Detectives are investigating the case as a murder; they will be working with the Dallas County Medical Examiner to determine the man’s identity and cause of death.
Neighbors of Bilal Abood, the man accused of lying to federal agents about supporting the leader of the Islamic State group, fear his story hits too close to home.
He says he “felt a sting” and “didn’t realize he had been shot.”
Friends mourn loss of Van couple who died in Sunday’s tornado.
Garland Police say they had no advance warnings that could have prevented the May 3 shootings outside Culwell Center, where a Muhammed art cartoon contest was being held.
Does Pamela Geller regret organizing the Muhammad art show that ended in gunfire? No, she said confidently. In fact, she said, she probably saved lives by hosting the event.
The attempted attack on a Garland cartoon contest appears to reflect a scenario that has long troubled national security officials: DIY terror plots, inspired by ISIS.
About 20 minutes before the shooting at a cartoon contest in Garland that featured images of the Prophet Muhammad, clues about the attack were sent out online.
Authorities in Phoenix aren’t talking about the two shooting suspects – Nadir Soofi and Elton Simpson – from Sunday’s attack at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland.
We called him Nicky. I remember him as an always smiling, energetic 3-year-old boy who would run into our house on Travis Drive without warning, but never unwelcome by my parents.
Gil Torrez says it doesn’t take much to incite people these days and says Sunday’s attack should be a warning to Americans.
Garland didn’t take any chances, adding some heavy artillery to its city council meeting Tuesday.