed more than 20 people.

The 16-year-old is being charged as an adult.