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Dallas EMT shot responding to shooting; suspect, other man found dead

Police believe the shooting started as a dispute between the suspect and the gunshot victim, who were neighbors.

Dallas firefighter shot, scene remains active

Dozens of police vehicles are swarming a residential neighborhood near Interstate 30 where the firefighter was shot.

Police officers pay their respects ahead of the funeral for Officer Lorne Ahrens in Plano, Texas, U.S. July 13, 2016. Five officers, including Ahrens, were killed in a shooting incident in Dallas July 7. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Funerals begin for officers slain in Dallas shooting

Services are being held for three of the five police officers killed last week in a sniper-style attack.

Live: Dallas shooting funerals

Separate services are being held Wednesday for three of the five officers killed in last week’s sniper-style attack.

President Obama spoke Tuesday at a memorial service for the five officers who were fatally shot last week.

Obama tells mourning Dallas, ‘We are not so divided’

President Obama urged unity and understanding at a memorial service for the five officers who were fatally shot last week.

Live: Obama to speak in Dallas

President Obama flew to Texas to participate in a memorial for the five officers slain in last week’s sniper-style attack.

5 arrested after firing shots at D.C. officers

The incident follows last week’s killing of five police officers in Dallas.

Dr. Brian H. Williams, a trauma surgeon at Parkland Memorial Hospital, treated some of the Dallas police officers who were shot Thursday night.

Black doctor’s conflict: Saving officers, distrusting police

Expressing regret at the Dallas officers’ deaths, Dr. Brian Williams also gave voice to the intense racial turmoil roiling the country.

A policeman visits a makeshift memorial at the Dallas police headquarters, Monday, July 11, 2016, in Dallas. Five police officers were killed and several injured during a shooting in downtown Dallas last Thursday night. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Funerals to be held this week for 3 of 5 Dallas officers

The Dallas police chief released new details from the investigation into Thursday’s sniper-style attack that left five officers dead.

A man walked by the scene of the Thursday shooting.

Robot used to kill Dallas suspect is still functional

‘‘This wasn’t an ethical dilemma for me,’’ the Dallas police chief said of using a robot-delivered bomb to kill the suspect.

This undated photo posted on Facebook on April 30, 2016, shows Micah Johnson, who was a suspect in the sniper slayings of five law enforcement officers in Dallas Thursday night, July 7, 2016, during a protest over two recent fatal police shootings of black men. An Army veteran, Johnson tried to take refuge in a parking garage and exchanged gunfire with police, who later killed him with a robot-delivered bomb, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said. (Facebook via AP)

Dallas shooter was changed after military service, his family says

The parents of Micah Johnson, who launched a fatal sniper-style attack on police officers last week, were surprised by their son’s violent rampage.

Live: Dallas Police speak

Dallas Police are expected to address the media as details emerge about a sniper-style attack that left five officers dead last week.

Candle tributes to the five slain officers were left in front of Dallas police headquarters.

Dallas shooter taunted police, also planned wider attacks

Micah Johnson laughed at officers, sang, and wrote in his own blood on a wall, the Dallas police chief said.

Law enforcement form a line across Interstate 94 on Saturday in St. Paul, Minn.

Minnesota protest shuts down part of interstate

Police said arrests were made after protesters began throwing fireworks, bottles and rocks at officers in St. Paul.

A police officer was assigned to Columbus Avenue on Friday during a Black Lives Matter event at Make Shift Boston.

In Dallas’s wake, fear among local officers

For police officers, Thursday night’s ambush reverberated in pain and trepidation.

Officers with the Dallas Police Department cordoned off a portion of downtown Dallas Friday following a sniper attack that began the night before.

Police officers confront dual role: villain and victim

Reactions to Thursday’s deadly ambush in Dallas swept through roll-call rooms and squad cars in police departments nationwide.

The scene of the Dallas shooting.

Dallas gun-rights activist says he was defamed by police ID

Mark Hughes attended Thursday’s demonstration against excessive use of force by police as an activist of open-carry.

Dallas police respond after shots were fired during a protest over recent fatal shootings by police in Louisiana and Minnesota, Thursday, July 7, 2016, in Dallas. Snipers opened fire on police officers during protests; several officers were killed, police said. (Maria R. Olivas/The Dallas Morning News via AP)


Dallas Police Department leads the way in de-escalation

How Dallas did it should be a lesson to police forces around the country.

Boston police take pride in strong community relationships

Boston police and community leaders spend evenings on neighborhood streets, walking together for peace.

US President Barack Obama arrived at the NATO Summit, in Warsaw, Poland on Friday.

Obama to visit Dallas next week as city mourns police

The White House says President Barack Obama will cut short his European trip and visit Dallas early next week.

A Dallas police officer observed a moment of silence after putting some flowers on a police car.

Amid Dallas violence, several other police officers shot around the country

Thursday night’s violence wasn’t the only incident in which police officers were shot this week.

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We can all do something to stop this cycle of violence

Peaceful engagement with our civil systems in the only way forward

Rev. Jeff Hood, who helped organize Thursday's protest holds a news conference, Friday, July 8, 2016, in Dallas. Five police officers are dead and several injured following a shooting during what began as a peaceful protest in the city the night before. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)


For Dallas and the nation, the only choice

It is possible to support both the police and the protesters – as a nation, we really have no other choice.

