The community of Tucson keeps healing. The supermarket where last Saturday's deadly shooting spree happened is back open for business. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords remains in critical condition, but she is making more progress.
Tears flowed just before a moment of silence was held at the exact time a gunman opened fire at the Safeway grocery store last week. The supermarket reopened Saturday morning for the first time since the attack.
Regular customer, Susan Sky got a hug from an employee as she bought flowers to lay outside at a growing memorial.
"I thought I was ok. And I walked into Safeway. And an administrator walked up to me and said how are you doing? I just started crying. Just broke me open," says Sky.
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was the intended target of the attack as she held a town meeting at the store. She keeps improving here at University Medical Center. Doctors replaced a breathing tube which frees her from a respirator.
Pima Community College released this video made by the shooting suspect- Jared Loughner.
His rambling remarks about what he calls "his genocide school" got him suspended after he posted the video to You Tube in September.
The community said goodbye to one of the 6 victims Saturday.
Phyllis Schneck-- who lived a few miles from the supermarket- was laid to rest.
Little league teammates of the youngest victim, 9 year old Christina Green, signed up for the next season at the same church where her funeral was held. Their uniforms will have this patch with her initials.
John Ward, Christina's Coach says, "It will be a source of inspiration. It will be a constant reminder."
Now teams across the country are asking for hundreds of patches as a national symbol of unity and healing.
You can see the full video Loughner shot at latimes.com.
One of the shooting victims, Eric Fuller, was arrested this afternoon at a town hall meeting that was to be shot for ABC News for causing a disturbance.