After the shooting in Uvalde, Texas is refocused on mental health. This session is presented by Curative and supported by Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. and Raptor Technologies. Moderated by Renuka Rayassam, Senior Correspondent at Kaiser Health News. Get your tickets here.
Special Section on Uvalde School Shooting
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 16 2022 - 3:05pm
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Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 2 2022 - 2:08pm
By Zach Despart, The Texas Tribune Aug. 1, 2022 More than a dozen news organizations filed a lawsuit against the Texas Department of Public Safety on Monday, accusing the agency of unlawfully withholding public records related to the May school shooting in Uvalde.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 18 2022 - 3:59pm
By Uriel J. García and Jaden Edison, The Texas Tribune UVALDE — The Texas Department of Public Safety is reviewing how 91 state troopers and Rangers responded to the Robb Elementary School shooting to determine if they violated any policies or laws.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 18 2022 - 3:29pm
By Uriel J. García and Jaden Edison, The Texas Tribune UVALDE — Tina Quintanilla-Taylor’s 8-year-old daughter joined an army of angry adults in this town of 15,000 people Monday night and stood at a microphone, looking up to school district officials who sat behind tables draped in maroon cloth on a high school auditorium stage.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 12 2022 - 1:13pm
By Uriel J. García and Zach Despart, The Texas Tribune
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 6 2022 - 4:33pm
By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune A school shooting in Uvalde that left 19 children and two teachers dead. The end of a nearly 50-year-old constitutional right to an abortion.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jun 20 2022 - 1:02pm
By Terri Langford, The Texas Tribune The officers in the hallway of Robb Elementary wanted to get inside classrooms 111 and 112 — immediately. One officer’s daughter was inside. Another officer had gotten a call from his wife, a teacher, who told him she was bleeding to death.
Written by Sofia Briones on Jun 16 2022 - 11:11am
After learning about one of the largest school shootings in U.S history, just 90 miles from his home, Michael Sanchez rushed to Uvalde to create a special mural in honor of the victims. “I just wanted to give back to the city of Uvalde,” said 41-year-old San Antonio artist, Michael Sanchez. His artwork is located on 1200 West Main Street, just a block away from a local cemetery where some of the victims are being laid to rest.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Jun 16 2022 - 11:09am
Given the podium at the White House Press Briefing Room, Uvalde, Texas native Matthew McConaughey seized the opportunity to talk about the deadly shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary. During an emotional speech before media from across the globe, McConaughey said he spent some time in Uvalde with the victim’s families hearing stories, tears and memories. He shared stories and memories while passionately calling for responsible gun ownership.