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Texas safety officials will begin “random intruder detection audits” of schools in September

This fall, Texas public schools will be subjected to random inspections to detect weak access points in the wake of the Uvalde school shooting — but a state school safety leader says these …

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“Nobody’s giving us any answers”: Uvalde families demand details of shooting investigation at City Council meeting

At an emotional City Council meeting Thursday, families of the Robb Elementary School shooting victims demanded the mayor release details from the investigation. Mayor Don McLaughlin …

Texas congressional Democrats call on Attorney General Ken Paxton to release Uvalde shooting records

Nine Democratic members of the U.S. House from Texas on Tuesday called on Attorney General Ken Paxton to order the release of government records related to the May 24 school shooting in Uvalde that …

3 men in custody after deaths of 51 people found in San Antonio truck

San Antonio officials said Tuesday that the number of migrants who have died after being trapped in a tractor-trailer on Monday has reached 51 after another migrant died at a local hospital. …

Post-Uvalde gun law is legacy moment for Texas’ John Cornyn, but backlash is fierce

This is a legacy-making moment for Sen. John Cornyn. The Texas Republican leveraged his A+ rating from the NRA and his credibility within the Senate to shepherd the biggest gun …

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Delta warns of challenges over 4th of July weekend, allows rebookings

Delta Air Lines warned that it expects "operational challenges" over the busy Fourth of July weekend, and is allowing customers to change their travel dates to avoid the havoc. Atlanta-based Delta …

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