Dallas Ambush Survivors Remember Ordeal On 1st Anniversary"I knew today was coming, I just didn't realize it would be so painful for me," said Shetamia Taylor.
El Centro College, Linked To Police Ambush, Remembers 1 Year LaterDuring a ceremony at the college Friday morning, President Jose Adames read aloud the names of the fallen officers.
El Centro College Remembers Dallas Police AmbushOfficials at El Centro College are among those marking the anniversary of the downtown Dallas police ambush. A memorial event on Friday morning offered students and staff members a chance to reflect.
El Centro College Sets Memorial Program For July 7 RemembranceThe event is set for 11:00 a.m. on Friday, July 7, in the Student Center.
El Centro College Repairs Will Cost More Than $585,000After the deadly police shooting in downtown Dallas this summer, the rebuilding of El Centro College will cost more than $585,000. The school's insurance carrier has accepted all of the charges for the project.
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.
Teachers Return To El Centro College After Dallas AttackTeachers and staff members from El Centro College in downtown Dallas on Wednesday are going back to the site of this month's ambush on police officers. Students are scheduled to return on Thursday.
Damage Shown From Blast That Stopped Police-Killing SniperOfficials at the downtown community college on Tuesday showed reporters the damage left after Dallas police deployed a remote-controlled robot with about 1 pound of the explosive C4, set it off and killed Johnson early on July 8.
Dallas Streets Reopen, Police Memorial To Be RemovedEleven days after the Dallas police ambush, and the downtown area is still slowly returning to normal. That includes streets near El Centro College and the memorial outside of the Dallas PD headquarters.
Family Hid Behind Car Just Feet From Dallas Sniper ShootingAgustin Pinales' wife, Yajaira, and his two daughters initially took cover behind a car. All the while just feet away across the street inside an El Centro College building, gunman Micah Johnson was taking aim at officers.
Roads Opening, But Dallas Ambush Investigation Not OverAs authorities wrap up work at the scene of Thursday night's ambush in Dallas, it is beginning to get easier for people to move around the downtown area once again. But the investigation is far from over.