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Student wounds self with pistol during Kimball High, Dallas ISD says

May 3, 2016 Amarillo No Comments
By AVI SELK Staff Writer A 15-year-old Kimball High School tyro incidentally shot himself in front of his classmates this morning, putting a propagandize on lockdown while relatives wondered how a gun got past a steel detectors —and because a child even had it. A .22-caliber pistol went off in a student’s slot toward a finish of his first-period class, Dallas ISD Police Chief Craig Miller said. The bullet stri

Another El Paso central arrested in purported intrigue scheme

May 3, 2016 Amarillo No Comments
EL PASO, Texas (AP) – Another former El Paso schools central has been indicted by a sovereign grand jury as partial of an purported intrigue scheme. The U.S. attorney’s bureau in San Antonio on Monday announced an complaint opposite James Anderson for swindling to deceive a United States, swindling to dedicate mail fraud, and creation a fake matter to a sovereign investigator. Five other educators face

Good Samaritan perplexing to stop gunman shot passed during Arlington Walgreens

May 3, 2016 Arlington No Comments
A masculine who attempted to stop a gunman during a Walgreens in Arlington was shot and killed Monday morning. Posted:May 02 2016 12:28PM CDT Updated:May 02 2016 09:28PM CDT Good Samaritan perplexing to stop gunman shot passed during Arlington Walgreens [  ] Hide Caption [  ] Show Caption T.J. Antell was shot passed perplexing to stop a gunman during an Arlington Walgreens. [  ] Hid

Report: 559K pounds in unapproved emissions expelled in Corpus Christi – Corpus Christi Caller

By Kirsten Crow of a Caller-Times A new news by environmental groups asserts that malfunctions and upkeep during industrial sites sent 34,000 tons of mostly unapproved emissions into a state’s atmosphere in 2015 — including about 559,000 pounds in a Corpus Christi area. The news by a Environmental Integrity Project and Environment Texas — Breakdowns in Air Quality: Air Pollution from Industri

Texas A&M University to open new campus

May 3, 2016 Laredo No Comments
LAREDO, TEXAS (KGNS) - Texas AM University skeleton to open a new campus that will extend some-more degrees and offer investigate and development. The complement chancellor announced a $150 million investment to launch a RD campus a few miles from a flagship campus. Efforts will concentration on relocating ideas from a laboratory to a marketplace. The prepa

Grisly sum suggested in genocide of mentally-disabled Texas teen

May 3, 2016 Lubbock No Comments
LUBBOCK, Texas — A mentally infirm West Texas teen who told a propagandize workman she had been assimilated by her stepfather was found with her uterus private when authorities detected her physique in her family’s partially burnt home, according to an detain warrant. The mom of a 18-year-old who was found passed in Idalou, northeast of Lubbock, in Feb remained jailed Monday after being arrested final w

Oil Companies Ultra Petroleum, Midstates File for Bankruptcy

May 3, 2016 Garland No Comments
Two some-more publicly traded oil and healthy gas companies, with total debts of some-more than $5.8 billion, filed for section 11 failure insurance in Texas as a attention continues to humour amid stubbornly low prices. Houston’s Ultra Petroleum Corp. and Oklahoma-based Midstates Petroleum Co. alone filed for justice insurance in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Houston. Ultra, that has some $3.8 billion in debt—all

Cheyenne Knight a Low Amateur during LPGA Volunteers of America Texas Shootout

May 3, 2016 Irving No Comments
Print Email Text Alabama’s Cheyenne Knight a Low Amateur during LPGA Volunteers of America Texas ShootoutFreshman cards a 1-under standard to tie for 29th in her initial LPGA appearance Cheyenne Knight May 2, 20


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