Police Thursday said they have made three arrests after Quinton Ford, 19, of Harker Heights, was shot to death late Tuesday night in the parking lot of Harker Heights High School in the 1000 block of East Knights Way.
Around 3,500 workers will be employed during the four-year construction of phase one of the facility. Once the facility is operational, it will employ 350 full-time operators and maintenance personnel with an annual salary of approximately $85,000.
Two of the six people who died in a massive pileup at around 6 a.m. on Feb. 11 on an icy stretch of Interstate 35 in Fort Worth had exited their vehicles before they were struck, a preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report released Wednesday says.
With the South Rim Fire at 80% containment and no longer deemed a threat to developed areas, the National Park Service has scheduled the reopening of the park’s popular Chisos Basin area on Friday, April 23.
Texas residents whose furnaces, septic systems or wells were damaged by February’s severe winter storms may be eligible for financial assistance under FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program. If denied assistance, applicants may appeal.
A bill which would provide immunity from liability for school security personnel in case of a safety issue authored by an East Texas state representative has passed the second reading in the Texas House.
Texans can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which begins at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, April 24, and ends at midnight on Monday, April 26.
The United States Geological Survey recorded a 3.1 magnitude earthquake 18 kilometers north-northwest of Snyder on Sunday afternoon.The quake hit at a very shallow depth of 2.2 miles beneath the epicenter near Snyder in Scurry County at 3:54 p.m. local time.
A new Texoma lake is near completion. Wednesday the North Texas Municipal Water District began pumping water into the new Bois d’Arc lake in Fannin County. Crews are working hard to finish the lake’s 2-mile long dam.
On Thursday, state Rep. Matt Schaefer, of Tyler, will be introducing a bill to the full Texas house. That bill would remove any license or permit requirements to carry a gun in most public spaces. One gun store owner Mack Woods is concerned about house bill 1927.