Two suspects have been identified for killing and disposing Vanessa Guillén's body. Guillén's family say she was being sexually harassed by someone in her unit, but never identified or reported the case in fear of retaliation.
Vanessa Guillen’s parents were in Washington, D.C. this past week pushing for a congressional investigation into their daughter’s disappearance before joining protesters in Houston yesterday. @sramosABC has the details.
Mayor Sylvester Turner visited VanessaGuillen's growing memorial at Taqueria Del Sol Saturday. When speaking about the Army Specialist he said, "The City of Houston stands in solidarity with the Guillen family in their grief and in their search for justice."
Group raises awareness about crimes against military women, men in honor of Vanessa Guillen
"My sister is NO JOKE. My sister is a HUMAN BEING. And I want justice. My sister did not do this to herself. Someone did it." Vanessa Guillen's sister gave an emotional plea in the case of her sister's disappearance from Fort Hood.
After remains were found in the search for missing Ft. Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, a family attorney says Army investigators believe she was bludgeoned with a hammer and murdered. Investigators confirmed new arrests in the case Thursday. @cbsmireya has more
Vanessa Guillen told family she was feeling unsafe - then she disappeared.