Update 5:14 p.m.: Local police official Major Armando Te'o just confirmed it was an argument between two men that sparked the shooting, and that one of the two men had a student I.D. on his person. The shooting victim who was caught in the crossfire was a school maintenance worker.
Update 3:55 p.m.: KHOU reports the second suspect in the shooting was found at a nearby hospital after turning up to receive medical attention for a gun shot wound. CNN is also reporting one person on the scene suffered a heart attack. So, of the three people injured two were reportedly from gun shots and one suffered a heart attack.
Update 3:32 p.m.: The Lone Star College campus is no longer on lockdown.
Update 3:23 p.m.: There are currently three people injured after one or more shooters opened fire on the Lone Star College campus in North Houston on Tuesday. One suspect is in custody while another has fled campus. Police are currently searching the area with help from ATF officials.
KHOU reports the campus is now secure. Officials say the campus is secure now. A student who saw the shooting take place just told KHOU two students were arguing and about to get into a fight when one student started to walk away from the confrontation. Suddenly, that student turned back around and fired about nine shots. The shooter "emptied his clip," the student said.