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Texas Veterinarian Fired, Being Investigated For Cat Death

Authorities are investigating whether animal cruelty charges should be pursued against a Texas veterinarian after bragging about killing cat.

CBS 11–23 hours ago

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Hindu Temple Upset And Guard After Temple Vandalized

A Hindu Temple in Lake Highlands is looking at increasing security after vandals covered it in graffiti this week.

CBS 11–23 hours ago

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Electrician Electrocuted At Frisco School Construction Site

Another serious accident at a high school construction site Saturday, this time it happened in Frisco.

24 hours ago

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Remembering West Fertilizer Explosion 2 Years Later

Jeni Janek says she can’t believe two years have passed since the fertilizer plant in West exploded, changing this city of 2800 residents forever.

CBS 11–04/17/2015

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Prayer Service & Candlelight Vigil 2 Years After West Plant Explosion

In West, the community gathered in prayer and held a candlelight vigil to remember the 15 people, mostly firefighters, who died two years ago at 7:51 p.m.

CBS 11–04/17/2015

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Texas Pushes Closer To Licensed Open Carry Of Handguns

Texas moved closer Friday to becoming the most populous state to allow licensed open carry of handguns after Republicans pushed through a key vote in the state House.

04/17/2015

Charles Raymond Sprague (images via Texas Department of Public Safety)

Captured Sex Offender Suspected In Denton Robbery Attempt

A registered sex offender who escaped and was captured in Oklahoma Friday morning is now suspected in an attempted robbery in Denton.

04/17/2015

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Drug Trafficker Sentenced To 27 Years After 1,900 Pounds Of Meth Found

A Mesquite man has been sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison after being caught with a large amount of methamphetamine in his home.

04/17/2015

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State House OKs Bill To Prohibit Fracking Bans

Cities and counties in Texas could no longer prohibit hydraulic fracturing under an oil and gas industry-backed measure overwhelmingly approved by the State House.

04/17/2015

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Mesquite PD Searching For Two Men After Early Morning Robbery

A convenience store clerk was shot during a robbery in Mesquite early Friday morning.

04/17/2015

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Texas Looking Again For Execution Drug Supply

Texas’ prison chief says his agency is continuing the search for a new supply of execution drugs to replenish pentobarbital that will be exhausted again if two lethal injections scheduled over the next two weeks are carried out.

04/17/2015

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Texas Jobless Rate Slips To 4.2 Percent

The state’s unemployment rate slipped to 4.2 percent in March for the seventh straight month of declines. The Texas Workforce Commission announced the figure on Friday.

04/17/2015

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Dallas Comic Con Fan Days 2015

Pop culture fanatics from all across North Texas descended on the Irving Convention Center for the Dallas Comic Con’s annual Fan Days event. Check out what some of them wore to the convention!

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