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.
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.
Uvalde CISD police chief knew of injuries in classrooms, still chose to delay officers, reports say
As shots rang out inside Robb Elementary, Uvalde CISD Police Chief Pete Arredondo delayed officers for over an hour to confront the gunman, even though he was aware that some inside were in urgent need of medical care, according to ABC News.
‘What the hell do you need an AR-15 for?’ Spurs coach Popovich, Castro brothers speak at ‘Stand with Uvalde’ benefit rally
Hundreds of people gathered in Travis Park on Saturday to stand with the town Uvalde, during a call-to-action event in support of the victims and families affected by the mass shooting at Robb Elementary.
915 documentary chronicles the El Paso Walmart shooting
EL PASO, Texas A documentary titled 915 is set for a theater release soon, pending COVID-19 openings. The film closely examines the El Paso Walmart mass shooting that occurred one year ago, on Aug. 3, 2019. The El Paso Walmart shooting is ranked as the nation's sixth-worst mass shooting to date. In El Pasos case, we just cant put on a T-shirt that says El Paso Strong. We just cant say that. We need a movement.Orphaned toddler that survived El Paso Walmart shooting grows up in shadow of massacre, coronavirusTo watch the trailer for 915, view the video player below:
Filmmaker working on Sutherland Springs documentary titled Miracle on Fourth Street'
FLORESVILLE, Texas A hotel suite in Floresville became a makeshift studio for a series of interviews for a new documentary about the states worst mass shooting. On November 5, 2017, 26 people were killed during a Sunday morning worship service at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. The film is extremely survivor-driven without one mention of the killer, said filmmaker Charlie Minn.The 13th Man revisits 1999 Texas A&M bonfire collapseMinn said he titled the documentary "Miracle on Fourth Street," to pay tribute to where the church is located. Uhl's 16-year-old daughter, Hayley, was killed not long after Uhl dropped her off at the church she attended twice a week. After being contacted by the church about the documentary, Uhl said she agreed because "I feel like everybody should know Hayley's story and the person Hayley was."