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Man Gets Life Sentence In Texas 'Stand Your Ground' RetrialA jury has sentenced a Houston-area man to life in prison for killing his neighbor during an argument over loud music.
Two People Hospitalized, 3 Pets Dead After Irving House FireAt least two people were sent to the hospital and several pets died after a fire broke out inside an Irving home on Tuesday night.
9-Year-Old Survives After Car Pins Him To Wall, Mom ThankfulA 9-year-old boy is in serious condition after a car struck him this weekend at Firewheel Mall in Garland.
Mother Fights Breast Cancer While PregnantThis Thanksgiving holiday one local mother and elementary school teacher says she has plenty to be thankful for after battling breast cancer while pregnant.
Video: Police Follow Pig On The Loose In Texas NeighborhoodPolice in the Austin area can really say they bring home the bacon. And they have the video of a pig pursuit, to prove it.
Cleburne Police Officer Arrested For DWIGrandview Police arrested Cpl. Brandon Arriola on Monday.
Texas Teacher's Aide Accused Of Hitting Student With BatA 61-year-old Central Texas junior high teacher's aide is jailed on an aggravated-assault charge accused of hitting a student with a small bat.
Mother, Boyfriend Charged In Death Of Toddler Burned In OvenA Houston mother and her boyfriend were charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old daughter, who was severely burned inside an oven when she and her three young siblings were left home alone, police announced Tuesday.
Doctors: High Cost Of Drugs Out Of ControlThe price of medicine is out of control and according to many doctors and pharmacists, it may take an act of congress to rein in the prices.
Governor Abbott To Lead Business Development Mission To CubaThis will be Governor Abbott’s second international business development trip since taking office.
Ex-Bricklayer's Union Employee Admits Embezzling From GroupA former employee of the Bricklayer's International Union, Local 5, has pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $161,000 from a trust fund used to train future union members. The union represented brick layers and trowel trade workers in Texas.
Pesky Invasive Plant Turns Up In Another East Texas WaterwayAn invasive plant that can clog boat motors, block sunlight from lakes and affect aquatic life has turned up in another East Texas waterway, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department announced Tuesday.
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