$2.3 Million To Help Texas Church Shooting Survivors RecoverGov. Greg Abbott said in a statement Thursday that the money will go toward providing counseling and other mental health services to those suffering the traumatic effects of the shootings.
Texas Church Gunman Described As Controlling, Quick To AngerThe mother-in-law of the gunman who fatally shot more than two-dozen worshippers at a Texas church says he was a controlling man who was easily offended.
Last Victim, 6, In Texas Church Shootings Leaves HospitalA 6-year-old boy who was shot several times and was the last victim still hospitalized after the church massacre in South Texas left the hospital for home Thursday, riding home in a firetruck.
Firefighter Who Saved Shooting Victim Takes Boy Home In Fire TruckA boy who survived the shooting at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs was released from the hospital on Thursday afternoon.
Cities Sue Defense Department Over Gun-Check System FailuresNew York City, San Francisco and Philadelphia said in court papers that the military's broken system for relaying such information helped spur the massacre of 26 people inside a Texas church last month.
Academy Sued For Selling Gun To Texas Church ShooterThe lawsuit claims Katy, Texas-based Academy Sports & Outdoors was negligent in selling to Devin Patrick Kelley an AR-556 rifle used in the deadly Nov. 5 shooting.
Prestonwood Hosts Safety Seminar One Month After Texas Church ShootingPlano's Prestonwood Baptist Church holds a safety seminar one month after the shooting in Sutherland Springs.
Air Force: Lapse In Kelley Case Was Part Of PatternIn a written statement on progress in its investigation, the Air Force blamed gaps in "training and compliance measures" for the lapse involving Devin P. Kelley, who had been convicted of assaulting his then-wife and stepson in 2012.
Michigan City To Host Meeting On Church Shootings, SecurityOfficials say dozens of leaders from churches in a Detroit suburb have signed up to attend a special police informational meeting designed to prevent shootings at houses of worship.
Thousands Mourn 8 Family Members Killed In Texas Church ShootingThree thousand people mourned eight members of a family who were among the more than two dozen killed in a shooting at a small Texas church Wednesday before the funeral procession headed to a cemetery near the site of the massacre.
Army Admits: 'We Have Gaps In Reporting Criminal Activity Of People In Service'"It's not just an Air Force problem. This is a problem across all the services where we have gaps in reporting criminal activity of people in service."
Hundreds Line Up For Texas Shooting FuneralHundreds of mourners have lined up to enter a funeral service for eight members of a family who were among those shooting at a Texas church.