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Full Video of Fort Hood Commander’s Second Press Conference on Shooting

Lt. General Mark Milley has confirmed in this afternoon's press conference that four of the wounded victims have been released from the hospital. The shooter's next of kin has been notified of his passing, and his identity is officially confirmed as Spc. Ivan A. Lopez. Milley cited numerous instances of heroism during the shooting, including that of the female MP who engaged Lopez and that of an army chaplain who shielded other soldiers from the attack. We have the full video, below.

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Scott and White Memorial Hospital - Townsquare Media Photo

Updates from Scott & White Memorial Hospital’s Morning Press Conference

Officials at Scott & White Memorial Hospital have confirmed that they have 9 patients in their care (8 men, 1 woman). Three patients remain in critical condition with neck, spine, and abdominal injuries. Two will require further surgery, while the last is undergoing diagnostics. Of the remaining patients, 2 have been classified as in "fair" condition, with the remainder in "good" condition possibly facing release later today. There are no expectations of further fatalities.

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Four Dead, Including Shooter, in Fort Hood Shooting

KTEM's live coverage of the shooting has ended, but please stay on ktemnews.com for frequent updates on this tragedy in the coming days. Our prayers are with the service men and women affected by the this tragedy.

Update 9:50: Lt. General Mark Milley has confirmed 16 are injured and in treatment at Darnall Army Medical Center and Scott & White Memorial Hospital, 3 are dead. The shooter, whose identity has not been confirmed, deceased by a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being engaged by military police. There is no indication of a connection to terrorism in this incident, but an investigation is ongoing by ATF, FBI, Texas Rangers, Texas State Police, Killeen and Harker Heights Police, and military police organizations.

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Volunteers from Altrusa International package meals for Kids Against Hunger.

Credit: Altrusa International of Temple, Tx., Inc.
Volunteers from Altrusa International package meals for Kids Against Hunger. Credit: Altrusa International of Temple, Tx., Inc.

Temple Volunteers Make 24,000 Meals in 3 Hours

With the help of local volunteers, Kids Against Hunger packaged 24,624 meals for school children in Haiti last Saturday.

Volunteers put on hairnets and aprons and got to work packing meals of rice, soy, a dehydrated blend of six vegetables and a mineral powder that provides 21 essential vitamins and nutrients.

“You invested three hours of your wee

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