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Warrant issued for animal cruelty case in Madison County
On Tuesday, KBTX reported on the horrific conditions at a home on Bankhead Drive, northwest of Bedias, were several dogs were found dead and others allegedly abandoned. Madison County officials are issuing an arrest warrant for Deborah Zortman. She's wanted for 12 counts of animal cruelty.
DPS seeking new leads in possible murder of local man
NORMANGEE, Tex. (KBTX)-The reward for information was increased to as much as $6,000 Wednesday as authorities try to generate new leads in the case of a Normangee man missing since 2007 who investigators think was killed and then dumped in the area.
Normangee community still searching for answers of missing man
NORMANGEE, Tex. (KBTX) --Investigators are offering more money for any info about a Nomangee man who went missing over 10 years ago. Police are now offering $6,000 for any information leading to the disappearance of Jim Craig Martin.Martin was last seen in 2007. Officials said his car was found burn
Reward raised in missing man case
"Texas Rangers and local authorities conducted interviews with witnesses and possible suspects in the case," the release states. "During the course of the investigation, information was gathered that Martin was likely killed and his body possibly disposed of in a rural area of Leon, Madison or Brazo
Picking Up Tools for the School Year in Teague and Fairfield
STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND TEACHERS gathered Thursday, August 9th for Teague’s Back to School Rally at the High School.
Reward offered in cold missing person case
NORMANGEE, TX - The Department of Public Safety says a $6000 reward is now being offered for help in solving the 2007 disappearance of a Normangee, Texas Man.
Car slams into Bryan movie theater building
ByRusty Surette and Whitney Miller|Posted:Wed 11:27 PM, Aug 15, 2018|Updated: Wed 11:50 PM, Aug 15, 2018
Family and attorneys of accused gunman speak out following standoff
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) -The father of the accused gunman who caused a 16-hour standoff at Rockies Grill and Saloon is speaking out in defense of his son.Attorneys representing Michael Jones also expressed the remorse their client feels for his actions, and said Michael Jones was a co-owner of Rockies.Ta
Groesbeck After School Program ACE brings changes to new school year
Groesbeck ISD students of all grade levels have had access to the Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) program for the last 5 years, receiving everything from homework help to enrichment classes that act as a more creative outlet. While the program will continue to be offered at GISD, major change
Winners of Tuesday Night Bass Tournament
Entry fee for the event is $15 per person with 100% of the entry fees being paid back to the winning fishermen. Payout on a field of 1-20 entries is 60% of the pot for first place and 40% for second. If 21 or more anglers participate, the pot is split 50% for first, 30% for second and 20% for third
More plans OK'd for Texas Grand Ranch
“The developers will have to submit civil drawings for infrastructure, including water lines, sewer lines and roads when they present the final plat for approval,” Ridley added.
Police: Bryan man stalked woman
According to Bryan police, Terry John Maes Jr., 32, was charged with family violence in Robertson County in August 2017. A condition of the bond was that he could not come near the victim, nor have any contact with her. The woman took out a protection order against Maes, which expired one month late
Bryan police investigating thefts of ice chests and coolers
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX)-Bryan police are investigating multiple garage burglaries on the southeast side of the city.Police say thieves have taken high-end ice chests and coolers from several homes in the Copperfield and Tiffany Park area.Four of the homes are located in the 4900 block of Park Land Drive.
8 year sentence for assaulting ER nurse
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Police arrest liquor store robbery suspect
Tamara Nickens-Wortham, 42, was taken into custody Monday and charged with second-degree felony robbery by detectives with the Huntsville Police Department who were able to track her down from a license plate number provided by a witness to the crime, which took place on July 30. She is currently be
Madison County investigating disturbing case of animal cruelty
MADISON COUNTY, Tex. (KBTX) -A mother and daughter are suspected to be responsible for nearly two dozens animals being neglected at a rural Madison County home. An animal rescue group is now working to keep some abandoned pets alive.A horrific scene was found at a home on Bankhead Drive in rural Mad
Palestine City Hall, Police Department evacuated after chemical spill
Palestine City Hall, 504 N. Queen St., and Palestine Police Department headquarters, adjacent to City Hall, have been evacuated due to a chemical spill in PPD's detective's room, city spokesman Nate Smith said at about 12:20 p.m. Tuesday.
Volcanic ash closes police HQ for second day
Police HQ, along with City Hall, which is adjacent to the PD, were closed Tuesday when a shelf holding laboratory supplies fell off the wall, spilling roughly a gallon of “Amido Black,” a chemical mixture of luminol and methanol, used to detect blood stains.
Groesbeck: Limestone County commissioners oppose Axtell landfill site
GROESBECK, Texas (KWTX)Limestone County commissioners have passed a resolution opposing City of Waco’s tentative plans to open a new landfill in the Axtell area, a portion of which will be in Limestone County.
Bryan woman charged after threatening man, corrections officer
According to Bryan police, officers responded to a business on South Coulter Drive on the report a vehicle was blocked from leaving. Officers spoke with Tami Sue Gilbreath, 54, who was sitting in a Corvette that was parked near a pickup and a car. Police say she shouted at a man standing in the park