Dallas Firefighter Critically Injured In 2017 Shooting Honored At State CapitolWilliam An, The Dallas firefighter and EMT who was shot in the line of duty in 2017, receiving the 2018 Star of Texas Award in Austin Tuesday.
Hockey Game To Benefit Recovering Dallas Officer, FirefighterThe Dallas Police hockey team is taking on the Dallas Fire hockey team in the first ever "Dallas Strong" benefit game on Saturday.
Wounded Dallas Firefighter/Paramedic Shares Message Of Thanks Dallas Firefighter/Paramedic William An, who was shot with an assault rifle while responding to a shooting call on May 1, has a message of thanks to the community.
Members Of DPD Traffic Unit Visit DFR Paramedic William AnThe Dallas firefighter-paramedic who suffered near-fatal injuries after he was shot enjoyed a visit Friday from members of the Dallas Police Traffic Unit.
Dallas Firefighter/Paramedic Out Of The HospitalWilliam An, who was critically wounded after being shot while responding to a shooting call May 1, was discharged from Baylor University Medical Center Wednesday.
First Responder Showered With SupportThe public is donating money to help firefighter-paramedic William An, who was shot nine days ago.
Firefighter/Paramedic No Longer In Critical ConditionDFR said William An's family appreciates the continued prayers and well-wishes they have received during this challenging ordeal.
More Progress For Firefighter/Paramedic Shot MondayWilliam An remains in critical condition, but DFR says he is consistently improving.
Neighbor Shot By Derick Brown Speaks From Hospital BedLuis Amaro, 24, is recovering at Baylor Medical Center from two gunshot wounds, but he tells CBS11 he's lucky to be alive.
Fundraiser, Blood Drive In Wake Of Paramedic ShootingLa Madeleine in downtown Dallas will host the even benefitting the Assist the Officer Foundation on Friday, May 5.
Injured Firefighter Paramedic ImprovingWilliam An is said to be doing better and has been awake, alert and communicating.
Concerns About Firefighter Safety Magnified After ShootingDallas Fire-Rescue has body armor but the equipment is stored in a separate responding vehicle.