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More Than 130,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled With Possible E. Coli Contamination
The USDA has issued a list of stores where the ground beef recalled for E. coli was sold, but says there are other stores not on the list that may have sold the meat. Here is the list of retailers known to have sold the recalled ground beef.
Loss Prevention Officer Thwarts Possible Kidnapping at Fort Worth Walmart
Fort Worth Police say a Walmart loss prevention officer managed to stop a possible kidnapping from happening at the store Monday night.
American Airlines Captain Orders 40 Pizzas for Stranded Passengers
Here's a man who takes his job (and humanity) seriously and goes above and beyond for his customers.
Texas Baby Dies After Being Left in Hot Car
A 6-month-old South Texas baby has died of a vehicular heatstroke after her father accidentally left her in a hot car while he was at work Wednesday (5/16) afternoon.
Texas Police Save Woman From Sinking Car [Video]
Body camera footage shows police officers rescuing a woman from her sinking vehicle in a suburban Houston lake.
Pornographic Malware Discovered in Android Apps For Kids – See the Full List
A new malicious pornographic malware has been discovered hiding inside more than 60 android apps, many designed for kids.
Texas Ranked Most Dangerous State for Thanksgiving Travel
According to a new study, Texas tops the list as the number one deadliest state in the country for Thanksgiving travel and Houston takes the number one spot as the most dangerous city.
Actor Lou Diamond Phillips Arrested in Texas
Actor Lou Diamond Phillips, known for his role in the movie 'La Bamba' and TV show 'Longmire,' was arrested on a DWI charge in Portland, Texas early Friday morning.
Off-Duty North Texas Police Officer Shoots and Kills Great Dane In Front of Family
A Mansfield, Texas police officer is being investigated for shooting and killing a family's Great Dane Sunday in front of their children as they played outside.
Millions of Credit, Debit Cards May Have Been Stolen in Sonic Drive-In Data Breach
Millions of Sonic Drive-In customers may have had their credit, debit card information stolen.
State Sues Three Texas Businesses Accused of Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey
The State of Texas did not waste any time going after businesses accused of price gouging customers during Hurricane Harvey.
New Lice Law For Texas Schools Now in Effect
Head lice is a nightmare no parent or child ever wants to experience, yet it's a problem that persists in many schools every year. A new Texas law now determines what public elementary school nurses must do when they discover lice on a child.