Teachers Return To El Centro College After Dallas AttackTeachers and staff members from El Centro College in downtown Dallas on Wednesday are going back to the site of this month's ambush on police officers. Students are scheduled to return on Thursday.
Browns RB Crowell Attends Dallas Officer's FuneralMaking good on his promise to "be part of the solution," Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell attended the weekend funeral of one of the five Dallas police officers slain in a recent attack by a gunman.
Dallas Streets Reopen, Police Memorial To Be RemovedEleven days after the Dallas police ambush, and the downtown area is still slowly returning to normal. That includes streets near El Centro College and the memorial outside of the Dallas PD headquarters.
Memorials Continue For Fallen Dallas Police OfficersThe community has rallied around the families of the five police officers who were shot and killed during the ambush in downtown Dallas, and more huge crowds are expected at two events on Thursday.
New Bill Puts Money Toward Police TrainingA bill is headed to President Obama's desk that allows COPS grants to be used for active shooter training. The House passed the measure on Tuesday and Rep. Pete Sessions spoke about the bill on Wednesday.
Dallas Officers Are "Struggling," But Still ServingIt has been a nightmarish few days for the Dallas Police Department following the deadly attack in downtown. Ron Pinkston, president of the Dallas Police Association, talks about how officers are coping.
Paxton Talks Police Tensions Ahead Of Dallas MemorialWhile people in Dallas are focused on unity, things remain tense between police and many others across the country. Attorney General Ken Paxton talks about what can be done to address this issue.
Roads Opening, But Dallas Ambush Investigation Not OverAs authorities wrap up work at the scene of Thursday night's ambush in Dallas, it is beginning to get easier for people to move around the downtown area once again. But the investigation is far from over.
Memorials Set For Dallas Officers Killed In AmbushAs the investigation into the police ambush in downtown Dallas continues on Monday, so does the outpouring of support for Dallas police officers. Services are planned this week for the five officers who lost their lives.
Sharpton: Dallas Killings Despicable, Prosecute 'Bad' CopsThe killings of five police officers during a protest march in Dallas decrying the shooting deaths of two men in Louisiana and Minnesota was a "horrific, despicable" act, the Rev. Al Sharpton said Saturday, but also argued that police officers need to be prosecuted when they are involved in the deaths of innocent people.
Obama Says U.S. "Not As Divided" As Some SuggestPresident Obama on Saturday rejected the notion that this week's stunning violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past. "America is not as divided as some have suggested," he said.
Dallas Streets Still Closed As Police Seek Attack EvidencePolice in Dallas are getting help from the FBI as they work to piece together their investigation of the Thursday night ambush on officers downtown. Many streets in the area remain blocked on Saturday.