Report: Police in Uvalde had rifles earlier than known
Documents examined by the Austin American-Statesman and KVUE-TV show armed police officers stood in a Uvalde elementary school hallway with at least one ballistic shield within 19 minutes of a gunman arriving at the school, where he killed 21 people, 19 of them children.
Empty spaces, broken hearts in a Texas town gutted by loss
In a town as small as Uvalde, Texas, even those who didn’t lose their own child lost someone — their best friend, the little boy down the road who dribbled his basketball in the driveway, the kid who stood on the curb, backpack in hand, waiting for the bus.
10-year-old recounts escape through window in Texas elementary school shooting
As the Uvalde, Texas, community deals with the aftermath of Tuesday's fatal school shooting, many of the young survivors say the experience left them shaken and scarred. A second grader described his ordeal to CNN’s Adrienne Broaddus.
Document lists safety measures that were already in place in Uvalde school district
The shooting Tuesday at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, that killed 19 is raising safety concerns across the country, including new calls for one-way in and one-way out doors, more armed security, and other steps to better protect students.
Timeline: 911 calls, new details reveal more about Texas elementary school shooting
The last week of classes at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, ended in terror Tuesday when a gunman opened fire, killing 19 students and two teachers. News4JAX sister station KSAT in San Antonio, which is 85 miles from Uvalde, reported that 15 of the victims have been publicly identified as of Thursday morning.
In wake of mass shootings, psychologist breaks down how social media fosters aggression
We know the gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school made chilling posts on social media. There are a lot of people blasting social media for glorifying violence and adding to the threat our children face.
‘Try to take our guns and you’ll learn’: Florida lawmaker stirs controversy with tweet aimed at Biden
Florida lawmaker Randy Fine drew criticism Wednesday after tweeting a message aimed at President Joe Biden who called for the nation to act after a gunman shot and killed at least 19 children at a Texas elementary school.