Longtime sports journalist, best-selling author refuses to travel to Texas for Final Four over gun laws
After children and teachers were shot and killed at an elementary school in Texas, author and columnist John Feinstein urged the NCAA to relocate the men's and women's Final Four.foxnews.com
Nashville police who took out a school shooter in minutes appeared to call out Uvalde's officers, saying 'we will never wait to make entry' to 'stop a threat'
A retired NYPD sergeant told Insider that Nashville's "timely" release of information about the deadly mass shooting has been "textbook."news.yahoo.com
Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg felt guilt after Uvalde, Texas mass shooting
Preview: In an interview airing February 12 on "CBS Sunday Morning," the co-founder of the advocacy group March For Our Lives said, "We came out and we literally said, 'Never again.' … Obviously, that didn't work."cbsnews.com
Uvalde shooting victims seek $27B, class action in lawsuit
Victims of a Texas elementary school shooting are seeking a $27 billion class action lawsuit against city and state police, the city of Uvalde and other school and law enforcement officials for failing to follow active shooter protocol, according to the lawsuit filed this week.
Critics rebuke Gov. Greg Abbott for blaming a recent shooting at Uvalde Memorial Park on gang violence, rather than guns: 'The blame lies solely within himself'
Per local news, a critic of Abbott said that he is pointing at gangs "because it's a lot easier to put the blame on other people than to look inwards."news.yahoo.com
16 Uvalde fourth graders waited an hour with wounded teacher
When Elsa Avila looks at the scar that runs down her torso, she can't help remember May 24, when a gunman stormed her fourth grade wing at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers and leaving her and others wounded.
Uvalde schools look to fire Chief Arredondo after shooting
Uvalde’s top school official has recommended the firing of the school district police chief who was central to the botched law enforcement response to the elementary school shooting nearly two months ago that killed two teachers and 19 students.
Frequent lockdowns may have contributed to Uvalde tragedy
Nearly two months after a deadly shooting a Texas elementary school, a Texas House of Representatives committee report found that nearly 400 officers from local, state and federal agencies responded to the 77-minute rampage in which 19 kids and two teachers died.
Uvalde video shows raw feelings toward journalists linger
Two news outlets’ decision to release an excruciating 77-minute video this week showing police inaction during the Robb Elementary School mass shooting drew a harsh response from residents of Uvalde, Texas, even though they have sought this type of transparency for weeks.
Uvalde’s new anguish: Video shows police waiting in school
Surveillance footage captured the gunman in the Uvalde school shooting enter the building with a AR-15 style rifle and later shows officers in body armor milling in the hallway outside the fourth-grade classrooms where 19 children and two teachers were killed.