Sutherland Springs, Texas

Worshippers and elected officials gathered to commemorate the new space as the names of the victims were read.
Danielle Kelley was tied to a bed helpless as her husband left to carry out one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history.
When it comes to gun violence, we've become numb. Blame the media, blame Trump, blame "compassion fatigue."
There were a number of high-profile tragedies this year.
Attorney General Ken Paxton has been calling for more people to bring guns into houses of worship.
No one saw the Sutherland Springs massacre coming. But the signs were there.
"Jesus, he copy pasted his response to a mass shooting and forgot to change the location. What a clown."
Pews were replaced with 26 handcrafted chairs that marked where worshippers were slain.
Last Sunday, members of First Baptist Church were gunned down in their pews. This Sunday, survivors worshipped under a tent.
His Air Force co-worker said Kelley told her he bought the dogs on Craigslist.
Enough already. Seriously. Is anyone listening? Is anyone hearing the cries of parents and children and the eternal sorrow
The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs may join other mass shooting sites that have sought new beginnings after tragedy.
Politicians always instruct voters to pray in the wake of tragedy, and I'm going to do just that.
Shocked. Fearful. Uncertain. These are all emotions that many of us find ourselves navigating after several churchgoers in
It comes after deadly mass shootings in Nevada and Texas.
In memory of the victims we must go forward with a new resolve to reform gun laws that contribute to death and sorrow. For
A senator cut off the former U.S. Air Force colonel before he could say more.
As public massacres become more normalized, children will struggle to cope with an outsized fear of death.