he second day of deliberations in the case against Christopher Revill wrapped up quickly. Just after 10:00 a.m. the panel found him guilty of the aggravated kidnapping of Typhenie Johnson.

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Arlington Police: Bust After Truck Inspection Nets Pounds Of Weed, Weapons And CashIt started with the inspection of a commercial truck in Arlington and ended with at least one arrest and the confiscation of more than a dozen pounds of marijuana. Curtis Silva reports.
Married Off-Duty Kentucky Officers Stop Robbery, Chase Suspect During Date NightFor two married off-duty officers in Kentucky, their date night was anything but ordinary. Curtis Silva reports.
Tribute Concert For Selena To Be Held In San Antonio In MayA concert honoring the life and legacy of Tejano singer Selena, who was killed nearly 25 years ago, will be held in San Antonio this May, her family announced Tuesday. Curtis Silva reports.
Police Chase In Bedford Ends With Suspect Shot, Officer InjuredA man was shot and injured by a Bedford officer after authorities said he made threats toward police after a short chase early Wednesday morning. An officer was also injured during the incident.
CBS 11 News Now: Wednesday MorningCheck out what's making the headlines across North Texas this Wednesday morning.
Frisco Runners Come Together To Support Jogger Who Was AttackedEarlier this week a woman was attacked while running on a trail in Frisco, today several running groups united to show support for that victim and educate each other about safety.
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7-Year-Old Girl Wows SMU Basketball Audience With National Anthem PerformanceSeven-year-old Lila Tran wowed attendees at an SMU basketball game with her performance of the National Anthem.
More Rain Wednesday Especially In The EveningA couple more days of showers are in store but the sunshine will return to North Texas by Friday!
Online Petition Aims To Keep 'Leaning Tower Of Dallas' Right Where It IsAccording to the change.org petition, keeping the building would prevent more overpriced housing, it adds character and because of all the memes.
Boy Scouts Of America Seeks To Boost Support For Abuse VictimsThe Boy Scouts are teaming up in a five-year partnership with 1in6, a national nonprofit that provides various resources and support services to male survivors of sexual abuse.
Government Crimestoppers To Give Tipsters Up To $5K For Reporting Fraud At Dallas Magnet SchoolsA Texas-based organization could give tipsters up to $5,000 for reporting admissions fraud at Dallas magnet schools.
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UT Arlington Men's Basketball Team Creates Bond With 7-Year-Old Battling Cancer"He always has a smile on his face. You can never have a bad day when Jaxon's around," said UTA guard McCade Marquis.
Plano Church Offers Free, Fancy Prom DressesThe idea of the 12th annual St. Andrew Prom Closet is to make sure the price tag doesn’t sideline any Cinderellas. Instead, they pick the dress, shoes, and accessories free of charge.
Former Lewisville Detective Named Director Of Security For Catholic Diocese Of Fort WorthMichael Short's hiring is meant to ensure Bishop Michael Olson's directive to strengthen security and safety at the Diocese's parishes and schools continues to move forward in the wake of recent attacks against religious communities.
Boy Scouts Seek To Boost Support For Abuse VictimsFacing a possible bankruptcy due to sex-abuse litigation, the Boy Scouts of America issued a new apology Tuesday to survivors of abuse and announced plans for expanded services to support them.
Dallas Homeowners Hard Hit By Tornado Face Fines For Not Cleaning UpIn the coming days, more than 100 residents who appear to be violating code will receive letters in the mail asking them to take steps to address the issues.
Water System Maintenance To Impact Smell, Taste For Murphy ResidentsDuring the month of March, Murphy residents may detect a slight difference in the taste and smell of their water, according to the Public Works Superintendent.

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