The Justice Department will release a report on the Uvalde school shooting failures.

Officers took over an hour to confront and kill the gunman in the Texas massacre.

Nineteen students and two teachers were killed in one of the deadliest school shootings.

Uvalde, a small Texas town, eagerly awaits the Justice Department's report.

Attorney General Garland visited Uvalde, meeting families and discussing the upcoming report.

Families anticipate validation of their belief in the police's abysmal failure.

Former Uvalde Mayor requested the review due to conflicting accounts of the incident.

A Texas lawmakers' report blamed police for "egregiously poor decision-making."

Body camera footage revealed police waiting outside classrooms during the shooting.

Multiple officers lost their jobs, and lawsuits against the city and officials are pending.