First weekend of June has more mass shooting fatalities than Memorial Day weekend.
At least 12 people were killed and 38 wounded in mass shootings over the weekend, according to the Gun Violence Archive.
As Americans debate new gun legislation after the Uvalde school shooting, gun violence continued unabated with summer's hottest evenings still ahead.
Late Saturday, a drive-up shooting disrupted a graduation celebration in Clarendon County, South Carolina, the sheriff's office reported.
Sunday morning, a 32-year-old woman killed by gunshot died. Seven others, including 12-17-year-olds and a 36-year-old, were hurt.