We're told that we'll get all the victims' names at this morning's press conference, which should start any minute.
State police were expected to hold a news conference at 8 a.m., but we're still waiting on that to start.
The press conference where the victims will be named has been bumped back to 10 a.m. It originally had been scheduled for 8 a.m.
WNBC notes that no appointment is needed at Newtown's counseling centers. If you need help, go.
WNBC: 56-year-old Mary Sherlock, the school psychologist, is also among the dead.
Press conference is starting now.
Lt. Vance: "As you know, the victims have been positively identified by the office of the chief state medical examiner. As soon as their work is done we will release to you, in writing, the names of the victims."
A trooper has been assigned to each family to help maintain their privacy.
"In the town of Newtown, a crisis intervention team from Yale-New Haven hospital has been established, and they can be reached by telephone ... they're open and available to anyone in the community."