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  • ISIS Texas
    ISIS link to terrorist attack in Texas questionable
    The Islamic State or ISIS on Tuesday claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland,Texas on Sunday evening where a cartoon drawing contest of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad was held would be the first...
  • Texans tussle over whether to make EKGs mandatory to teen athletes
    Texans tussle over whether to make EKGs mandatory to teen athletes
    Texas is currently embroiled in a debate over whether to make EKG tests mandatory for high school athletes, a move spurred by the death of high-schooler, such as football player Cody Stephens who died suddenly 3 years ago while attending his first...
  • Garland,  Texas shooting
    Gunman killed by police in Texas identified
    One of two gunmen killed outside of an event in Garland, Texas on Sunday has been identified by Garland Police as Elton Simpson, a resident of Phoenix, Arizona. Simpson was known by the FBI and Arizona officials, where he was charged with...
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    Texas shootout: Two dead, one wounded at 'Draw Mohammed' contest
    Pro-America and pro-Israel activist Pamela Geller has never been shy of letting it be known she considers the threat of Islamic Jihad to be one of the greatest threats to face the Western World in decades, if not centuries. Case in point would be...
  • Arial view of the camp at Crystal City, Texas
    The Train to Crystal City: A lesson in our history both past and future?
    The Train to Crystal City by Jan Jarboe Russell tells a key story from our history about how, during World War II, our government arrested and incarcerated Japanese American and German American citizens because it was thought they could...
  • Nurse  Kristin McLain fell to her death from a helicopter during a rescue attempt of a fallen hiker
    Nurse Kristin McLain fell to her death hoisting fallen hiker into helicopter
    A 46-year-old nurse was on board a medical helicopter that was attempting to rescue a fallen hiker when she became detached from the hoist and fell. The team was in the process of hoisting up the hiker when Nurse Kristen McLain tumbled to her...
  • Scientists tie thousands of small earthquakes in Texas to fracking
    Scientist tie thousands of small earthquakes in Texas to fracking
    According to Matthew Hornback, a geophysicist at SMU, until the land began to shake from November 2013-January 2014, there had been mo recorded quakes in the area for 150 years on “faults inactive for hundreds of millions of years.”...
  • Snuggly and sweet Seraphine needs a home
    Terrified Serafine getting acclimated to the good life
    Seraphine is a puppy whose life was changed when she was trapped and taken into a foster home in Houston, Texas. Corridor Rescue saved her life -- but now she needs more.There is nothing more rewarding than taking a dog who has been mistreated or...
  • Molly Schuyler woofs down 3 steaks at 72 ozs each at professional eating contest
    Molly Schuyler woofs down 13-lbs of steak in 20 minutes: $5K win for Molly
    Molly Schuyler is a “professional eater” who scuffed down three 72-oz. steaks in under 20 minutes at a recent eating competition. The 120-pound mother of four is known for her enormous appetite, which makes Schuyler a winner of...
  • iAdvocate
    Money Talks, Autism and Dementia Do Not
    “Money Talks, Autism and Dementia Do Not” Candice SchwagerThe Texas Estates Code qualifies the disqualified and disqualifies the qualified for CashCause No. 415959; In re Andrew Stephen Keith Guardianship (Probate Court 3)I am a...
  • Texas open carry: Texas to approve open carry of handguns, law sparks gun debate
    Texas open carry: Texas to approve open carry of handguns, law sparks gun debate
    Texas open carry of firearms is about to become a ruling in the Lone Star state protected under law. In the most dramatic revamp of firearm regulations in decades, the State Senate, and now the House, passed a measure that would allow handgun...
  • Walmart employee steals $240,000 from Texas Walmart
    Walmart employee steals $240K: Pocket money scam escalates to greedy $8K a day
    A woman who was employed by Walmart for 33 years ended her career abruptly after stealing more than $240,000 in cash from the Texas Walmart where she worked. This Walmart employee got greedy after her scheme of fake returns that originally gave...
  • Dented cans-botulism risk
    Botulism sickens two New Mexico residents
    Two people from Lea County, NM are currently being treated in a Texas hospital with suspected botulism, according to state health officials Friday. The investigation into the illnesses is ongoing; however not surprisingly, contaminated food is the...
  • The "Marfa Lights" viewing platform
    Two fun 'paranormal' vacation adventure spots!
    We've all heard the stories about UFOs, ghosts and the rest of the supposed weird creatures, but no matter how much the History Channel, the Syfy Channel and others try to convince us that they are talking about 'real' stuff, they are...
  • Graphic and horrifying picture of a veterinarian who shot a cat with an arrow
    Veterinarian shoots cat through the head and brags on Facebook
    A veterinarian, Dr. Kristen Lindsey, DVM, who cruelly shot a cat in the head with a bow and arrow, posted it on Facebook and bragged about it, holding it up by the arrow.Her Facebook post, including the graphic (and horrifying) picture said:"...
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