My first Google brings up this item, from 2010:
Police: Houston area bank standoff ends, all hostages safeand this in 2007 isn't that hard to turn up either:
The Johnson Space Center shooting was an incident of hostage taking that occurred on April 20, 2007 in Building 44, the Communication and Tracking Development Laboratory, at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas, United States.and 10 years before that:
Police were negotiating with a gunman who was holding an unidentified number of adults and children hostage Wednesday evening at a day care center in Plano, Texas.(concealed carry seems to have started there in 1995, by the way.)
Oh, and here's another one, from 2012:
"This guy was driving crazy, and he was shooting, and we were shooting, and people were ducking under cars," Singletary said.How about 2013?:
After the driver wrecked his car, he got out, ran into a building and took several people hostage, Stephens said. The suspect eventually surrendered to police, she said.
Authorities shot and killed a gunman who took a woman hostage from a Central Texas department store and fled with her, leading police on a chase through multiple counties.Gee, get this starting to get boring now: from 2011:
Gunman beat, tried to rape victim in hostage situationOK, one more time, from 2012, and I think we can agree: if the Senator loves concealed carry so much, he should move to the States where he can spend his time fondling his weapon to his heart's content:
TEMPLE, Texas A hostage situation inside Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple ended in gunfire Sunday evening.