New Mexico Lawmakers Weigh Response To Walmart Mass Shooting In El PasoThe governor of New Mexico has assembled a second meeting of legislators and law enforcement officials in response to the August mass shooting in El Paso.
Off-Duty Officers On Staff As Walmart Reopens El Paso Store Where 22 Were KilledToday Walmart is planning to reopen the El Paso location where police say a man from North Texas entered the store with an assault rifle, targeted Mexicans, opened fire and killed 22 people.
Texas Mass Violence Prevention Panel Looking At Video Game Ties To ShootingsMass shootings are the topic at a Senate Select Committee meeting going on in Texas.
Spouse Of U.S. Army Veteran Killed In El Paso Walmart Shooting Files SuitThe wife of U.S. Army veteran, Arturo Benavides hired attorneys to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Walmart and Patrick Wood Crusius.
El Paso Walmart Shooting Suspect Patrick Crusius Expected At Court HearingThe North Texas man accused of opening fire in an El Paso Walmart in August -- killing 22 people -- is scheduled to appear in court today.
Dick's Sporting Goods Considering Getting Out Of the "Hunt" Business, Stopping Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.
Group Schedules Town Hall Meetings Across Texas To Condemn White SupremacyLatino Victory Project leader Mayra Macias and former Arizona lawmaker Gabby Giffords will tour cities across Texas to condemn white supremacy and gun violence against Latinos.
O'Rourke To Address Nation From El Paso As He Rejoins Presidential RaceWhen Beto O'Rourke learned about the mass shooting in El Paso he left the presidential campaign trail to return home. Now the 46-year-old is rejoining the race for the White House.
Lady Gaga To Fund Classroom Projects In El Paso, Dayton And GilroyLady Gaga announced that she will "fully fund" classroom projects in El Paso, Dayton, and Gilroy, California.
After El Paso Shooting, Walmart Removes All Violent Images From Stores NationwideAfter a deadly mass shooting in El Paso, Walmart is removing all signs, displays and videos that depict violence from all of its stores.
Latino Community Living In Fear After El Paso Walmart ShootingWhile public displays of mourning continue outside the Walmart in El Paso, some of the toughest conversations are happening inside Latino households.
After Deadly El Paso Event, Walmart Contemplates Active Shooter InstructionsSecurity and police are accustomed to dealing with everyday shoplifters at Walmart, but now the discounter is confronting a bigger threat: active shooters.