The building that houses police at Love Field will be named after Sgt. Michael Smith, one of the five police officers killed in an ambush in Downtown Dallas five years ago.
Five years ago today, a man with a military-style rifle opened fire on a peaceful protest, targeting and killing five police officers. The city of Dallas honored those officer.
With the upcoming fifth anniversary of the July 7 ambush, families of the fallen officers hope the public continues to remember the sacrifice that law enforcement officers make when they make the pledge to protect and serve.
On July 7, 2016, a man began shooting during what had been a peaceful civil rights march through Downtown Dallas. He killed five police officers.
Tuesday marks four years since a gunman killed five police officers in Downtown Dallas.
Dozens of police officers made Senior Night memorable for a North Texas high school volleyball player who lost her dad.
The City of Dallas now has a permanent monument to the five police officers who killed in the downtown Dallas ambush three years ago.
It’s been three years since a gunman killed five police officers in Downtown Dallas.
Officials are set to unveil a sculpture honoring five police officers killed in an attack in downtown Dallas three years ago.