Teenagers indicted in shooting at Las Vegas school bus stop

Two teenagers have been indicted on charges including attempted murder in a shooting at a school bus stop that wounded six people. Dresden Michael Williams, 18, and Franklin Jackson, 17, were indicted Wednesday and are scheduled for arraignment next week in Clark County District Court. Williams' girlfriend, Renee Adams, 20, was also charged with trying to shield the two from arrest. No pleas have been entered, but Williams' lawyer Kalani Hoo and Jackson's lawyer Joel Mann said their clients intend to plead not guilty in the Dec. 11 shooting. "My client maintains his innocence," Mann said Thursday. "We're looking forward to seeing all the evidence."