Breaking News from Uvalde TX
Find the latest Uvalde TX News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
School nurse arrested for inappropriate behavior with student
UVALDE, Texas — A Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District nurse was arrested for allegedly engaging in inappropriate behavior with a Uvalde High School Student. The nurse, identified as 24-year-old Victoria Placencia, worked at Morales Junior High School until Wednesday.
Police search for children abducted in CT, suspects last heard from in Texas
SEALY, Texas — An Amber Alert has been issued for several children in Connecticut and who were last seen in Texas. Authorities describe Maryha Mathew as a white female, brown eyes and hair, 2 feet tall and 30 pounds. She was last seen wearing a blue shirt, white T-shirt, white vest with gold hearts,
Uvalde County deputies arrest 2 people, seize meth, scales, packaging after traffic stop
UVALDE COUNTY, Texas - The Uvalde County Sheriff's Office said it’s pursuing people it calls poison dealers. Uvalde County deputies released pictures of a case that stretched from Sunday night to early Monday morning.
Cargo plane, carrying at least 3 people, crashes in Texas bay, officials say
A cargo plane carrying at least three people crashed into a bay in the southeastern part of Texas on Saturday, officials said. The Federal Aviation Administration released a statement confirming that a twin-engine Boeing 767 cargo jetliner crashed into Trinity Bay near Anahuac, Texas about 12:45 p.m
You can eat and sleep at the original 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' gas station
AUSTIN, Texas — If you're cruising down Highway 304 and head just south of Bastrop, you'll probably pass by a quiet — and familiar — building. The original 1974 film 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' was filmed at a gas station along the highway.
Lady Bulldog softball faces adversity early
Bandera’s Lady Bulldog softball overcame a season-opening loss and then dealt with a shortage of players to finish second in their first tournament of the season last week. Tuesday, Feb. 12, saw Bandera taking on the Hondo Lady Owls, resulting in an 11-6 opening day setback, not exactly what coach J
Texas trooper fatally shoots man suspected of stabbing 2
POTEET, Texas (AP) — A state trooper has shot and killed a man who authorities say had earlier stabbed two men in separate incidents south of San Antonio. Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Jason Reyes told the San Antonio Express-Newsthat a 37-year-old man was a suspect in the stabbing Friday of
Texas representative proposes bill to end tolls on toll roads
A Texas representative has filed a House Bill that will end tolls on toll roads once they are paid off. House Bill 436 was filed in November 2018 by representative Matt Shaheen from Plano.
Amber Alert: three Connecticut children spotted in Texas
SEALY, Texas (KWTX) The Texas Department of Public Safety issued an amber alert, Saturday after three children went missing. According to the alert, police in Waterbury, Connecticut were looking for 7-year old Maddison McGrath, 5-year old Dylan McGrath, and 2-year-old Maryah Mathew.
Army sergeant, pooch reconnected in Texas following his overseas deployment: report
A U.S. Army sergeant was reportedly reconnected in Texas on Friday with the pup that helped him get through part of his time serving overseas. The reunion between Sgt. Kevyn Solarez and Josie came after nearly 45 days of being apart but it was “going to make the whole deployment worth it,” he told F
Man Indicted For Duping North Texas School District Out Of Nearly $2M
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted a Florida man accused of duping a Texas school district into transferring him nearly $2 million which he then used to buy a BMW and Rolex watches.
Student polls show overwhelming support to bring back Texas A&M-Texas football game
COLLEGE STATION -- Student polls at both Texas A&M and Texas show an overwhelming percentage of current students are in favor of bringing back the Aggies-Longhorns football game, which hasn't been played since 2011.
A look at the history of African Americans in the Texas legislature
AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Capitol is a busy place, filled with people always on the go, fighting for a seat at the table. So, it can be easy to walk past the pictures on the wall and forget the trailblazers.
Bandera resident’s extension duties extended
Bandera resident and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service agent Michael Haynes saw his responsibility skyrocket from covering an area with 22,351 people to one with 4.3 million people in one day last month.