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Investigators schedule update on Austin bombings

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Federal and local law enforcement officials have scheduled a late afternoon news conference to provide updates in the investigation into a series of package bombs that killed two..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

Austin bombings put police squad under emotional strain

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — After a 16-hour workday investigating the Austin bombings, police Lt. Courtney Renfro arrived home to find Amazon packages on his doorstep. Renfro paused, even though he had..
Seattle Times

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Offciials say investigation into Austin bombings may take months [Video]Offciials say investigation into Austin bombings may take months

Officials in Austin, Texas discuss whether to release taped confessions from serial bomber Mark Conditt to the general public. No reporter narration.

Rumble -   01:09

Authorities Release Austin Bomb Investigation Documents [Video]Authorities Release Austin Bomb Investigation Documents

Authorities on Monday released an affidavit used to support an arrest warrant for suspect Mark Conditt. Investigators used bomb evidence, video surveillance, interviews and phone records to chart a..

CBS 11 Dallas -   00:47

Austin Bomber Referred To Himself As Austin Bomber Referred To Himself As "Psychopath", No Remorse

Days after the Austin bomber blew himself up as police closed in, investigators are no closer to answering the question nearly everyone in the community is asking: Why? Investigators searching for a..

Wochit News -   00:37

Austin bomb suspect called himself a 'psychopath' - Congressman [Video]Austin bomb suspect called himself a 'psychopath' - Congressman

A Texas congressman who viewed a confession tape says the man blamed for the deadly Austin bombing spree showed no remorse for his actions. Nathan Frandino reports.

Reuters Studio -   01:19

Austin bomb suspect called self a 'psychopath,' congressman says [Video]Austin bomb suspect called self a 'psychopath,' congressman says

A U.S. congressman says the Texan blamed for the deadly Austin bombing spree showed no remorse in a confession he taped before blowing himself up. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Reuters Studio -   00:40

News Now: Students Marching, DFW Growing [Video]News Now: Students Marching, DFW Growing

Students across the country will march tomorrow to bring awareness about school shootings and gun control legislation. Plus, the Census Bureau says that North Texas is the fastest growing metropolitan..

CBS 11 Dallas -   07:30


Anatomy of a Bomb Investigation: Inside an A.T.F. Lab

At a secure facility outside Washington, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is examining evidence from the deadly Austin bombings.

Fallout of Austin bombings exposes racial tensions, Russian bots and media distrust

Following a string of bombings in Austin early in March, the capital of the state of Texas has been plunged into national debates over race, media and foreign interference.
France 24

Center shares crime intelligence with Nebraska agencies

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A center is vetting and sharing federal and local intelligence with Nebraska law enforcement agencies on crime trends and terrorism in cases such as the Austin bombings this..
Seattle Times

Austin bombing suspect labeled ‘domestic terrorist’ by interim police chief

Austin bombings suspect Mark Anthony Conditt was labeled a “domestic terrorist” by the city’s police chief on Thursday.

Austin bombings revive trauma of deadly mail bombs in Alabama nearly 30 years ago

Judge Robert S. Vance was at his kitchen table on Dec. 16, 1989, when he opened a package that had been mailed to his home. The bomb hidden inside exploded with brutal force, killing Vance instantly..
L.A. Times

'To Us, It's Very Much Racial': Bombings Highlight Austin's '2 Cities'

Three of the Austin bombings occurred in East Austin, a historically black and Latino part of the city. Susana Almanza, community organizer and lifelong resident, talks gentrification in the area.

Why People Are Reluctant To Call The Austin Bomber A Terrorist

The suspect in the Austin bombings has been described as "troubled" by both police and the media. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to NPR Code Switch reporter Gene Demby about why people seem reluctant to..

Were the Austin Bombings Acts of Terrorism? Why Law Enforcement Says No

A police chief’s comment about the suspected bomber ignited a debate about who should be considered a terrorist.

The Latest: Police release Austin bomber's 2nd roommate

PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the investigation of the Austin bombings (all times local):5:10 p.m.Authorities have released the second roommate of Austin bombing suspect Mark..
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In Austin Bombings, Investigators Sift Through Clues, Looking for the Why

Investigators tried to determine what had motivated Mark Conditt to go on a bombing spree that killed two and terrorized Austin for weeks.

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