It started with a knock at the door and was followed with a gunshot. The end result was a grandmother killed in front of her grandchildren. Barbara Strain’s family may never know why she was murdered that day, or who pulled the trigger.
The Washington Navy Yard gunman visited two hospitals in the weeks before the rampage but did not say he was depressed or having thoughts of harming himself or others, the Veterans Affairs Department said Wednesday.
Investigators are looking into suspected shooter Aaron Alexis’ mental health. One month before the deadly rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, Alexis called police claiming he was hearing voices of people out to hurt him.
An Australian man attending an Oklahoma college on a baseball scholarship was shot and killed in what police described Monday as a random act of violence by three “bored” teenagers who decided to kill someone for the fun of it.
Investigators have confirmed that a former special education teacher accused of killing four people in a pair of shootings used a grenade in one of the attacks, police said. Erbie Bowser, 44, has been charged with capital murder.
A Hood County Sheriff’s deputy was remembered today as a natural leader, a devoted husband and a beloved dad.
Fort Worth police confirmed Tuesday that all three victims of a July 1 shooting are dead and the person believed responsible for the crime is in custody.
A 12-year-old boy was shot in front of his home in the Eastwood section of Fort Worth over the weekend. The shooting happened around 11:00 p.m. Saturday night and the boy succumbed to his injuries earlier today.
Police say the Marine suspected in a shooting rampage that zigzagged across the western part of Texas, and left one woman dead, is believed to have killed his wife in North Carolina before heading west.
Thursday afternoon officials with the Southlake Police Department confirmed that the victim of Wednesday’s daylight shooting murder was Juan Jesus Guerrero Chapa.
During a Wednesday press conference officials with the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a North Texas man was arrested for making a terroristic threat against a judge in Kaufman County.
CBS 11 News has learned a tip led investigators to an area just down the street from where the Kaufman County District Attorney and his wife were murdered. The tip suggests the suspect or suspects may have been conducting surveillance.