A Federal Bureau of Investigation report released this week on active shooting incidents, such as the one at Santa Fe High School last month, had more than a few interesting points.
A month and a day after 10 people were killed inside Santa Fe High School, the city's school district on Tuesday held its first meeting to discuss how it might change security measures to protect students from harm in the future.
The 2018 Galveston County baseball coach of the year Ronnie Wulf guided the Santa Fe program to a milestone it had not seen in nearly two decades, and then in the year’s final game, managed the team amid unimaginably tragic circumstances.
City officials unanimously approved opening three bank accounts Thursday night for the continued operation of a counseling center offering emotional and psychological support to residents after a May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School.
The announcement of a pro-gun rally in Santa Fe on June 23, the first real political event of any kind in the city since the May 18 shooting, hasn't drawn much concern or worry from local officials in the city.
Texas City High School National Art Honor Society officials will host an art exhibition and auction Friday to raise money for victims of the May 18 Santa Fe High School shooting.
A gun rights group says it is planning to hold a political rally at a Santa Fe park later this month where they will call for more public school employees to be armed with guns.
City officials are seeking grant money to keep a center offering emotional and psychological support to residents after a May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School open for up to five years.
The Texas Department of Public Safety on Friday released a new mobile phone app that allows people to report suspicious activities to authorities anonymously.
A wreath honoring the victims of the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School was laid at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday.
John Barnes, the Santa Fe Independent School District police officer shot on May 18 at Santa Fe High School, was released from the University of Texas Medical Branch on Wednesday.
The Santa Fe Education Foundation has formed a steering committee to help direct the use of tens of thousands of dollars in donations the foundation has received since the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School.
Several Galveston County school districts are forming committees to review campus security in response to a May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School that killed 10 people and wounded more than a dozen others.
In the two weeks since the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School, there have been reports of hundreds of thousands of dollars being raised and donated to people affected by the shooting.
SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — More than 300 seniors at a Texas high school have received their diplomas with the memory of a deadly mass shooting on campus still fresh in their minds.
U.S. President Donald Trump met with the families of Santa Fe shooting victims on Thursday morning soon after arriving in Texas for a fundraising trip to Houston and Dallas.
The Santa Fe Independent School District on Thursday received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will held the school district pay for the costs of recovery efforts after the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School.
The mass shooting at Santa Fe High School on May 18 did little to change Texans' opinion on gun control, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.
The family of a student killed when a gunman opened fire at Santa Fe High School has joined a lawsuit against the accused shooter’s mother and father.
Twelve days after the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday revealed his first proposals to improve school safety measures across Texas.
DALLAS (AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is recommending dozens of strategies to make schools safer following the deadly shooting at a high school near Houston.
Hundreds of people lined state Highway 6 in Santa Fe on Tuesday morning as a show of support and love for students and staff returning to school at Santa Fe High School for the first time since the May 18 mass shooting.
Students at Santa Fe Independent School District will return to class on Tuesday for the first time since 10 people were killed inside Santa Fe High School.
U.S. Air Force Airman Devin Belluomini, a graduate of Santa Fe High School, will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in remembrance of the Santa Fe shooting victims.
Santa Fe plans to open a long-term counseling center to help people in the community cope with the psychological and emotional effects that might come after the May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School.
In the week since a gunman killed 10 and wounded more than a dozen others at Santa Fe High School, the community has openly wondered what could have led the accused 17-year-old student to commit such crimes and cause such sorrow.
An increasing number of Galveston County parents want to pull their children out of public schools because they fear another mass shooting, parents and homeschooling groups said.
The shooting May 18 at Santa Fe High School, during which 10 people were killed and even more wounded, poses problems for people pushing extreme single-solution arguments about how to prevent such mass killings.
Four Santa Fe High School students on Friday called for Texas leaders to directly address gun safety laws to stop shootings like the ones that killed 10 of their classmates and teachers on May 18.
A Santa Fe Police Department officer on Thursday received a commendation for his role in saving a Santa Fe High School teacher in the midst of the May 18 shooting at the school.
