Fort Hood shooting
Friday the U.S. Army announced all victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting will receive Purple Hearts.
A U.S. Army sergeant killed in last week’s shooting in Fort Hood, Texas, has been buried in the Missouri town where he went to high school and met his wife.
The survivors of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting thought they could finally put that nightmare to rest — until the recent shooting at the base started it all over again.
Loved ones will gather on Wednesday in Fort Hood to honor lives which were cut short. It was exactly one week ago that an Iraq War veteran unleashed a reign of terror at the Army post.
Dozens of families who lost loved ones during September 11, the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary and other attacks are trying to support victims of similar tragedies with a new fund whose first efforts will help Fort Hood victims.
Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen Ted Cruz say they’ve visited with military personnel wounded in Wednesday’s shooting at Fort Hood that left four dead and 16 wounded.
The impact of the deadly shooting at Fort Hood is carrying well outside the fences of the Army post. Retired soldiers in the Army town of Killeen told CBS 11 News that when Fort Hood hurts, the whole community hurts.
Three of the 16 people wounded in the shooting at Fort Hood on Wednesday are being cared for at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple.
Relatives say a U.S. Army sergeant from Illinois was one of the soldiers killed in a shooting at Fort Hood.
An Iraq War veteran from western New York is among the 16 people wounded during a shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas.
The Army’s top civilian official says the soldier accused in the Fort Hood shooting this week was deployed for the final months of the Iraq war but did not see combat.
CBS 11 has obtained an image of suspected Fort Hood shooter Ivan Lopez, who is believed responsible for Wednesday’s shooting that left three others dead and several others injured.