Parents, teachers, school staff and students who were on scene the day of the shooting are demanding redress for "the indelible and forever-lasting trauma" caused by the failures of law enforcement.
A series of miscommunications from nearly 400 members of law enforcement led to long wait times for those stuck inside Robb Elementary School, where 19 students and two teachers died.
The officer becomes the first member of the state police force to lose their job in the fallout over the hesitant response to the May school attack that killed 19 children and two teachers.
The Texas school district said it's suspending its police department, citing "recent developments." An investigation is looking into the police response to the Robb Elementary shooting in May.
Ante las consecuencias del tiroteo masivo en la escuela en Uvalde en mayo, las familias de las víctimas y los sobrevivientes están tratando de superar su dolor y encontrarle sentido a su nueva vida.
In the months since the mass school shooting at Robb Elementary, some parents are turning their grief into action, while others are dealing with guilt and trying to make sense of their new lives.
This week, as in-person school resumes for the first time since the shooting, some Uvalde parents have chosen to homeschool their kids rather than send them back to the classroom.
Mientras que las clases en persona empiezan por primera vez en Uvalde esta semana desde el tiroteo masivo, algunas familias han escogido educar a sus hijos en casa en vez de llevarlos a las escuelas.
Este año, mientras Nicole Ogburn prepara su salón de clases, su prioridad ya no son las decoraciones. En cambio, está comprando cosas para hacer que el salón sea más seguro.
This year, as Nicole Ogburn prepares her classroom, her first priority is not the decorations she usually spends the summer picking out. Instead, it's buying things to make the classroom safer.
Families of the 21 victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary had been demanding Arredondo be fired since details became clear of the law enforcement failures that day.
The idea was not to forget the victims' faces, says the project's creator, which is why they are depicted in large murals. Artists from throughout Texas volunteered their time and talent.
In the year before the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the gunman purchased accessories, became aggressive toward women online and in person, and was nicknamed "school shooter" by those who knew him.
Mayor Don McLaughlin disputed a new report that alleges missed chances to quickly end the deadly May 24 attack at a Texas elementary school.
Some of the 21 victims at Robb Elementary School possibly could have been saved had they received medical attention sooner while police waited before breaching the classroom, the report says.