UVALDE, Texas – Nearly a year has passed since the tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, where 19 fourth-grade students and two teachers became victims of the deadliest school shooting in Texas history.
Since May 24, 2022, families have leaned on each other in grief. They have joined a growing community of people affected by gun violence and have pleaded for gun reform, all while honoring the lives of their children, sisters, brothers and mothers.
In a project dedicated to one year after the shooting, KSAT spoke with families, survivors, policymakers and residents about their loss and recovery.
On Wednesday, May 24, at 9 p.m., KSAT will air “One Year In: Uvalde,” a special tribute honoring victims’ legacies and highlighting their families’ unwavering pursuit of change and accountability.
KSAT was in Uvalde when Gov. Greg Abbott reported the unspeakable tragedy: 21 people killed.
Our reporters and photographers have traveled there every week for the past year to document investigations, school board meetings, birthdays, tributes and progress from Lives Robbed, a group formed by parents of victims.
“One Year In: Uvalde” is dedicated to telling the story of the Uvalde community one year after the tragedy changed its identity forever.
KSAT will also publish an interactive narrative to supplement the special.