6:05 AM PT -- 5/25 -- The Texas Department of Public Safety is now saying at least 19 children and 2 teachers are dead after a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday.
4:19 PM PT -- Texas Senator Roland Gutierrez just confirmed to CNN that 18 children and 3 adults were killed in the shooting. The Senator says the shooter's grandmother is still alive but in critical condition.
3:25 PM PT -- Senator Chris Murphy just begged his colleagues on both sides of the political aisle to come together and figure out a way to help reduce the number of mass shootings in the country.
Murphy pleaded they find some sort of common ground to come up with a solution for stricter gun control, saying no parent should have to worry about sending their kid to school.
1:50 PM PT -- Gov. Abbott says the shooter was an 18-year-old student at the local high school. The shooter reportedly killed his grandmother first, then went to the school and opened fire before barricading himself in a room. He was killed by responding officers.
A nightmare is unfolding in Texas as another mass shooting is being reported -- this time at an elementary -- where at least 14 children and one teacher have been killed.
Reports out of Uvalde, Texas say a gunman first opened fire near Robb Elementary School before running inside the building. Once inside, he allegedly barricaded himself inside a classroom where the shooting continued.
The elementary school mass shooting comes just 10 days after 10 people were killed and 3 other people were injured when an 18-year-old opened fire. Gendron's attack was racially motivated, declaring himself a white supremacist and carrying a Bushmaster XM-15 rifle with "n*****" and other racist references written in sharpie on the gun.
It's currently unclear who the shooter at Robb Elementary is, but they're reportedly dead as well.