The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s executive committee made the decision this week, saying the event "would rank as a “very high risk” for further spread of COVID-19 and potentially impact populations and healthcare systems in Fort Worth and beyond the North Texas area."
One person is in the hospital and two others have been arrested after a chase in a stolen vehicle that reached speeds of up to 112 miles per hour crossed paths with officers from all over Texas, attending Sheriff Abraham Vega’s funeral in Tahoka.
The current Commander of Pacific Air Forces and 1984 Texas Tech Graduate, General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., has been confirmed to serve as the Air Force’s 22nd Chief of Staff, according to Sec. of Defense Mark Esper.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins released his response to the Attorney General’s letter, saying the public health guidelines were based on Governor Abbott’s recommendations; “never imagining he did not want his own guidelines followed,” he said.
Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, 23, was sentenced to 30 months in prison before U.S. District Judge James Wesley Hendrix. Bruce-Umbaugh was arrested in November 2019 in Post, with drugs and firearms. Later evidence presented in a detention hearing linked Bruce-Umbaugh to a neo-Nazi hate group.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says don’t believe it if you read on social media that the 2020-21 hunting and fishing season has been canceled. Stay up-to-date on information by following the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website at https://tpwd.texas.gov/
The man who was driving the car in Garza County in 2019 when neo-Nazi Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh was arrested on gun crimes, has himself been arrested by federal agents, among a group of “racially motivated violent extremists,” who allegedly targeted journalists and activists.
The Texas Department of Public Safety issued a thank you for the level of support provided for the trooper who was injured in December when a semi-truck crashed into several emergency officials and stopped cars on Highway 84.
After the loss of two first responders this weekend, several representatives from various First Responder organizations across the country are asking drivers across the country to “pay attention and move over.”