New York Times investigation bolsters Uvalde parents’ demands that more officers be held accountable
Families of the victims killed in the May 24 Robb Elementary School massacre say a New York Times investigation is further proof that more people need to be held accountable for failing to protect their children that day.
WATCH LIVE: Uvalde CISD board to consider superintendent’s retirement during Monday meeting
The Uvalde CISD board is meeting Monday night for the first time since the fallout from the hiring and firing of a DPS officer under investigation, the entire district police department suspended and the superintendent announcing his retirement.
‘We did it! And we are going home!’: Uvalde parent who protested at district office for 12 days celebrates
A group of parents and relatives of victims in the Robb elementary shooting who stood defiant outside district headquarters for 12 days, demanding action over officers’ response to the massacre, finally received the news they waited for.
Lexi Rubio’s parents say ex-trooper fired by Uvalde CISD was working at their son’s campus
The parents of Alexandra “Lexi” Rubio, a victim of the Robb Elementary shooting in Uvalde, said in an interview with ABC News on Thursday that a now-former officer and Texas Dept. of Public Safety trooper had been working at their son’s campus before she was fired by the school district.
Uvalde CISD hired former DPS trooper knowing she was under investigation, letter shows
New documents released by the Texas Department of Public Safety reveal that Uvalde CISD police officials knew the officer they hired, who previously worked as a trooper and responded to the May 24 massacre, was under investigation.
‘A little more nervous than normal’: Parents, students prepare for first day of school in Uvalde
Students and their parents came to Uvalde Elementary for their meet the teacher night, many of these students attended Robb Elementary last year. There are some fears and hesitation with the school year around the corner.
KSAT, other outlets sue City of Uvalde, sheriff, school district for Robb Elementary school massacre records
KSAT 12 and more than a dozen media organizations have filed a lawsuit against the City of Uvalde, the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office and the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District seeking access to records related to the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School.
Santa Fe ISD police chief offers a helping hand, advice ahead of Uvalde CISD’s first day back at school
Uvalde CISD students are heading back to school on Sept. 6 and it’ll be their first day back in class after the horrific Robb Elementary mass shooting. And it’s something Santa Fe ISD has already lived through.
Robb families honor their loved ones as district police chief Pete Arredondo is fired
On the three-month anniversary of the Robb Elementary shooting, families of the victims took control of the board meeting to talk about the lives taken as the board met privately to terminate Pete Arredondo's employment.
Classroom of Horror: How the Texas Elementary School Shooting Unfolded
Getty/Uvalde CISDAll 19 kids and two teachers killed in the massacre at Texas’ Robb Elementary School were in a single fourth-grade classroom where the shooter had barricaded himself as cops tried to break through a steel door and smash windows to free students, officials said. Tuesday’s horrific incident began when Salvador Ramos, an unemployed and increasingly aggressive 18-year-old who had recently dropped out of high school, shot his grandmother in the face, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednenews.yahoo.com