Aaron Alexis, 34, has been identified as the deceased shooter at the Washington Navy Yard. (Source: Busted/Fort Worth PD)
Law enforcement officials are investigating why Aaron Alexis opened fire in the Navy Yard in Washington, DC, killing 12 people. Alexis was shot and killed by police.More >> Law enforcement officials are investigating why Aaron Alexis opened fire in the Navy Yard in Washington, DC, killing 12 people. Alexis was shot and killed by police.
A helicopter circles the Navy Yard, which was the scene of a shooting on Monday. (Source: WJLA/CNN) The Washington Navy Yard was the scene of shooting where several people were killed and as many as 10 were wounded.More >> The Washington Navy Yard was the scene of shooting where several people were killed and as many as 10 were wounded.More >>
(RNN) - The FBI released surveillance footage Wednesday showing Aaron Alexis at the Washington Navy Yard moments before the shooting that claimed 12 lives.Copyright 2013 Raycom News Network. All rightsMore >> Aaron Alexis had the phrases "not what yall say," "end to the torment" and "my ELF weapon" etched into the shotgun he used in the Washington Navy Yard shooting.More >> (CNN) – A senior Navy official told CNN it will take six to eight weeks to repair the damage at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC. The Navy expects the FBI to turn building 197 back over to the militaryMore >> Navy says it will be six to eight weeks before reopening the building at the center of Monday's rampage.More >> The Washington Navy Yard, site of Monday's mass shooting that killed 13, including the gunman, remained closed Wednesday as the investigation continued.More >> The mother of Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis told the victims' families she was "so, so very sorry this has happened" in a recorded statement Wednesday.
Although no motive is yet known, details about the suspected gunman's who killed 12 people Monday at the Washington Naval Yard past are slowly coming to light.More >> Aaron Alexis' history of mental health, his military background and his run-ins with law enforcement are surfacing after Monday's Navy Yard shooting.
Former Navy reservist Aaron Alexis killed 12 at the Washington DC Navy Yard before police killed him in a gun battle.More >> On Tuesday, authorities identified the five other people killed by Aaron Alexis in the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard. They ranged in age from 51 to 58 years old.More >>