Elizabeth Findell, Wall Street Journal

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Recent articles by Elizabeth:

Uvalde Residents Press for Answers a Month After School Massacre

A month after a gunman stormed Robb Elementary School and killed 19 fourth-graders and two teachers while police waited more than an hour to intervene, this town of 16,000 people continues to ask questions → Read More

Uvalde School-District Police Chief Pete Arredondo Is Put on Leave

Superintendent Hal Harrell says he took the action because of a “lack of clarity” during probes of the Texas mass shooting. → Read More

Uvalde Classroom Door Wasn’t Locked, Texas Chief of Public Safety Says

The director of the Texas agency, Steven McCraw, said officers had nothing barring them from entering the classroom at Robb Elementary where a shooter was gunning down students and teachers. → Read More

Poor Police Radio Reception Caused Confusion in Texas School Shooting Response, Says Official

The local system wasn’t made to work inside buildings like those at Uvalde’s Robb Elementary School, according to its designer. → Read More

Uvalde School Security Chief Silent as Post-Shooting Questions Swirl

Pete Arredondo, the commander of the law-enforcement response at the Texas school shooting, isn’t answering questions about the incident amid criticism from some local residents. → Read More

In Uvalde, Services Begin for Victims of School Shooting

Funeral events began in Uvalde, Texas, on the final day of a scorching holiday weekend marked by anger and despair, as townspeople continued to grapple with the impact of the violence and unanswered questions surrounding law enforcement’s response to the shooting. → Read More

Uvalde Police Made ‘Wrong Decision’ in Waiting to Storm Shooter, Says Official

Police who responded to the mass shooting at the elementary school waited around an hour to enter the classroom where the gunman had locked himself because a commander on scene incorrectly thought no lives were at risk, the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety said. → Read More

Uvalde Shooter Fired Outside School for 12 Minutes Before Entering

As police detailed new timeline of mass shooting at elementary school, residents expressed frustration about the time it took for law enforcement to end the shooting. Videos circulated on social media showing parents confronting police outside the building. → Read More

What We Know About the Texas Elementary School Shooting That Left 19 Children Dead

Shooting is the deadliest at a U.S. school since the slaughter at Sandy Hook Elementary School → Read More

14 Students, 1 Teacher Dead in Texas Elementary School Shooting

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Texas Attorney General Face-Off Highlights GOP Shift

George P. Bush is fighting to win over conservatives loyal to combative incumbent Ken Paxton. → Read More

Texas Supreme Court Clears Way for Transgender Investigations

The state’s high court ruled state agency can conduct child-abuse investigations against parents of transgender children, but says the governor lacks authority to mandate them. → Read More

Gubernatorial Candidates Seize on Leaked Roe v. Wade Draft Opinion

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade, abortion rights would be set by states, giving governors significant new power. Democrats’ statements this week indicate that they see the issue as a winning one for them in states whose electorates lean even moderately to the right. → Read More

Industries Report Continued Fallout From Texas-Mexico Bridge Slowdowns

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has trimmed back the safety inspections, but businesses are still reporting delays, including shipments of perishable produce. → Read More

Texas Gov. Reaches Deal With Mexican Officials Over More International Bridges

Three more Texas international bridges will see relief from state trucking inspections that have disrupted trade with Mexico. → Read More

Texas Governor to Halt Truck Inspections at an International Bridge at Mexican Border

Gov. Greg Abbott Wednesday said he would stop state police inspections of commercial trucks on one of four international bridges in Laredo, Texas, while delays and protests continued at several other bridges. → Read More

Traffic Snarled at Texas-Mexico Border by New Security Measures, Protests

Food rots, car parts are delayed at a key international freight hub due to a new border security initiative by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott—and protests against that initiative. → Read More

In Austin, Texas, a Battle Looms Over What Police Did During Protests

Nineteen members of the Austin Police Department were charged criminally for crowd-control tactics in 2020; the officers say they were following orders. → Read More

Ukrainian Pop Star Escapes the War Zone to Perform at South by Southwest

Oleksandra Zaritska, the lead singer of Kazka, fled her home, while two of her bandmates stayed to fight. → Read More

Texas Judge Halts State Order on Transgender Adolescents

A Texas judge temporarily blocked state health authorities from following Gov. Greg Abbott’s order to investigate medical treatments for transgender adolescents as possible child abuse. → Read More