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Railroad Inspector Tremelle Sykes Charged With Lying About Inspections In TexasAn inspector, assigned to inspect northeast Texas railroads and shippers for compliance, is facing charges for lying about inspections that never actually occurred.
Detectives Seek More Potential Victims Of Sexual Predator Who Took Women 'Ghost Hunting'San Jacinto County and Montgomery County Detectives are searching for potential victims of former reserve Texas Peace Officer David Lynn Turner, who's facing two counts of sexual assault. 
Tarrant County DA Declines To Seek Death Penalty For Man Accused In 1974 Killing Of TeenOn May 6 prosecutors in Fort Worth said they wouldn’t seek the death penalty against the now 78-year-old man accused of abducting, torturing, and killing teenager Carla Walker in 1974.
Even A Texas Twister Won't Stop The Show At A 70 Year Old Drive-In Theatre In GranburyDespite damage from a recent tornado, the owner of the 70-year-old Brazos Drive-In Theatre in Granbury says the show must go on.
Police: Dozens Of People Found Inside Big Rig At Texas Truck Stop DetainedMore than two dozen people were found inside a big rig that was stopped near San Antonio, including one person who was taken to a hospital.
Voting Restriction Bill Touted By Texas Republicans Passes Key House VoteEarly Friday morning, after a long night of votes and debates, the Texas House advance a pared down version of Senate Bill 7. The vote puts America's biggest red state closer to imposing new voting restrictions.
Working From Home Is Exposing Us To Another Type Of Virus: CybercrimeAccording to the FBI’s internet crime report, complaints rose 69% from 2019 to 2020. Money loss jumped around $700 million, from $3.5 billion to $4.2 billion.
Immigration Conversation Between Former President George W. Bush, Dirk Nowitzki And Mark Cuban Airs At Dallas Mavericks GameThe game on Thursday, May 6, featured a special halftime roundtable discussion that had a decidedly pro-immigration tone.