A criminal investigation in Texas over the hesitant police response to the Robb Elementary School shooting is still ongoing a year after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde.
Texas Rep. Tony Gonzales' district includes the Uvalde school targeted in a mass shooting last year.
The lawsuit alleges officials failed to follow active shooter protocol when they waited more than an hour to confront the attacker inside a fourth-grade classroom.
Lt. Mariano Pargas left the department voluntarily, the second police leader to do so since the May massacre.
Dr. Mark Escott is working with state police to determine whether any of the 21 people killed in the Uvalde school shooting could have been saved had medical help arrived sooner.
Col. Steve McCraw acknowledged mistakes by officers, but insisted that, "plain and simple," his department, as an institution, did not fail the community.
The music legend spoke out at a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke.
Texas DPS director Steven McCraw said the law enforcement response to May's school shooting was an "abject failure."
When Elsa Avila looks at the scar that runs down her torso, she can't help remember May 24, when a gunman stormed her fourth grade wing at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers and leaving her and others wounded.
Students who survived the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary in Texas are spending the summer with a host of mental health issues, including PTSD.