Thirty Santa Fe residents — among the students, parents, teachers, administrators and emergency responders — came to the state capital on Thursday to speak with Abbott at the third day of his school safety roundtable, an expert panel he announced hours after the shooting happened.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the accused shooter in the mass killing at Santa Fe High School, was in violation of a school district dress code — one meant to prevent students from concealing weapons — when he wore a trench coat on campus May 18.
Jason Tabor on Thursday was sworn in as mayor of a city grieving from the May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School that left 10 people dead and at least 13 wounded.
Nearly a week after a gunman killed 10 and wounded more than a dozen others at a high school in a neighboring district, Texas City school trustees on Thursday took steps toward increasing security.
Attorneys representing a 17-year-old accused of killing 10 people and wounding about a dozen more during a May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School have asked a judge to set bond for their client.
Residents assembled under cloudy skies Wednesday night at Greater Barbour’s Chapel Baptist Church to pray for a community just down the road in Santa Fe, just days after a gunman killed 10 and wounded a dozen more in spree of violence at Santa Fe High School.
After their series-clinching win last Friday over Kingwood, the Clear Springs Chargers baseball team had a post-game celebratory huddle like none other — and one they’ll never forget.
Following Friday's fatal shooting at Santa Fe High School, several local experts were invited to speak at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's roundtable discussion on gun violence and possible legislative solutions.
Teachers and staff returned to work at Santa Fe Independent School District on Wednesday, five days after 10 people were killed inside Santa Fe High School by a gunman.
The Gulf Coast chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is offering its Disaster Distress Helpline to people suffering with emotional distress such as overwhelming anxiety, trouble sleeping and other depression-like symptoms after mass shooting Friday in Santa Fe.
Cars and trucks whirred along state Highway 6 and throngs of locals gathered for lunch Tuesday in the popular Red Cap Restaurant.
For days, the community has been at the center of media attention — or a media frenzy as some refer to it — with local reporters and Houston outlets working beside national and international outlets.
We don’t suggest that putting metal detectors in all schools would prevent all mass killings. We certainly don’t suggest it’s the only security measure area school districts should consider in the aftermath of a shooting at Santa Fe High School that left 10 dead and many others wounded.
The father of 17-year-old student Dimitrios Pagourtzis, charged with capital murder in the Santa Fe school shooting, claims his son was harassed as bullying rumors continue to swirl on social media.
The public is invited to attend a community prayer circle, sponsored by Greater Barbour's Chapel Baptist Church, at 7 p.m. today at 7420 FM 1765 in Texas City.
During batting practice before Tuesday’s home game against the San Francisco Giants, Houston Astros players showed their support for the victims of Friday’s shooting at Santa Fe High School that claimed 10 lives and injured 13 with “We Play For Santa Fe” T-shirts.
Three days after the mass shooting at Santa Fe, law enforcement officials are still keeping details of the police response close to the vest.
With Friday’s deadly school shooting, Santa Fe, Texas, is at the center of the media universe. And by extension, so is Galveston County and the state of Texas. This is our moment to help others — both in the past and future — on how to best deal with such a tragic and human crisis.
School administrators, lawmakers, school safety experts and law enforcement, including Galveston County District Attorney Jack Roady, will attend roundtable discussions this week in Austin to discuss gun safety and school and community preparedness.
High school seniors of many different Santa Fe church communities went forward with a previously-planned baccalaurete ceremony Sunday night in spite of a tragic shooting at the school Friday that killed eight students and two teachers.
Santa Fe High School could have had as many as seven armed marshals on its campus on the day a gunman opened fire on a classroom on Friday, under a state law that allows for the arming of school employees passed by legislators five years ago.
Specious arguments, it seems, are a natural byproduct of terrible events such as the shooting Friday at Santa Fe High School in which eight children and two adults were shot dead and more than a dozen others were wounded.
