As the nation paused at 9:30 a.m. on Friday morning to remember the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut shootings, students thousands of miles away at Wiley High School took part in a silent memorial.
Safety and security of students and teachers are top of mind in the aftermath of the shooting tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.
Inside First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, hundreds of people from different faiths hold on to loved ones – wipe away tears at times – and pray.
In this tiny Texas town, children and their parents don’t give much thought to safety at the community’s lone school — mostly because some of the teachers are carrying concealed weapons.
Gov. Rick Perry has asked Texans to join him in a moment of silence Friday in memory of the 26 victims of the Connecticut school shootings.
The National Rifle Association is breaking its silence four days after a school shooting in Newtown, Conn., where 26 were killed, including 20 children.
A North Texas politician just elected to the state house has put forward a plan to allow concealed weapons on school campuses.
Five days ago, it was just a cardboard cutout at a store in the mall. But after what happened in Connecticut, some are calling this opportunity to pose as “Walker, Texas Ranger,” with guns blazing, in poor taste.
Parents of Granbury High School students pushed for a higher level of security at a school board meeting Monday night, after rumors of a threat of a shooting caused fear among students.
Texas Governor Rick Perry called the Sandy Hook school shooting an evil that came to visit, but he said he hopes the federal government will not have a knee jerk reaction to it.
The tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut has once again ignited a conversation about gun control – across the country and in North Texas.
Teachers returning to classrooms across North Texas Monday were flooded with memories of the terrifying school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.