21-Gun Salute After Funeral Of Slain Dallas Police OfficerThousands of people said goodbye to fallen Dallas Police Department Officer Micahel Krol today. The 40-year-old was one of five policemen shot and killed by a lone gunman during a peaceful protest in downtown Dallas last week.
Dallas Gunman Was Gregarious Until Army Career Ended In DisgraceHe was disarmed in the middle of a war zone and placed under 24-hour escort. The most humiliating part was that everyone in Micah Johnson's unit in Afghanistan knew why: He was accused of stealing a female soldier's panties.
Rosary & Funeral For 2 Officers Killed In Dallas AmbushMore than a week after a very deadly day for police officers in Dallas funerals and memorials for two of the officers killed in the ambush will be held today.
Free "Dallas Sings/Dallas Strong" Concert Of Healing TonightA concert with the goal of healing from the events surrounding the police ambush in downtown Dallas is being held tonight at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. The hope is that music will help heal the community.
Want-To-Be DPD Recruits Will Have To Be PatientThe deadly police ambush last week and subsequent funerals this week has forced DPD to postpone some recruiting.
Pentagon Investigating Military Discharge Of Dallas GunmanAs investigators work to learn more about the man suspected of killing police officers in Dallas, lawmakers are working to make sure there is tough punishment for anyone who threatens members of law enforcement.
Mourners Honor & Remember 3 Police Officers Slain In DallasFunerals and memorials were held for Dallas police Sergeant Michael J. Smith, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Officer Brent Thompson and Dallas police Senior Corporal Lorne Ahrens.
First Funerals For Police Officers Killed In Dallas Held TodayToday begins another somber day in Dallas. The first of five funerals will be held for police officers shot and killed in an ambush last week – in total there will be three services, held in Dallas, Farmers Branch and Plano.
Dallas & The Nation Stand United At Memorial For Fallen OfficersPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday gathered with politicians, dignitaries, police officers and families of the fallen in Dallas to call for unity in the wake of a shocking slaying of five police officers.
Dallas Mayor Talks Memorial Service, Chief Brown & Future Of CityMayor Mike Rawlings invited President Obama to Dallas to participate in and deliver remarks at an interfaith memorial service today. Before that service the Mayor spoke about DPD, its leader and what lies ahead for the City.
Black Doctor's Conflict: Saving Officers, Trust Of PoliceWhen officers who'd been shot in Dallas started showing up at Parkland Hospital, trauma surgeon Dr. Brian H. Williams went to work, pushing aside the inner conflict he faces every day as a black man who's fearful when encountering police.