Sutherland Springs Church Opens New Sanctuary 18 Months After MassacreThe First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs began a new chapter on Sunday as it unveiled a new sanctuary 18 months after 26 people were killed in Texas' deadliest mass shooting.
Judge To Decide If Lawsuits Over Sutherland Springs Church Shooting Should Be DismissedA federal judge says he'll rule soon on whether to dismiss claims filed in several lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force in connection with a 2017 massacre at a Texas church.
Texas Lawmakers Look To Make It Clear That Guns Are Allowed In Places Of WorshipSome Texas legislators want to make it clearer in state law that licensed handgun holders can carry weapons in churches, synagogues and other houses of worship.
Texas Judge Allows Sutherland Springs Church Shooting Victims To Sue Gun RetailerA judge has ruled that victims of a mass shooting at Texas church can move forward with a lawsuit against a sporting goods chain where the gunman bought the weapon and ammunition used in the massacre.
Air Force Failed 6 Times To Report Texas Church GunmanThe Air Force failed six times to report information that could have prevented the ex-airman who killed more than two dozen people in a Texas church from purchasing a gun, according to a government report released Friday.
Woman Who Called Texas Shooting A Hoax Committed To FacilityA judge has committed a 56-year-old woman after she and her boyfriend told a Texas church where a gunman killed 26 worshippers that the massacre was a hoax.
Texas Church Shooting Lawsuits Against Air Force CombinedAll federal lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force over a Texas church shooting last year that left more than two dozen worshippers dead will be consolidated into one case, a judge says.
Texas Church Announces $3M In Donations After Mass ShootingChurch leaders say nearly $3 million was donated for victims after more than two dozen worshippers died in a mass shooting.
Autopsy: Texas Church Shooter Had Drugs In System, Died By SuicideThe gunman responsible for the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and also had drugs in his system, according to an autopsy report released Thursday.
Family That Lost 9 In Sutherland Springs Mass Shooting Suing GovernmentIn court documents they claim, "While the shooter pulled the trigger... it was failures of the United States Air Force and others that allowed the shooter to purchase, own and/or possess... the semiautomatic rifle, ammunition and body armor he used in the shooting spree."
Sutherland Springs Hero Honored At NRA Convention: 'He Had An AR-15 And So Did I'Stephen Willeford told those gathered for the group's leadership forum in Dallas, "I took care of my community on that day and I'd do it again."