Texas National Guard
A spokeswoman says about 20 members of the Texas National Guard are on the scene of a Central Texas fertilizer plant explosion working to help first responders.
Members of the Texas National Guard are in Dallas today, taking the “war on drugs” to the streets as part of Operation Crackdown, a mission they have been carrying out since 1993.
How Texas veterans apply for benefits and the quality of mental health care they receive will be under the microscope in the state Senate.
Hundreds of family members gathered Father’s Day Sunday to say goodbye to their loves ones before they deployed for active duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
You could think of it as fighting fire with fire. For nearly 20 years cities across the country have taken assets confiscated from criminal activity and used the proceeds to battle or dismantle current illegal activity. Case in point — today’s demolition of nearly 50 abandoned houses in Dallas.
The men and women of the Texas National Guard’s Alpha Troop leave from Seagoville at 1 p.m. Friday.
A Texas National Guard Unit based in Denton is hours away from being deployed. The goodbyes began as the soldiers and their families prepared for the deployment.
The Texas National Guard has been called in to help Dallas get rid of known drug houses, and the guard’s first assignment Thursday was on South Lancaster, one block away from an elementary school.
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