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Gov. Abbott Orders Texas National Guard To Help Make Arrests At Southern BorderGovernor Greg Abbott sent a letter Tuesday to the Texas National Guard, ordering guardsmen to assist the Texas Department of Public Safety with arresting individuals for state charges related to the border crisis. Katie Johnston reports.
Teen Murder Suspect Cristian Gonzalez Planned To Flee To Mexico, Confesses To Killing Felix Rios InsteadA tip from the family of Felix Rios, 21, about the teenager accused of killing him, Cristian Gonzalez, led to the 17-year-old's arrest. Katie Johnston reports.
SEC Announces Texas, Oklahoma Have Submitted Formal Requests To Join ConferenceThe wheels are now fully in motion for Texas and Oklahoma to depart the Big 12 and join the SEC. Katie Johnston reports.
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Former President Trump Endorses Ken Paxton To Be Re-Elected As Texas Attorney General"Ken has my Complete and Total Endorsement for another term as Attorney General of Texas. He is a true Texan who will keep Texas safe—and will never let you down," Trump said in a statement.
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Dangerously Hot Temperatures In North TexasThe triple-digit temps are here and sticking around.
Mac's Bar-B-Que Closes Doors After 66 Years In DallasThe closing had nothing to do with Covid-19 or the worker shortage. Billy McDonald said it’s just time.
Retired Dallas Firefighter And Daughter-In-Law Both Die Of COVID-19 On SaturdayRetired Lt. Randy Luper, who came from a family of firefighters, died of COVID-19 Saturday, July 24 along with his daughter-in-law after multiple family members became infected.
Plano Man Found Dead On Beach In Puerto RicoThe family says a tourist found the 36-year-old’s body – naked and beaten – on an island beach about an hour from mainland Puerto Rico.
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