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Lifelong Efforts Of Fort Worth's Opal Lee Has Juneteenth On Way To Becoming Federal HolidayThe U.S. House joined the Senate on Wednesday, June 16 overwhelmingly voting to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. The bill is now headed to President Biden‘s desk.
Texas Bill On Increased Police Accountability In Honor Of Botham Jean Signed Into LawThe new law, also known as Bo's Law, was named in honor of the Dallas accountant murdered in his own apartment by an off-duty Dallas police officer in 2018.
Feud Between 2 Groups Of Teens Led To Deadly Mass Shooting In Austin, Police SayA deadly weekend mass shooting in Austin’s famed entertainment district arose from a feud between two groups of Central Texas teenagers, according to a police affidavit filed Wednesday.
North Texas Officer Helps Wrangle Snake From Inside Man's Car At Shopping CenterSnakes On A Plane was a 2006 action movie, but snake in a car was a 2021 reality for a McKinney man.
Many States Ending $300 Federal Unemployment Benefits EarlyFederal unemployment benefits worth $300 per week are ending early in half the states. Is yours one of them?
Blue Alert For Suspect Accused Of Shooting North Texas Officer Canceled Due To Complaints From ResidentsA Blue Alert had been issued for Royce Wood, 43, after he allegedly shot a Rhome officer during a traffic stop Sunday evening. He remains on the loose.
Fort Worth ISD Students, Families Will Have To Beat The Heat During Graduation CeremoniesMore school districts are adjusting their graduation because of the extreme heat in North Texas.
Texas Border Wall: Gov. Abbott Signs Letters For Funding, Demanding Land Back From Federal GovernmentThe governor also introduced a website where residents can learn more about the wall and donate to the wall's funding.