Texas-Raised Country Singer Doug Supernaw Passes Away At 60 After Cancer BattleCountry singer Doug Supernaw, who had hits in the early ’90s with “I Don’t Call Him Daddy,” and “Reno,” died on Friday, Nov. 13 in Texas.
Catholic Priest Accused Of Groping Texas Woman During Last RitesThe woman reported Rev. Gerold Langsch first anointed her chest with holy water, then began to apply lotion, massaging a breast, pinching a nipple and asking "Does that feel good?"
Purdue Fan Who Inspired Millions While Fighting Cancer Laid To RestHundreds of dignitaries, sports figures and other people attended the funeral for Purdue University superfan and cancer activist Tyler Trent on Tuesday.
Purdue Super Fan Who Inspired With Fight Against Cancer DiesTyler Trent, a Purdue University student and college football super fan who inspired many with his battle against cancer, died Tuesday.
16 Texans Charged in $60 Million Medicare Fraud SchemeA federal grand jury had indicted 16 Texans for their part in a healthcare fraud scheme. The indictment alleges that over four years, a company fraudulently billed Medicare and Medicaid for $60 million.
Young Texas Bride To Marry H.S. Sweetheart Before Entering HospiceIn sickness and health – they are marriage vows that many consider sacred and two North Texas high school sweethearts have already taken them… even though they won't tie the knot until next month.
Songs For The Dying: Hospice Choirs Provide Peace, ComfortThe singers enter single file, taking slow, deliberate steps as they intone a soft melody. The all-volunteer a cappella groups sing, when invited, at the bedsides of the elderly and terminally ill in hospitals, nursing homes and private homes.