Father Of Officer Killed In Dallas Ambush Reflects On 3rd AnniversaryPatrick Zamarripa was one of the five officers killed in the ambush attack in downtown Dallas July 2016, and with every passing anniversary his father reflects on his heroic legacy while visiting his grave.
Motorcyclists Come Together To Ride In Honor Of Fallen OfficersIt's been three years since a lone gunman terrorized downtown Dallas and killed five officers, and Saturday morning hundreds of motorcyclists came together and rode in honor of them and other fallen officers.
Dallas Police Thank Community For Support On Ambush AnniversaryThe Dallas police department has taken to their blog to thank the community for all their support as we observed the first anniversary of the July 7th ambush.
"Little" Officer Pays Big Respects To Fallen 5Paying his respects in style at a vigil in downtown Dallas, 7-year-old Melquiades Irrizary wore a uniform similar to those worn by officers slain on July 7, 2016.
Retired DPD Chief: 'I Knew Exactly What To Do'One year after the Dallas Ambush, the impact of losing several officers remains fresh in the mind of former chief David Brown.
Browns Player Donates First Game Pay To Fallen OfficersThe Cleveland Browns Isaiah Crowell donated his first check, estimated around $35,000, to the Texas Fallen Officer Foundation.
Benefit Concert Raises Money For Dallas Officer Hurt In AmbushThe City of Mansfield tonight presented a check for $11,853 to one of the Dallas police officer’s injured in the July ambush.
After Public Shaming, Norma’s Café Sign Swiper To Return ItA tribute to a fallen police officer is expected to make its way home tonight, after it was stolen from in front of Norma’s Café in Oak Cliff.
Chief: Police Returning To Dallas Shooting Scene OverwhelmedDallas Police Chief David Brown says several officers testifying on the fatal shooting of five colleagues last month were overwhelmed when they returned to the scene and could need years of treatment to recover.
El Centro College Holding "Reflect And Renew Ceremony"The shattered glass has been replaced, the halls are clean, and El Centro College is once again open for learning. But part of moving forward, for students and the community, is fixing the hurt that can’t be seen.
El Centro College Riddled With Bullets; Reminders Of Deadly AmbushThe second floor hall at El Centro College is still riddled with bullets from the July 7th ambush that left five police officers dead and 11 people wounded.
Funeral Held In Michigan For Slain DPD Officer Michael KrolPolice officers from Texas and across Michigan lined up to say their final farewell to Dallas Police Officer Michael Krol in the state where he grew up.