Texas mall shooting victims include guard, young sisters

DALLAS (AP) — The eight people killed when a gunman opened fire at a mall near Dallas over the weekend represent a multicultural cross-section of the area’s increasingly diverse suburbs. They include two elementary-age sisters, grades two and four; their mother was in critical condition. Also killed Saturday at Allen Premium Outlets were three members of a Korean American family, a couple and their son; another son was wounded in the attack and still in the hospital. Another victim was a 20-year-old security guard at the sprawling outdoor mall who previously worked at a clothing store there.