Police say a man with a knife was shot and killed in Fort Wayne, in the second fatal shooting by police in two days in Indiana's second-largest city.
No injuries were reported but the building's front was struck by at least a dozen bullets and at least two windows were damaged.
The officer's cruiser, parked outside his home, was struck three to four times. The officer and his family were home but weren't injured.
The LGBT organization hosted the drive to honor the victims of the Orlando shooting, but had to send more than 100 people to other donation sites.
Police say suspect Evan Dorsey is dead after exchanging gunfire with the officers.
Both victims were employees of Cummins, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
National Guard members will be allowed to carry personal guns at facilities across the state for self defense.
The governor is ordering enhanced security in the wake of a shooting in Tennessee that killed four Marines.
Rev. Mary Ann Macklin says the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington sent a large bouquet of flowers to the Bethel A.M.E Church, as a show of solidarity.
Church leaders are responding to a shooting that killed nine people at the Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina.