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Grieving Mother Heartbroken Again: The Statewide Search For A Lost Locket“Oh, my goodness, it was just such a big shock,” said Hilda Ostby, as her eyes instantly filled with tears. “It was a big loss. Like losing something again.”
North Texas College Students, Universities Prepare For Campus CarryThe Campus Carry Law allowing licensed concealed weapons goes into effect August 1.
Texas Attorney General Sues Austin Over City Hall Gun BanThe Texas attorney general has filed suit against Austin, accusing the state capital of violating "open carry" rules by banning guns inside city hall.
Bob Schieffer: 'A Lot Of People Simply Don’t Trust' Clinton“Hillary Clinton’s problem coming into this convention and going out of this convention is to convince the American people that she can be trusted.”
Welcome To Texas: Hand Collection At Baylor Medical CenterBehind the glass cases in the lobby of the George W. Truett Memorial Hospital at the Baylor University Medical Center complex are hundreds of hands-- or more accurately-- the bronze casts of hands belonging to some of the most popular and influential people in the world.
Memorial To Slain Navy Seal Chris Kyle UnveiledCeremonies were held Thursday in Odessa to unveil the granite-and-limestone Chris Kyle Memorial Plaza, which also includes a bronze statue of Kyle. It is a privately funded memorial.
Officer Shoots Suspect Pointing Box Cutter At DeputyThe incident happened at an apartment complex near a gas station at the intersection of Las Vegas Trail and South Normandale Street around 11:55 p.m.
North Texan Found With Homemade Bombs, Machine Gun Gets 10 YearsA Royse City man must serve 10 years in federal prison after a child sex investigation led to more than two dozen homemade bombs.
North Texas Detective Fired For Mishandling Child Abuse CasesA veteran police detective in Fort Worth has been fired after supervisors say he repeatedly mishandled child abuse cases, including failing to arrest a registered sex offender linked to the rape of a young girl.
Texas' Revised Abortion Booklet Criticized As InaccurateThe latest version of a booklet that Texas produces for women considering an abortion suggests medical connections between terminating pregnancies and heightened risks of breast cancer and depression
Police In Hurst & 3 Other Cities Looking For Purse ThiefPolice in Hurst are searching for a female thief who stole a purse from a church employee, and the woman is believed to have struck in several other cities across North Texas.
Hundreds Gather To Remember SMU Officer Swept Away By FloodThe Southern Methodist University police officer missing for more than three weeks is being remembered today. A special memorial service is being held for Officer Mark McCullers.

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