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Fort Hood Shooting

Fort Hood Shooting

At approximately 4 p.m. April 2, Spc. Ivan A. Lopez, 34, of Guayanilla, Puerto Rico and assigned to 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) fired shots at individuals in the 1st Medical Brigade area of Fort Hood, killing 3 and injuring 16. Lopez died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound shortly thereafter.

KTEM will have continuing coverage of this tragic event, and our prayers go out to all the affected service men and women and their families.
Purple Heart - Charles Silvey via Getty Images
Charles Silvey via Getty Images

Family of Man Killed at Fort Hood to Get His Purple Heart

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The family of a nurse practitioner from Wisconsin killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting is set to receive his Purple Heart.

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Purple Heart - Charles Silvey via Getty Images
Charles Silvey via Getty Images

Lillington Man Receives Purple Heart for Ft. Hood Injury

LILLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A retired soldier in Lillington has received his Purple Heart for injuries he suffered in the shooting at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Fort Hood shooting victims awarded medals at Friday ceremony - Photo courtesy of Heather Graham-Ashley, Fort Hood Public Affairs
Photo courtesy of Heather Graham-Ashley, Fort Hood Public Affairs

Fort Hood Shooting Victims Finally Receive Purple Hearts, Defense of Freedom Medals

After nearly six years of legislative battles and delays, the victims of the Nov. 5, 2009 Fort Hood shooting finally received their medals Friday.

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Fort Hood Welcome Sign - Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

Thursday Marks First Anniversary of Shooting at Fort Hood

Today marks the 1st anniversary of an April 2, 2014 shooting at Fort Hood that left four soldiers dead, including the gunman.

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Purple Heart - Charles Silvey via Getty Images
Charles Silvey via Getty Images

Purple Heart Ceremony Will Honor Fort Hood Shooting Victims

Victims of the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood will soon be awarded their Purple Hearts.

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Purple Heart - Charles Silvey via Getty Images
Charles Silvey via Getty Images

Fort Hood Shooting Victims Now Eligible for Purple Heart

Five years after the deadly mass shooting at Fort Hood, military and civilian victims are finally eligible for honors and benefits.

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Maj. Nidal Hasan - Getty Images
Maj. Nidal Hasan - Getty Images

Fort Hood Gunman Nidal Hasan to Appear in Court

FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kansas (AP) — An Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people in a shooting rampage at a Texas Army base is set to appear in court.

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Photos Courtesy of Fort Hood PAO
Photos Courtesy of Fort Hood PAO

President Obama Joins the Fort Hood Community for a Memorial Service Honoring Those Killed in the April 2 Shooting

President Obama and the First Lady joined the Fort Hood community in mourning the three soldiers killed in last week's shooting on post. 

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Col. Paul Reese, III Corps chief of current operations, makes a statement regarding a behavioral health hotline established for Soldiers, Army civilians and DoD contractors associated with the April 2 tragedy during a press conference Monday, April 7, inside Club Hood's Grande Ballroom on Fort Hood. (Photo by Daniel Cernero, III Corps and Fort Hood Public Affairs)

President Obama is Expected to Attend a Memorial for the Fort Hood Shooting Victims

At a Monday afternoon press conference, Col. Paul Reese, III Corps and Fort Hood chief of operations, and Chris Grey, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command spokesman, talked about the investigation into the April 2 Fort Hood shooting

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Fort Hood Releases Names, Details of the Deceased

In this afternoon's press conference at Fort Hood, Lt. General Mark Milley released the names and details of the three soldiers killed in Wednesday's shooting.

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