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‘The cops aren’t doing anything’: parents yelled at police to enter Texas school

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Texas law enforcement agencies are coming under scrutiny over their response to the mass shooting at Robb elementary school in Uvalde, after it emerged that the gunman remained barricaded inside a classroom for up to ...

Texas student arrested after report of person walking near school with a weapon

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Police have arrested a Texas high school student after semi-automatic weapons were found in his car, a day after 21 people were murdered by another high school student in the state. The police department in Richardson...

False conspiracy theories flourish after Texas shooting in familiar pattern

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By now it’s as predictable as the calls for thoughts and prayers: as America reels from another mass shooting, wild conspiracy theories and misinformation about the carnage swirl online. It happened after the 2012 sch...

Who are the right blaming for the Texas shooting? Trans people, immigrants and victims’ parents

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It’s just impossible. Impossible to adequately describe the horror of 19 little children and two of their teachers being murdered in their classroom by an 18-year-old with military-grade weapons. Impossible to adequat...

‘This is on you’: Beto O’Rourke confronts Texas governor over mass shooting

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Beto O’Rourke publicly confronted Texas’s Republican governor, Greg Abbott, during a press conference on Wednesday about a mass school shooting in the town of Uvalde where 19 children and two teachers were killed. As ...

‘He was just a loving little boy’: the victims of the Texas school shooting

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As the United States woke up to the horrific aftermath of its latest mass school shooting in which a gunman killed 19 children and two adults after storming into an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, the first detail...

Amanda Gorman decries US inaction on gun violence in poem after Texas school shooting

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Amanda Gorman, the 24-year-old US poet who rose to fame for her performance at Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration, has written a poem as the nation mourns the killing of 19 children in a mass shooting at an element...

Gunman opens fire at Texas elementary school, killing at least 19 children – video report

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A gunman who opened fire at an elementary school in Texas has killed at least 19 children and two adults. Texas governor Greg Abbott said the suspected gunman was an 18-year-old man named Salvador Ramos. The shooter d...

Tiny Texas community shaken by arrest of official over cattle rustling

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A senior official in west Texas has been arrested over cattle rustling in a case that has stirred up anger in the tiny county of Loving. Skeet Lee Jones, 71, a judge and chief elected official in the county, faces thr...

Progressive v anti-abortion Democrat: Texas faces pivotal primary runoff

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Two nearly identical text boxes appear on the respective campaign websites for Henry Cuellar and Jessica Cisneros, the Democrats locked in a heated primary runoff to represent south Texas in Congress. Cuellar’s text b...

Manhunt under way in Texas after convicted murderer escapes prison bus

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A convicted murderer serving a life prison sentence in Texas stabbed a transport bus driver and escaped Thursday, setting off a frantic manhunt that was ongoing more than a day later. The getaway happened as officers ...

Pet dog’s barking leads rescuers to missing Texas woman with dementia

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A Texas woman who suffers from dementia and was missing for three days was found in the early hours of last Friday, bruised and dehydrated but safe, after her dog’s barking helped rescuers track her down. Sherry Noppe...

Texas court ordered to reconsider decision to uphold prison sentence for woman who voted

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A Texas appeals court must reconsider its decision to uphold a five-year conviction for Crystal Mason, the Texas woman sentenced to prison for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 election, the state’s highest cri...

Texas woman’s Goodwill find turns out to be 2,000-year-old Roman relic

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A Texas woman got a bang for her buck when her purchase of a $34.99 marble bust from a Goodwill thrift store turned out to be a relic from ancient Rome. Laura Young, who has been reselling antiques for 11 years, came ...

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