Texas - The death toll in Saturday's gun rampage in West Texas rose to seven on Sunday, local media reported, and police said they would hold a news conference later after the second mass shooting to rock the state in less than a month.
Police had earlier said five people, including the gunman, were killed in the shooting that began with a traffic stop and ended when the suspect was cornered by officers in the parking lot of a cinema complex in Odessa, Texas.
Authorities have not named the victims or the gunman, but said on Saturday that he was a white male in his 30s who was known to police. They said 21 people were wounded.
Among them was a 17-month-old girl, Anderson Davis, who was shot in the face, according to an online fundraising campaign set up by her family.
Three police officers were shot and wounded - one from Midland, one from Odessa and a Department of Public Safety state trooper - and were listed in stable condition.