5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas explosions

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas

Mar 13, 2018 · Here’s what we know about the deadly bombings that have Austin on edge, and the questions that remain unanswered.

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Now we know the explosions could strike anyone. The fourth Austin bombing in less than a month was detonated by a tripwire along a residential street, police said — prompting

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas explosions CNN/Stylemagazine.com Newswire | 3/20/2018, 11:20 a.m.

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas

(CNN) — Now we know the explosions could strike anyone. The fourth Austin bombing in less than a month was detonated by a tripwire along a residential street, police said — prompting fears that

4 bombs, many questions: What we know about Austin

Here’s what we know about the Austin bombings, and the questions that remain unanswered: What we know. Two people have been killed: The first blast killed 39-year-old Anthony Stephan House on March 2.

4 bombs, many questions: What we know about Austin

AUSTIN, Texas — Now we know the explosions could strike anyone. The latest bombing in the Texas capital was detonated by a tripwire along a residential street, police say.

4 bombs, many questions: What we know about Austin explosions

Here’s what we know about the Austin bombings, and the questions that remain unanswered: What we know Two people have been killed: The first blast killed 39-year-old Anthony Stephan House on March 2.

3 bombs, many questions: What we know about Austin box

3 bombs, many questions: What we know about Austin box explosions CNN/Stylemagazine.com Newswire | 3/14/2018, 7:11 a.m. That’s a big reason why a trio of package bombs in the heart of Texas has challenged investigators and terrified a city of almost 1 million people.

Another suspicious package found at FedEx after explosion

5 bombs, many questions: What we know about the Texas explosions. Schertz Police Chief Michael Hansen, speaking Tuesday outside his city’s FedEx facility, said he was confident the package that