Judge blocks Uvalde DA from joining public records lawsuit; grand jury could weigh potential criminal charges in Oct.
A state district court judge in Austin has blocked Uvalde County District Attorney Christina Mitchell from intervening in an ongoing lawsuit filed by more than a dozen media organizations against the Texas Department of Public Safety over records from last year’s Uvalde school massacre.
City of Uvalde refiles lawsuit against Uvalde County District Attorney; mayor alleges ‘cover-up’
The City of Uvalde has filed a second lawsuit against Uvalde County District Attorney Christina Mitchell alleging that she’s been involved in a “cover-up” and not cooperating with the city’s investigation into the massacre at Robb Elementary in May 2022.
Trauma surgeon speaks on how to handle the emotional trauma of the Uvalde tragedy
As many mourn the lives lost in Uvalde, paying their respects and honoring the victims, several are reminded of the pain felt a year ago today. KSAT's John Paul Barajas spoke to a San Antonio trauma surgeon who was in the middle of it.
“Somber day” in Uvalde as community commemorates one year since Robb Elementary shooting
Numerous vigils and memorials were planned in Uvalde to mark one year since the Robb Elementary School shooting. In what became the deadliest school shooting in Texas, a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers and injured 17 others.
Texas congressmen call for action while delivering remarks honoring Robb Elementary victims
U.S. Reps. Joaquin Castro and Colin Allred called for action on Tuesday while delivering remarks to the victims and families of the tragic Uvalde shooting that claimed the lives of 21 innocent souls at Robb Elementary nearly one year ago.
Music video conveys child’s feelings to mark Uvalde school shooting
She’s not in the video and neither is her voice, but Tejano music pioneer Shelly Lares is the moving force behind “I Am a Child (Don’t Put It All on Me),” a music video Lares produced and directed in advance of the one-year mark of the Uvalde school shooting.
‘One Year In: Uvalde’ — Scenes from a year since the Robb Elementary tragedy
The community of Uvalde was hit with a tragedy one year ago. On May 24, 2022, 19 fourth-grade students and two teachers died in a shooting at Robb Elementary School, forever changing the town about 90 miles from San Antonio.
‘Resilience, recovery, healing’: Texas Tribune hosts discussion for Uvalde community ahead of one year mark
The victim's families of Robb Elementary are living proof time does not heal all. Kimberly Rubio and Veronica Mata took the stage at Southwest Texas Junior College to discuss life since May 24th.
Families of Robb families left feeling swindled; KSAT investigates Balling for Uvalde World Weekend
The families of the 21 victims are trying to get through each day, and now some are feeling a renewed sense of pain and anger because of Nathan Kouamou, who they say swindled them and capitalized on their tragedy.
State Sen. Roland Gutierrez introduces gun safety legislation after Michigan mass shooting
Less than 24 hours after the latest mass shooting at Michigan State University, Texas state Sen. Roland Gutierrez introduced new gun safety legislation surrounded by victims' families of the Robb Elementary and Santa Fe High School mass shootings.
Uvalde DA gets initial state police report on school shooting but doesn’t expect full investigation for months
The preliminary report has not been made public by either the district attorney’s office or the state. The Texas Rangers are conducting a criminal investigation into the shooting at Robb Elementary.
Reports: Uvalde County sheriff knew about Robb shooting call, diverted to other scene half-mile away
Uvalde County Sheriff Ruben Nolasco knew about the calls for shots fired on campus the day of the Robb Elementary shooting in which 19 students and two teachers died on May 24 but diverted to a shooting reported less than a half-mile from the school, according to a CNN report.
Scholarship honors life of Robb Elementary victim Makenna Elrod Seiler
Makenna Elrod Seiler was passionate about animals and excited to show a steer as a part of the Uvalde County 4-H. Now, her parents are starting a scholarship in her name to allow other students to follow their passion as Makenna did.
Audio shows DPS was aware children were trapped in Robb Elementary 30 minutes before classroom was breached, CNN reports
New audio obtained by CNN shows the Texas Department of Public Safety was made aware that children were trapped in Robb Elementary 30 minutes before the Border Patrol Tactical Unit finally breached the classroom and killed the shooter.
Doctor to review if Uvalde victims had survivable injuries
A Texas doctor said Thursday he has been tasked to review the medical information surrounding the 21 victims killed in the Uvalde elementary school shooting “to determine if there was potential to save more lives had medical care been provided sooner.”.
State senator to file $300 million compensation fund bill for families of Uvalde school shooting victims
State Sen. Roland Gutierrez on Wednesday announce plans to file a bill for the next session of the Texas Legislature that would create a $300 million compensation fund for the victims of the Uvalde school shooting.
Women’s Basketball: No. 3 Texas vs DePaul in exhibition to support Uvalde
The No. 3 Texas Longhorns will host DePaul in a preseason exhibition game Sunday with all ticket sales going to help the city of Uvalde build a new school after the May shooting at Robb Elementary where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers.
One of first DPS troopers to arrive at scene of Uvalde school shooting being fired, source tells ABC News
One of the first Texas Department of Public Safety troopers to arrive at the scene of the Uvalde school mass shooting is being fired by the Texas Department of Public Safety, a law enforcement official briefed on the matter told ABC News.