Carroll ISD in Southlake will test a high-tech device that uses GPS and Wi-Fi signals to constantly track employee locations, in an effort to make school campuses safer.
Gov. Rick Perry is courting Connecticut gun manufacturers. Perry spent time Monday shooting at a firing range, touring plants and meeting privately with company owners.
It was an emotional beginning to the Rangers home opener. Longtime Texas Rangers fan Robbie Parker was trying to calm his nerves before throwing the ceremonial first pitch in honor of his daughter Emilie, who died in the Newtown school shooting.
The Irving ISD was closed on Friday, but one campus was still buzzing with emergency officials, staff members and student volunteers as an active shooter drill was conducted.
The Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees is set to discuss a proposal which would provide an additional $4.5 million to improve campus security across the district’s schools.
Texas gun makers are working at full speed trying to meet demand during one of the largest gun buying sprees in years. Staff, machinery and parts though are all putting a limit on just how fast companies can fill shelves again.
Leaders in the Arlington ISD will sit down with two gun activists from the NRA on Monday evening to discuss the possibility of having armed teachers in schools.
Texas lawmakers want to hear from experts and the public on ideas for improving school safety in the wake of last month’s shootings at a Connecticut elementary school.
A suburban Dallas sheriff said Wednesday he doesn’t consider all gun control to be unconstitutional, days after posting on Facebook that he wouldn’t enforce any laws by “misguided politicians” infringing on the Second Amendment.
Texas Congressman Steve Stockman responded passionately in opposition to President Obama mentioning the possibility of executive action on some aspects of gun control.
Two gun shows will be held in Dallas this weekend, as well as one in Weatherford, and attendance at the shows is expected to be high — perhaps even record-breaking.
As the nation paused at 9:30 a.m. on Friday morning to remember the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut shootings, students thousands of miles away at Wiley High School took part in a silent memorial.