Norwalk community honors victims of Texas school shooting with vigil

As the fierce debate rages on over how and if the Texas school shooting could have been prevented, local communities in Connecticut are coming together to honor the victims.
A vigil was held on the town green in Norwalk Wednesday for the victims of the shooting.
Parents in Norwalk say they are feeling a bitter pain of yet another senseless shooting in this country.
Just one week ago, this community gathered after the racially motivated shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York killed people.
Residents were emotional when they spoke of demanding change. They want stronger background checks and the outright ban of assault-style weapons.
Connecticut schools had heightened security Wednesday, and Mayor Harry Rilling announced a plan to have a police officer at every school in the city until the end of the school year, after many parents reached out with concerns about safety.