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Three dozen arrested in Central Texas gang crackdown

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) Three dozen violent offenders and fugitives were arrested during a large-scale three-day gang crackdown in Killeen and Bell County, police said Friday evening.


Texas swimmer sues vitamin maker: 'I want them to know the damage they've done'

AUSTIN (Nexstar) — Madisyn Cox has always been competitive. She's testing that spirit in a new way. Cox, 23, is suing Dallas-based Cooper Clinic, claiming it "produced, distributed, and sold" a multivitamin that turned out to be tainted with Trimetazidine. The drug is known to aid in improving the c


Early sweeps Coleman, Bangs takes two from Cisco

COLEMAN — The Early Longhorns needed extra innings to escape a scare, and moved into a tie for first place in the District 6-3A baseball standings in the process with a 9-8, eight-inning victory over the Coleman Bluecats Tuesday.


New North Texas Congregation Has Church to Call Home for Easter and Beyond

The thing that brought the newly formed Gracia Viva church and the established Oak Lawn United Methodist Church in Dallas together under one roof, is an issue that is dividing the United Methodist Church worldwide.



Brownwood News – The Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Brownwood District will begin a thermoplastic striping project throughout the nine counties of the district on April 10th. This will include work in Brown, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Lampasas, McCulloch, Mills, San Saba and Stephens


Texas cops find 275 pounds of pot next to baby in car seat, women arrested: report

Texas Border Patrol officials said they discovered a baby in a car seat next to 275 pounds of marijuana after they pulled a vehicle over last Friday, a report said. Ashley Renee Resendiz, 22, and Carla Michelle Resendiz, 47, both of Texas, were arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to dis


Woman Sues Texas Water Park For $1M After Son Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba

WACO (CBSDFW.COM) – The mother of a surfer who died from a “brain-eating amoeba” after visiting a surf park in Texas has filed a $1 million wrongful death lawsuit. New Jersey native Fabrizio Stabile died in September 2018. The man’s mother, Rita Stabile, claims BSR Surf Resort, owners of Parsons Bar


Charges to remain against Texas driver who dodged paying over $5G in tolls with ‘license plate flipper’: cops

A Houston motorist was not quite free to drive off into the sunset on Thursday after a judge found “no probable cause” for the man’s arrest for allegedly using an illegal “license plate flipper” to avoid paying nearly $5,500 in tolls, authorities said.


Hello, stranger: How doorbell cameras in North Texas are helping police and residents catch bad guys

The first calls came into Frisco’s 911 dispatch center early one morning in late January. Residents were reporting a string of car burglaries, and they had video to prove it.


Trials loom for 2 suspects in 2017 murder of Central Texas teen

COPPERAS COVE, Texas (KWTX) Trials are looming for two of the four suspects charged with murder in connection with shooting death of a Copperas Cove teenager in 2017. Larry Anthony Quinn Thomas, 17, was shot to death on Nov. 9, 2017.


Feds say North Texas man made $374,000 in purchases using fraudulent credit cards gotten with mailman's help

A North Texas man is accused of making nearly $375,000 in purchases using fraudulent credit cards that he got with the help of a mail carrier who intercepted them as they were out for delivery.


Texas woman gets 15 years in jail for stealing $1.3M from rodeo

FORT WORTH, Texas – A former bookkeeper for the Stockyards Northside Rodeo has been sentenced to prison for stealing $1.3 million from the rodeo over three years. According to the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office, D’ann Elizabeth Wagner was given a 15-year sentence after pleading g


Investigation into dog mauling leads to seizure of 9.6 grams of meth; man arrested

A narcotics deputy who was assisting Wednesday in the seizure of a dog that mauled a woman Monday night arrested a man who allegedly possessed 9.6 grams of methamphetamine. Stephen Barbaree, 59, was charged with manufacture or deliver of a controlled substance and remained jailed Thursday in lieu of


Man's Body Found Floating in Lake Brownwood

BROWNWOOD, TX – A Brownwood man was found dead in Lake Brownwood on Wednesday. On April 17, the Brownwood Lake Patrol received a call about a boat that had drifted away from a near by unloading dock with the truck still parked in the boat launch. When they arrived they could not find the owner of th


List: Easter Egg hunts around the Big Country

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - It's Easter weekend, and there are plenty of ways for you and your family to celebrate in the Big Country. If you're still unsure which Easter egg hunts you want to attend, perhaps this list can help you decide.


Man drowns near boat ramp on Lake Brownwood

LAKE BROWNWOOD, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - A man was found dead Wednesday evening after an accidental drowning at Lake Brownwood. Gary Hipp, 63, of Coahoma, was found floating in the water near the Wild Duck Marina around 8:30 p.m., according to the Brownwood Lake Patrol. Law enforcement was called to loca


House fire contained to bedroom, but family of five displaced

An early-morning fire Thursday in a Brownwood home displaced a family of five — parents and three school-age daughters — after a plug from a window air conditioner overheated, Fire Marshal Buddy Preston said.


Early baseball remains tied for first in 6-3A with 7-4 victory at Comanche

COMANCHE – The playoff-bound Early Longhorns pushed three runs across the plate in the top of the seventh inning to remain tied for the District 6-3A baseball lead with a 7-4 road victory over Comanche Friday afternoon.


A help in time of need: 9-1-1 dispatchers, guests celebrate annual recognition week

Jonna Dodd, a 9-1-1 dispatcher at the Law Enforcement Center, borrowed that quotation from Dr. Suess’s “Horton Hears a Who” while addressing guests in the dispatch center Thursday afternoon.


Tarleton developing center to address area mental healthcare shortage

STEPHENVILLE (April 17, 2019) — A new center offering psychological consultations and behavioral health resources for children and their families is taking shape at Tarleton State University after the federal government designated Stephenville as having a provider shortage for mental health services