Uvalde School Shooting
A Legislator Shared A Troubling New Detail About The Uvalde Shooting At A Hearing On Gun Restrictions
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Some Uvalde Victims Were Still Alive When Medics Reached Them In The Classroom But They Were Not Immediately Taken To The Hospital
A lack of coordination between law enforcement and medical staff further delayed critical care to victims who were still alive, according to a report by the Texas Tribune, ProPublica, and the Washington Post.
The City Of Uvalde Is Suing The Local DA For Not Handing Over Police Bodycam Footage Of The Deadly School Shooting
The lawsuit comes after months of the city and district attorney butting heads over the ongoing investigation of the botched police response.
The Mother Of A 10-Year-Old Uvalde Victim Is Suing The Gun Manufacturer That Sold The AR-15 To The Shooter
The lawsuit alleges that the gun manufacturer that made and sold the AR-15 to the Uvalde shooter marketed its weapons to troubled and violent young buyers.
Video Keeps Showing That Cops At The Uvalde School Shooting Waited Too Long To Go In. Texas’s State Police Chief Still Says His Department Didn’t Fail The Community.
"If you're a man of your word, you'll resign," the father of one of the victims told Texas Department of Public Safety chief Steven McCraw.
The Uvalde Schools Police Chief Who Was Supposed To Be In Charge During The Shooting Response Has Been Fired
Pete Arredondo was previously placed on leave after the school shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead.
A 10-Year-Old Girl Is The Last Injured Victim Of The Uvalde Shooting To Be Discharged From The Hospital
Mayah Zamora spent 66 days in the hospital and underwent multiple surgeries following the deadly Uvalde shooting.
A New Report Lays Out The Failures Of Law Enforcement During The Uvalde School Shooting And Warning Signs About The Shooter
A 77-page investigative report outlined failures by the officers on scene and previous disturbing behavior by the shooter that was never reported to authorities.
A Texas Department of Public Safety official on Wednesday described the police response to the school shooting as an “abject failure.”
Officers could have stopped the shooter within three minutes, but the incident commander "decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children," said Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw.
"We just want to live through high school."
“As a teacher, I consistently wonder which day will be the day my students will be impacted.”
“I know I’ll never forget what I saw that day," Roy Guerrero told Congress while giving gutting and graphic testimony about the school shooting.
Matthew McConaughey Brought A Uvalde Victim’s Green Converse Shoes To The White House As He Made An Emotional Plea For New Gun Laws
“This should not be a partisan issue. There's not a Democratic or Republican value in one single act of these shooters."
Arnulfo Reyes, who was shot but survived, said he "will never forgive" the police for waiting over an hour to confront the gunman during the Uvalde school massacre.
The Uvalde Mom Who Ran Into The School To Save Her Sons From The Shooting Spoke Out About How Police Tried To Stop Her
Angeli Gómez told CBS News that she received a call from law enforcement suggesting that she could face consequences for speaking to media outlets about her experience.
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Amerie Jo Garza, 10, was awarded the Bronze Cross, a medal "presented when a girl has shown special heroism or faced extraordinary risk of her own life to save another’s life or an attempt to save another life."
Uvalde schools police chief Pete Arredondo was incident commander and led the police response to the deadly shooting.
“Mass shootings are the tip of the iceberg in this country’s gun violence crisis,” one activist said. “It’s important to recognize that people are dying every single day from gun violence that doesn’t make national headlines.”
The Justice Department Will Review The Response To The Uvalde School Shooting After Police Admitted They Made Mistakes
The federal review aims to make a "fair, transparent, and independent" assessment of the response, including the police's delay in confronting the shooter.
Custom casket-maker Trey Ganem is among the professionals providing funeral services to the victims’ families free of charge.
The family of 10-year-old Noah Orona asked for donations to "help him recover from the mental trauma that has left [their] little guy with trying to comprehend not only his wounds, but witnessing the suffering of his friends, classmates, and his beloved teachers."
“I imagine [Cruz] would feel safe in that space,” activist Benjamin Hernandez told BuzzFeed News. “But I’m like, if you think this is a safe space, well, guess what? I’m here too.”
Meghan Markle Said She Held Her Children “A Little Bit Tighter” After Learning About The Uvalde School Shooting
The director of the Uvalde community center where the Duchess of Sussex donated food told BuzzFeed News how Meghan’s visit unfolded.
Uvalde Police Said They Did Not Immediately Breach The Classroom The Shooter Was In Because They Thought The Children Were Dead
Officers said they did not enter the classroom because they thought the children in there were already dead, even though the students inside were calling 911 repeatedly. "It was the wrong decision," a top official said.
At least two children at Robb Elementary made desperate calls to 911 asking for help during the shooting while police waited to confront the shooter for more than an hour, officials said.
Here's What Congress Failed To Do After Sandy Hook And How It’s Shaping Up To Be The Same After The Uvalde Shooting
After the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary 10 years ago, gun control advocates thought we had reached a tipping point, but the unrelenting GOP resistance has stopped major changes.
Police Walked Away From Questions About Why It Took Them An Hour To Confront The Shooter Who Killed 19 Children At An Uvalde Elementary School
"What were you doing between 11:44 and 12:44?" one reporter asked before law enforcement walked away from a press conference.
Meghan Markle Visited Uvalde To Donate Food To Volunteers And Pay Tribute To The School Shooting Victims
"I had no idea who she was. She just was carrying on a conversation like her and I knew each other for years," a community center volunteer who spoke to the Duchess of Sussex told BuzzFeed News.