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Texas man arrested for allegedly slapping 12-year-old boy over bullied stepdaughter

A Texas man who was arrested for allegedly slapping a 12-year-old boy reportedly said Tuesday he reacted after his stepdaughter told him they boy had bullied her. James Peace, 37, of Deer Park, was arrested and charged with injury to a child under 15. He told KHOU-TV the incident with the boy got ou


Dumas ISD installs new security cameras

DUMAS, TX (KFDA) - Seconds save lives. That’s why Dumas Independent School District is using a new software and security cameras at every school and facility in the district, giving Moore County first responders access in case of emergencies.


Texas cheerleader’s final moments before gas explosion at house kills her captured on video

A Texas girl’s family released shocking video that shows the 12-year-old cheerleader’s final moments before a gas explosion tore through her home and killed her last year. "Good morning, guys. It is 6:02 a.m.," Linda "Michellita" Rogers whispered in the Feb. 23, 2018 video. Those words were among th


Keurig Dr Pepper To Relocate Texas Headquarters From Plano To The Star In Frisco

PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Keurig Dr Pepper has announced that it will be moving its Texas headquarters from Plano to The Star in Frisco, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys announced the new 350,000 square-foot facility that will be one of the homes to the company. The building is expected to


Crime stoppers searching for suspect wanted for assaulting a public servant

MOORE CO., TX (KFDA) - Moore County Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help finding a suspect wanted for assaulting a public servant. Officials are searching for 23-year-old Demetrick Austin Crowder, wanted for assault on a public servant.


Facilities Advisory Committee tours DISD secondary schools

"We have good teachers, good equipment, and good programs. We need a good building to house them," said Kelly Legg, Dumas Independent School District (DISD) Assistant Superintendent for Instruction. She, along with DISD Superintendent Monty Hysinger, was showing members of the Facilities Advisory Co


Current And Former Texas Lawmakers On Hit List Of Accused “Domestic Terrorist”

WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A Coast Guard lieutenant who was arrested last week is a “domestic terrorist” who drafted an email discussing biological attacks and had what appeared to be a hit list that included prominent Democrats and media figures, prosecutors said in court papers.


Dumas tennis has positive showing at Randall Love tournament

The Dumas varsity tennis program competed at the Randall Love Open last weekend, Feb. 15-16. According to information provided by coach Josh Weis, there were five groups that made it to the quarterfinals of the tournament. All brackets were filled with 32 teams.


Statue of Liberty climber scales Texas building in immigration protest

A woman who was convicted last year after climbing the Statue of Liberty scaled a building in Texas on Wednesday as part of a protest against immigration policies. Therese Patricia Okoumou, 44, spent nearly eight hours on the Southwest Key building in East Austin while live streaming her demonstrati


Texas gas prices make biggest weekly jump in nearly two years

Gas prices across the state of Texas jumped the highest amount week-to-week since 2017, according to AAA Texas. The average price for a gallon of gas statewide was $2.12 on Thursday. In Dallas, gas prices rose $0.17 from the previous week to an average of $2.14 which puts the city just slightly abov


Demons struggle in bi-district round, fall to Matadors

It was a tough game at Randall High School in Amarillo Monday night, Feb. 18, as the Dumas Demons faced the Matadors of Lubbock Estacado. The Demons kept it close in the first half, but slid in the second to drop the game 43-76.


Migrant families still being separated at the border, report from Texas group says

Migrant families are still being separated by the Trump administration, sometimes over "uncorroborated allegations" of crimes, according to a report published Thursday by a Texas civil rights group.


Demons down Bulldogs, earn trip to playoffs

A big game on the line. A trip to the playoffs. The Dumas Demons, considered the home team, and the Borger Bulldogs were in action again Friday night, Feb. 15, at Amarillo High School to decide the final playoff spot. It was a similar battle to their last meeting where the Demons held the Bulldogs t


Buc-ee's beaver statue creator, largest art foundry in Texas located in Bastrop

There's no denying how much Texans love Buc-ee's, especially the iconic beaver statue that greets you by the entrance. But little did many people know, the creator of those statues is right here in Central Texas, at the Deep in the Heart Art Foundry in Bastrop.


Lawyers: Block Texas’ noncitizen investigation or clients will ‘lose their right to vote’ next week

AUSTIN -- Lawyers for two Texas naturalized citizens who landed on the state’s list of “potential noncitizen voters” are re-urging a federal court to block state and county attempts to remove people from voter rolls before their clients lose their right to vote next week.


Faith based health center fills a void in Cactus

CACTUS, Texas (KVII) — A new non-profit in Cactus is helping to provide acute and chronic medical care to the uninsured or less insured. The Well Health Center recently opened its doors with the intent of providing services to people living in Cactus.


Cats fall in OT thriller to Mustangs

The Sunray Bobcats tangled with the Wheeler Mustangs in playoff action for the bi-district title Tuesday, Feb. 19, at River Road High School in Amarillo. It was a tight game through four quarters, which led to overtime. The Bobcats fought to the end, but fell 64-69.


Fritch voluntary boil water notice explained

AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — Folks in Fritch have been put on notice about a voluntary boil water notice taking effect on one day and one day only, Wednesday, Feb. 27. Voluntary boil water notices definitely don't happen often and it's not a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requirement like man


DYWC adds another win before closing out season in tournament play

35 lbs. – Xadrian Armendariz. Division II (9 and under) Division III (11 and under) Division IV (13 and under) Also wrestling in the tournament were Peyton Watters, Izaac Aguinaga, Heath Waddell, and Eli Leyba.


Sunray powerlifters place 5th at Borger

The Sunray boys and girls Powerlifting teams competed at Borger Thursday, Feb. 14, and both placed fifth overall as a team. Nine Bobcats placed in the top 10. As a team, they garnered 23 points, placing fifth out of 12 total teams.