A manhunt is underway after a suspected gunman left two dead in a home about 100 miles east of Dallas. The victims were identified Timothy Laban Owens, 39, and Ashley Quinn, 25. The Palestine Police Department says a third person at the home during the shootings called 9-1-1.
A federal appeals court has agreed to consider an appeal from a 48-year-old East Texas man on death row for the 2002 slaying of his 2-year-old daughter.
Police in Palestine are trying to determine what prompted a double shooting early Wednesday. The victims told officers that they were shot while at a nearby residence.
Home from a war zone, a North Texas firefighter explains why he volunteers his time in Israel.
Nissim Sean Carmeli from South Padre Island was a sergeant in the Israel Defense Forces. He moved to Israel four years ago and joined the Israeli army after finishing high school there.
Dissent continues among some students and alumni from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. The mix in opinions is over a devout Muslim student who has been allowed to be a doctoral student in the Archeology program.
Oak Farms Dairy has renewed their $10,000 reward in the murder case of Marianne Wilkinson, a North Richland Hills woman who was shot at her front door in December 2007.
Even though Israel is thousands of miles away, 200 people gathered at the Jewish Community Center in Dallas to show how close they are to the people of that country.
Gov. Rick Perry has written to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying he’s “deeply saddened” to see his country “once again under siege by Hamas forces firing rockets and mortars.”
An accident left a former prom queen from Palestine High School with permanent brain damage. She was awarded $8 million, but an appeals court overturned a key part of the verdict.
Mitt’s terrible foreign trip isn’t just bad press and a campaign stumble. In diplomacy gaffes, missteps, and offenses have real consequences for our national security and the peace and stability of the world.
The groups who raised the flag – The Sons of Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy say that was not their intent.