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.
Victims of some of the worst mass casualty crimes in U.S. history are raising money for Ft. Hood.
Security is tight at Fort Hood where a memorial ceremony will be held a week after a gunman fired on fellow soldiers, killing three and wounding 16.
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.
What would have been a routine Sunday service at Tabernacle Baptist Church just outside of Fort Hood became a tribute to the soldiers killed four days earlier.
Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, commander at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas, on Friday released the names of the three soldiers killed by Spc. Ivan Lopez.
The Fort Hood soldier who gunned down three other military men before killing himself had an argument with colleagues in his unit before opening fire, and investigators believe his mental condition was not the “direct precipitating factor” in the shooting, authorities said Friday.
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 soldier who killed three people at Fort Hood may have argued with another service member prior to the attack, and investigators believe his unstable mental health contributed to the rampage, authorities said Thursday.
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.