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Austin Gunman Suspected Of Opening Fire On Police Headquarters, Wearing Possible Explosive Device Vest Killed

Austin police say a gunman suspected of opening fire on several downtown buildings and police headquarters has died after being shot.


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Off-Duty Midland Officer Kills Restaurant Gunman

A gunman who opened fire in the kitchen of a West Texas restaurant has been shot and killed by an off-duty police officer who was eating at the place.


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General: Fort Hood Gunman Kills 3, Wounds 16, Then Kills Self

Commander says the soldier had served 4 months in Iraq in 2011, was being treated for depression and anxiety.


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Report: Gunman Takes Three Hostage Inside Louisiana Bank

According to officials, on Tuesday, a gunman took at least three people hostage at a bank in northeastern Louisiana.


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Gunman Shoots 1 In Texas Movie Theater Parking Lot After Girlfriend Leaves Him

Sheriff’s officials say a man opened fire in a San Antonio movie theater parking lot, wounding one person before an officer shot him inside the theater.


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Houston Police Kill Armed Suspect To End Standoff

Houston police say a gunman has been shot and killed in a four-hour standoff that began with an argument about a dog.


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1 Dead After Gunman Opens Fire At Texas Courthouse

A man at court with family members opened fire outside a Southeast Texas courthouse Wednesday, killing one person and wounding at least three others, police said.



Gunman At Occupy Houston Camp Shot By Police

A 21-year-old shot by police after they say he fired shots in a park where Occupy Houston protesters are encamped has been charged with aggravated assault against a public servant.



Texas Senate Vote Approves Guns On Campus

There’s big news out of Austin Monday. Texas Senators have voted to allow concealed handgun license holders to carry their weapons into public college classrooms.