Fired Coach's Attorney: He Had Baseball Agenda, Not Political Agenda"As a coach, he was extremely frustrated by having lost good players to failed drug tests. In his frustration, he made a political comment in an email," Mike Jeffcoat's attorney Coby Wooten said in a statement.
TWU Baseball Coach Turns Down Recruit From Colorado: 'You Can Thank Your Liberal Politicians' Texas Wesleyan University head baseball coach Mike Jeffcoat is in potential hot water with the university over the email he sent a recruit from Colorado.
Border Patrol Casts Agent Recruiting Net At Fairs, RodeosCountry Thunder, one of the nation's largest country music festivals, is where U.S. Customs and Border Protection set up a booth as part of an effort to recruit thousands of new agents and officers.
An "Unprecedented Surge" In Dallas Police ApplicationsDays after five police officers were shot and killed, DPD Chief David Brown encouraged demonstrators to "put an application in." Today the department confirmed hoards of people are responding to the call.
Texas A&M Coach Apologizes For Tweets Critical Of Player's ReversalAssistant coach Aaron Moorhead has apologized for a series of tweets about loyalty and accountability he posted soon after a highly touted quarterback recruit announced he was breaking a verbal commitment to the Aggies.
Video Of Plano West H.S. Football Star’s Arrest Not Released After DA Gets InvolvedAfter initially saying he would release the dash camera video of what police describe as a high-speed chase involving a Plano high school football star, Kemp Police Chief Robert Walker said his department will not release it.
Fire Dept. Board Calls Emergency Meeting After More Sex Assault ArrestsThe scandal involving volunteer Ellis County firefighters widens. Two more arrests, of high-ranking officials, were made on Thursday.
Fort Worth Police Recruit Gay Officers With New VideoThe Fort Worth Police Department has launched a new effort to make inroads with the city's gay community.
Trending: First Ice Walk, Rangers Recruiter, Bryant's Big GiveawayNovember 15, 2013
Using Social Media To Snag A New JobA survey from Jobvite -- a recruiting software company -- claims that 92 percent of U.S. companies use social networks and media to find talent in 2012. That number is up from 78 percent just five years ago.