Trial begins for Arlington man accused of killing family of three
Area students head back to class
Nelson is finalist for state superintendent award
LISD Superintendent A. Marcus Nelson is among the five state finalists for the annual Superintendent of the Year award.
Beilue: Behind the Bucket - Webb battles ALS with faith, humor
amarillo.com / Wed, 27 Aug 2014 22:51:55 +0000
It may seem odd for a man of deep faith battling an incurable disease to start off each morning with a conversation with the devil, but let Jerry Webb explain.
“Every day I decide am I going to be depressed, or am I going to be happy?” Webb said. “I meet with the devil every morning and I tell him to take the anxiety, the fear, the anger, the depression, put them in your pocket and get the heck out of my house. I’m going to spend the day with the Lord and be happy.”
Marshall HS class of 1979 looking for classmates
The Marshall High School Class of 1979 is planning a reunion for October, and is looking for classmates.
Fort Worth police looking for older, thin bank robber
Dancing for Delci
In 2012, Delci Cerda remained alongside her younger sister, Maira Gonzalez, for four days as Gonzalez dealt with complications from childbirth. Now, little sis is paying her back.
Wiley College student plans pool party with purpose
Clayton Davis knows what it is like to need “stuff” for school, so the graduating senior at Wiley College has planned a fundraising party to help get school supplies for community children.
There are 43 quintillion ways to solve the challenging Rubik’s Cube, but one UISD student found a way in one minute and 12 seconds.
Police, DPS to enhance patrol in preparation for holiday weekend
East Texas law enforcement agencies are ramping up their patrols this week for the Labor Day holiday in an effort to deter people from driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Man gets jail for drugs
A man who attempted to smuggle 15 kilograms of cocaine through a Border Patrol checkpoint south of Hebbronville was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Laredo to 37 months in prison.
Lawsuit seeks $40M for death
LAREDO — A vague policy allowed Border Patrol agents to use deadly force to shoot an unarmed Mexican man on the banks of the Rio Grande two years ago, the man’s family alleged in a lawsuit Wednesday.
Hallsville adds $5,000for council training
HALLSVILLE — The Hallsville City Council agreed Wednesday to spend $5,000 in next year’s budget on alderman training.
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