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Remains found in western Ohio sent to Texas for analysis

February 6, 2016 Amarillo No Comments
CELINA, Ohio (AP) — Human fundamental stays found nearby Grand Lake St. Marys in western Ohio have been sent to Texas for research after initial contrast on DNA justification yielded usually a prejudiced profile. WDTN-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1VVULMW ) Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey pronounced a state Bureau of Investigation was means to get a prejudiced profile, though wasn’t means to brand a

North Fort Worth residents told they need to boil daub water

February 6, 2016 Amarillo No Comments
Residents of North Forth Worth, Tx., received a notice from a city in a early hours of this morning revelation them to boil daub H2O for during slightest dual minutes, or collect bottled H2O from a circuitously glow hire instead. Unlike a H2O predicament in Flint, a emanate does not seem to be associated to lead leeching out of pipes, though rather a complement disaster that might have left H2O infested with bacte

Catholic leaders: El Paso true to accept pope blessing

February 6, 2016 Amarillo No Comments
Papal travel By Associated Press February 2, 2016 EL PASO, Texas — Roman Catholic leaders in El Paso, Texas, contend those attending a Sun Bowl telecast of Pope Francis’ Mass in adjacent Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, will share in a pope blessing to be bestowed in Juarez. About 50,000 worshippers are approachin

Arlington preemie innate in North Dakota creates it behind to Texas

February 6, 2016 Arlington No Comments
An Arlington integrate whose son was innate 4 months early during a Christmas vacation to North Dakota got another warn this week — an astonishing family reunion in Fort Worth. Crystal and Christopher Russell suspicion that their son Wyatt, who was innate Dec. 26 weighing only 1 pound, 5 ounces, would have to stay in a Bismarck, N.D., sanatorium until April, as he gained weight and strength. But on Monday, Crysta

South Texas Gardener: Compost Tea

February 6, 2016 Corpus Christi No Comments
As partial of their Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, a American Red Cross volunteers worked in teams going doorway to doorway Saturday morning making certain everybody had a operative fume alarm in their home. Article source: http://www.kiiitv.com/story/31156527/south-texas-gardener-compost-tea

Richardson man’s dog falls plant to uptick in bobcat activity

February 6, 2016 Plano No Comments
This print was posted by a Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas, who warned readers to keep tighten watch over their pets. They pronounced it was taken in a Cascades area in The Colony and common with them. (Photo: Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas/Facebook) RICHARDSON — A intolerable picture of 3 bobcats perch

Heroin trafficker in South Texas gets 32 years in jail – KCBD

February 6, 2016 Laredo No Comments
LAREDO, Texas (AP) – A convicted drug trafficker from Laredo has been condemned to 32 years in jail for assisting filch heroin from Mexico into Texas. Juan Pablo Contreras was condemned Friday in sovereign justice in Laredo. The 43-year-old Contreras progressing pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy-related counts. Federal prosecutors contend Contreras would buy heroin indiscriminate from Mexico and discharge it

Baby Survives Crash That Killed Mother, Grandparents

February 6, 2016 Grand Prairie No Comments
Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter GRAND PRAIRIE (CBS 11) — A distressing detriment for a North Texas family — a pile-up on a President George Bush Turnpike that killed a new mom and her parents. Carolyn Adkison and her father Nick had yearned for a baby for a prolonged time. Their pastor, Bennie Leonard, distinguished with them after Keira’s birth final June. “Had been a flattering prolonged tour for

Remains found in western Ohio sent to Texas for analysis

February 6, 2016 Brownsville No Comments
Posted: Saturday, Feb 6, 2016 9:33 am | Updated: 1:01 pm, Sat Feb 6, 2016. Remains found in western Ohio sent to Texas for analysis Associated Press | CELINA, Ohio (AP) — Human fundamental stays found nearby Grand Lake St. Marys in western Ohio have been sent

Houston House Race a Test Case of Identity Politics

February 6, 2016 Pasadena No Comments
HOUSTON — The splendid immature “Gene Green U.S. Congress” pointer was planted resolutely in a grass of Alice Alexander Gallegos’ home in Houston’s Northside neighborhood. But it was her husband’s doing, she says. She’s still on a blockade between voting for a longtime obligatory congressman or his warn challenger Adrian Garcia, a former Harris County policeman she upheld in his catastrophic Houston


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