Santa Fe Independent School District officials over the weekend worked through social media posts to quell widely circulating rumors that school coaches had bullied a teenage shooter accused of killing 10 people and wounding at least 13 on Friday.
Aldersgate United Methodist Church on Sunday held its regular 11 a.m. service. In attendance were members and visitors. Also attending the service was the family of Jared Black, a Santa Fe High School student who, with nine other people, was fatally shot Friday at the school.
The shooting in the Santa Fe High School Friday happened in a nation where people have "fallen away from God," a Santa Fe Arcadia First Baptist Church Pastor Jerl Watkins said to a packed worship hall.
Residents on Saturday grieved and attempted to pick up the pieces a day after at least 20 people were shot inside the halls and classrooms of the community's high school.
Just a day after 10 lives were lost in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, the tight-knit community rallied behind the school’s baseball team Saturday night, packing the stands at Jim Kethan Field in Deer Park.
Following Friday’s school shooting at Santa Fe High School, most of us in Galveston County are feeling mad, hurt, confused and noticeably numb. Professionals will say this is normal. But what is not normal is the reason for the why.
Mr. Shooter, I am not going to mention your name in relation to the deadly and repulsive event you wrought at Santa Fe High School. You do not deserve this acknowledgment in neither my eyes nor ink.
Editor’s note: The Daily News, out of respect for families and friends of the deceased, has not pushed aggressively for interviews. We plan as the days unfold to tell more about the people who lost their lives in the shooting.
Santa Fe students and employees were bussed back to Santa Fe High School from Santa Fe Junior High, which is still an active crime scene on Saturday, May 19, 2018. On Friday morning, a gunman killed 10 people and injured many more in a deadly mass shooting. Although still grappling with loss…
The day after a 17-year-old student was charged in Friday’s mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, the teen’s family is struggling to understand how the awful crimes with which he’s accused could have happened, a Kemah attorney said Saturday.
Clear Springs shared their Region III-6A quarterfinal victory with Santa Fe students on Friday night. Santa Fe High School went into lockdown after a tragic mass shooting early Friday morning. Ten students and adults have been pronounced dead with many other injured and receiving treatment.
It should have been just another beautiful spring day on the Texas coast. It should have been a day for high school students and their teachers to think about the coming summer break. All the dread should have been about final exams, the outcome of those state-mandated tests that had seemed …
In the wake of of Friday’s deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, nearby Clear Springs High School’s playoff game became about more than just baseball, and the Chargers delivered a win for not just one, but two fan bases.
A school resource officer, a sophomore baseball player, a substitute teacher and a foreign exchange student were among those injured in a mass shooting Friday at Santa Fe High School.
Just hours after at least 10 people were shot and killed and another 10 wounded at Santa Fe High School, organizations and community members across Galveston County were setting up fundraising efforts, blood drives and vigils.
Some crying, others silent, hundreds of community members stood closely together in an open field near the Texas First Bank and clutched candles and red roses in remembrance of the Santa Fe shooting victims.
In the aftermath of a mass shooting that left 10 dead and another 10 injured, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday said that legislators should act to prevent further mass shootings from happening in Texas.
The accused shooter in Friday's mass killing is a 17-year-old junior at Santa Fe High School, who police say used his father's guns to kill 10 people and wound at least 10 more.
Crying parents waited along state Highway 6 and bands of students moved north on Elm Street away from Santa Fe High School in the immediate aftermath of a shooting that left at least nine people dead Friday morning.
Because of the deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School that killed 10 and injured 10 more Friday morning, the Santa Fe Indians’ baseball playoff game scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Jim Kethan Field in Deer Park was cancelled.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, who police have named as the suspect in a deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School, had photos of guns and shirts emblazoned with the words “Born to Kill” on his Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Just hours after at least 10 people were shot and killed at Santa Fe High School, organizations and community members across Galveston County are setting up fundraising efforts, blood drives and vigils.
Just hours after at least nine people were shot and killed at Santa Fe High School, President Donald Trump said that mass shootings have been "going on too long in our country."