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Halloween Lynching Display Ordered Removed From Army Base

Halloween Lynching Display Ordered Removed From Army Base

A Halloween lynching display was ordered to be removed from a home on the Fort Campbell Army base in Texas. An investigation into the display took place after Public Affairs for the base received a report of the exhibit, which they felt was “offensive in nature.” The occupant of the residence removed the display once they […]

Texas Man Shoots Two Women Entering His Home

Texas Man Shoots Two Women Entering His Home

According to a report made by police deputies responding at the scene, a Texas man has shot two women who were allegedly breaking in and entering his home. The report states that the women arrived at the man’s home  in Harris County driving a stolen vehicle and proceeded to attempt to gain entry into the […]

Violent Homophobic Drunk Taken Down by Airport Passengers

Violent Homophobic Drunk Taken Down by Airport Passengers

An alleged violent, homophobic drunk was taken down by the passengers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The group got together and tackled the man to the floor after he was seen kicking another passenger in a pink shirt. All this is in a video that was put up on YouTube on Thursday and has received […]

Austin Police Report Multiple Injuries From Shooting

Austin Police Report Multiple Injuries From Shooting

Austin police are reporting  a shooting in a parking lot to a convenience store where there have been multiple subjects suffering injuries. Eyewitnesses at the scene have recounted at least one man shot and a woman hit by a stray bullet. There is also a report of an altercation resulting in one victim being stabbed […]

Texas Trailer Accident Closes Highway 225

Texas Trailer Accident Closes Highway 225

A deadly trailer accident on Highway 225 near Pasadena, Texas has resulted in the closing of all westbound lanes and one eastbound lane on the highway. A smaller car was completely crushed under the front of the rig, and police have confirmed at least one person dead in that vehicle. All traffic has been diverted […]

Texas and Mexico Border Bomb Threat

Texas and Mexico Border Bomb Threat

A bomb threat was called in to authorities in Mexico against the Veteran’s International Bridge at the U.S. border which connects with the town of Brownsville, Texas. Traffic was diverted as Mexican officers searched the area for any signs of an explosive device. Those wanting to make the crossing were diverted to two other bridges […]

Government, Hospital and Others in Dallas Try to Reassure About Ebola

Government, Hospital and Others in Dallas Try to Reassure About Ebola

The next few days are critical in the fight against Ebola in the U.S. Meanwhile, people in Dallas are reportedly jittery; a formerly busy hospital has become a ghost town; and government officials are trying to reassure everyone that the Ebola situation that spiraled out of control is back in. The hospital acknowledged its mistakes […]

Ebola Blood Sample Picked Up by Coast Guard

Ebola Blood Sample Picked Up by Coast Guard

According the the Coast Guard, a blood sample from a Dallas health care worker potentially infected with Ebola was picked up from the cruise ship. Petty Officer Andy Kendrick said that a helicopter flew to the Carnival Magic cruise ship to retrieve the sample from the woman. The helicopter lowered supplies to the ship in […]

City of Houston Demands Sermon Notes From Local Pastors [Video]

City of Houston Demands Sermon Notes From Local Pastors [Video]

The city of Houston is demanding pastors hand over any sermon notes dealing with gender identity, homosexuality or the city’s first openly lesbian mayor, Annise Parker. The city has issued subpoenas to a group of local ministers; any who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court. Reportedly, when the mayor’s office was […]

Texas Attorney General Speaks Out Against ‘Bullying of Houston Pastors’

Texas Attorney General Speaks Out Against ‘Bullying of Houston Pastors’

The Texas Attorney General, Greg Abbott, has spoken out in a letter to David Feldman, the Houston City Attorney, where he openly states that they are bullying pastors in Houston, as he tells Feldman that it needs to stop. Abbott says that they are picking on “people of faith” which is against freedom of religion. […]

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