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.
Friday on Political Rewind: According to the New York Times, just 13% of Americans believe the country is headed in the right direction, a pessimism shared by every demographic. In his book American Reboot, former U.S. Rep. Will Hurd proposes a new path forward.
Mayor Don McLaughlin disputed a new report that alleges missed chances to quickly end the deadly May 24 attack at a Texas elementary school.
Texas state Sen. Roland Gutierrez and Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin say they've received complaints about the Uvalde Together Resiliency Center.
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.
Pete Arredondo stepped down from his position in the City Council just weeks after being sworn in following allegations that he erred in his response to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School.
After 19 children were killed at a Texas elementary, law enforcement officials have given little information. They're now using the "dead suspect loophole" to prevent the public release of records.
In recent years, the medical profession has developed techniques to help save more gunshot victims, such as evacuating patients rapidly. But some trauma surgeons say that even those improvements can save only a fraction of patients when military-style rifles inflict the injury.
Maite Rodriguez, a lover of animals and the environment, dreamed of being a marine biologist. She was killed during the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new set of emails shows false Trump electors were encouraged to operate in complete secrecy in 2020. In a speech, Gov. Brian Kemp said he supports no new additional gun laws in the wake of the Uvalde massacre. Plus, we'll look at highlights from the runoff debates.
In similar tragedies over the years, police encountered similar problems during the shootings at Columbine High School in 1999 and at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
While some cardinals have sidestepped political discussions, Cupich spoke out against gun violence on Twitter hours after the shooting at Robb Elementary School.
The name of the town comes from a misspelled Spanish name. The way people say it traces a long history of racializing Latinos in the U.S.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Tulsa shooting raises the stakes in the gun control debate as the U.S. House prepares to pass bills in response. Our guests weigh in on how it'll impact Georgia races this fall.