UPDATE: The student in this morning's stabbing rampage at a high school in suburban Pittsburgh is being treated at a hospital.  Police say the tenth-grade boy suffered injuries to his hands while using two knives to wound 20 people at Franklin Regional High School.  Nineteen of the injured are students.  Some of those students were critically injured.  A security guard was also stabbed in the stomach.  


(Westmoreland County, PA)  --  A male student is in custody following a mass stabbing at a western Pennsylvania high school.  Authorities say 20 people were stabbed this morning in several first floor classrooms and hallways before classes started.  Officials at Forbes Regional Hospital say seven of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries.  All of the victims are said to be teenagers.  On its website, the district says "a critical incident has occurred at the high school." Franklin Regional Senior High School is about 15 miles east of Pittsburgh.