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By Geoff Bennett, Courtney Norris
From Indiana to Texas to Florida and many other places, communities, families and individuals are coping today with the aftermath of violence that remains all too routine amid the continuing epidemic of shootings and gun-related deaths in America. Amna Nawaz…
By Amna Nawaz, Lizz Bolaji
A Texas House committee investigating the Uvalde elementary school massacre released a 77-page report Sunday detailing “egregiously poor decision making” by law enforcement. The report found 376 officers responded that day, representing 20 different agencies. But there was a lack…
A damning report and hours of body camera footage laid bare the chaotic response to a mass shooting at a Uvalde elementary school.
By Jake Bleiberg, Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
In our news wrap, the Texas House of Representatives released a nearly 80-page report detailing the inaction of hundreds of law enforcement officials on the scene of the mass shooting in Uvalde. Plus, President Biden wrapped up his trip to…
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
In our news wrap Saturday, the district police chief for Uvalde schools has resigned from his position on the City Council amid a growing outcry, Texas' top court ruled against a temporary four-day window to abortion access, New York reimposed…
By Associated Press
Chief Pete Arredondo told the Uvalde Leader-News on Friday that has decided to step down for the good of the city administration. He has been on administrative leave from the school district since June 22.
By Jim Vertuno, Jake Bleiberg, Associated Press
The head of the Texas Department of Public Safety says three minutes after a gunman entered a school where he slaughtered 19 elementary students and two teachers there was sufficient armed law enforcement on scene to stop the gunman.
The Texas school police chief criticized for his actions during one of the deadliest classroom shootings in U.S. history says in his first extensive published comments that he didn't consider himself the incident commander as the massacre unfolded.
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