On Thursday night, media outlets reported several shots fired at a protest in Dallas over the week's fatal police shootings of black men.
During the protest, local news outlets showed video of protesters scattering after gunfire broke out. There was no word on how many injuries there were initially, while police and security officers already on the scene began a search for the shooter.
Fox News reported that two police officers were shot, but their condition was unknown as of late Thursday evening and police were negotiating with a suspect in the shooting. Later that night, Fox News was told that the officers who were shot were with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), and one of the officers had died while three were injured. The DART Twitter account confirmed the news.