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick.

Texas lieutenant governor calls Dallas protesters ‘hypocrites’

Patrick made the comments on Fox News in the aftermath of a sniper attack that killed five Dallas officers during a protest against recent police shootings.

Photos of Alton Sterling are interspersed with flowers and mementos at a makeshift memorial in front of the Triple S Food Mart in Baton Rouge, La., Thursday, July 7, 2016. Sterling, 37, was shot and killed outside the convenience store by Baton Rouge police, where he was selling CDs. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)


Dallas should not make the nation forget Castile and Sterling

In the heat of instant infernos ignited by intemperate cops, black people are animals until proven human.

The acts of heroism during a deadly night in Dallas

Images and video show officers pulling fallen comrades out of harm’s way, of officers ‘‘running toward gunfire.”

Fatal shootings of police officers have become less common

Between 2010 and 2015, the number of law enforcement officers shot to death in the US each year averaged 53, down from an average of 57 during the 2000s.

Protesters gather outside the governor's residence Thursday, July 7, 2016, in St. Paul, Minn. A police officer fatally shot Philando Castile as a woman in the vehicle apparently livestreamed the aftermath in a widely shared Facebook video. The shooting happened late Wednesday during a traffic stop in the St. Paul suburb of Falcon Heights. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Opinion | Michael P. Jeffries

White supremacy and the black experience

Police violence toward minorities has persisted for generations and little has been done to change that.

A Dallas police officer, who did not wish to be identified, takes a moment as she guards an intersection in the early morning after a shooting in downtown Dallas, Friday, July 8, 2016. Snipers opened fire on police officers in the heart of Dallas during protests over two recent fatal police shootings of black men. (AP Photo/LM Otero)


We need much more than soul searching

The senseless violence in Dallas will make it more difficult to bring about change in police departments.

A crime scene investigator looked at shot-out windows after a shooting in downtown Dallas on Thursday night.

The latest: President Obama orders flags lowered to half-staff

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch also called the Dallas attack an “unfathomable tragedy.”

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Dallas police identify wrong man as shooting suspect

The Dallas Police Department posted a photo of a man carrying a gun, but later determined he was not involved.

Live: Dallas prayer service

A sniper-style attack targeted police Thursday night in downtown Dallas, killing five officers and wounding seven others.

A Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officer cried at the Baylor University Hospital emergency room after the shooting.

Five Dallas officers were killed as payback, police chief says

The gunman turned a demonstration into a scene of chaos and bloodshed.

Brent Thompson (left) and Patrick Zamarripa were killed in the Dallas attacks.

Dallas officers shot to death include newlywed, Iraq veteran

The stories of the officers gunned down in a sniper attack emerged Friday.

Micah Johnson.

Dallas shooting suspect identified as Micah Johnson

The 25-year-old served in the Army Reserve and did one tour of duty in Afghanistan.

Police, politicians across New England show support for Dallas police

Police departments and other officials across New England are showing support for the Dallas police department after a sniper-style attack left five officers dead.

Graphic: What’s known about the Dallas shooting

A sniper attack targeted police officers during a peaceful protest in downtown Dallas Thursday night.

Police and others gather at the emergency entrance to Baylor Medical Center in Dallas, where several police officers were taken after shootings Thursday, July 7, 2016.. (AP Photo/Emily Schmall)

Dallas shooting: What we know so far

A protest over two recent fatal police shootings of black men in the country had been peaceful until shots rang out Thursday night.

Hillary Clinton (left) and Donald Trump.

Clinton, Trump cancel political events after Dallas attack

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both called off political events Friday, hours after five police officers were killed in Texas.

A Dallas police officer covers his face as he stands with others outside the emergency room at Baylor University Medical Center, Friday, July 8, 2016, in Dallas. Snipers opened fire on police officers in the heart of Dallas on Thursday night, killing some of the officers. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Dallas shooting the deadliest attack on law enforcement since 9/11

Five officers were killed and at least seven more wounded when shots rang out Thursday.

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Dallas transit agency identifies first victim as 43-year-old officer

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency has identified the first victim in the Dallas shooting as Officer Brent Thompson, 43.

Police cars sit on Main Street in Dallas following the sniper shooting during a protest on July 7, 2016.

Mom shot in Dallas protest by snipers while shielding her sons, sister says

A protester who was shot when snipers opened fire on police at a rally in Dallas was shielding her sons when she was injured.

Dallas police chief says negotiations underway at parking garage

Authorities are negotiating with an uncooperative suspect in a downtown parking garage who has been firing at officers.

Bystanders run for cover after shots fired at a Black Live Matter rally in downtown Dallas on Thursday, July 7, 2016. Dallas protestors rallied in the aftermath of the killing of Alton Sterling by police officers in Baton Rouge, La. and Philando Castile, who was killed by police less than 48 hours later in Minnesota. (Smiley N. Pool/The Dallas Morning News)

Before gunfire, Dallas officers, protesters were posing for photos together

When shots rang out in Dallas Thursday night, a peaceful protest was turned into a scene of chaos.

Dallas police responded after shots were fired at a Black Lives Matter rally in downtown Dallas on Thursday.

Videos show chaotic scene in Dallas

Shots were fired at a protest in Dallas Thursday night, and many captured the chaos on video posted to social media.