‘We all live in this state of fear constantly': Central Texas LGBTQ organizations react to Colorado Springs shooting

COPPERAS COVE, Texas (KWTX) - The Colorado Springs shooting is leaving ripples in Central Texas after a gunman with a long rifle killed five at Clu...

November 26, 2022
1:10 AM

COPPERAS COVE, Texas (KWTX) - The Colorado Springs shooting is leaving ripples in Central Texas after a gunman with a long rifle killed five at Club Q, a gay nightclub.'It was kind of a shock,' Nikki Reazola said. 'We sat on the phone for a few minutes just letting it sink in.'On Sunday night Nikki and her wife Guadalupe Reazola turned their business, the Bookstore Barber Salon, into a safe space for tough discussions on LGBTQ experiences.They hosted a candlelight vigil in partnership with the Central Texas Pride Community Center to honor the lives lost in Colorado Springs.

Alex Fulton