Over a dozen wounded in shooting in Austin, Texas, police say
FBI reportedly involved as well.
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
A shooting in Austin, Texas early Saturday morning reportedly wounded more than a dozen individuals, with police still in search of the perpetrator of the crime as of Saturday mid-morning.
The Austin Police Department indicated in an early morning tweet that the shooting took place on Austin's 6th Street. Multiple individuals were allegedly transported to area hospitals for treatment of shooting injuries.
At least two victims were in critical condition as of Saturday morning, Interim Police Chief Joseph Chacon said in a news conference earlier in the day.
Chacon said authorities had notified the FBI’s joint terrorism task force of the shooting "out of an abundance of caution."
News, Not Noise
- CDC justified new mask guidance based on vaccine study listed as failing peer review
- Feds exempting some illegal migrants from normal ID requirements on flights
- CDC to drop 'gold standard' COVID test: PCR risks false positives
- Auditors complete their count of Maricopa County's 2020 election ballots
- U.S. gymnast Sunisa Lee wins gold in the gymnastics all-around at the Tokyo Olympics