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Last month, a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested a driver who the agency claimed was hauling more than a ton of marijuana through the state near Amarillo. Lab results indicate the substance was not marijuana but legal hemp.
While city leaders in Texas are trying to slow down the novel coronavirus pandemic, their financial officers are already warning about the damage a new economic recession will have on local budgets.
Above: Oddissie Garza, 18, a hostess at Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant, finds herself out of work and eight months pregnant. (Peter Holley/The Washington Post) ‘I was supposed to be there,’ says Twin Peaks waitress who switched shift on the day of...
Above: A Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter circles Dumas in search of a man who fled when Moore County Sheriff's Deputies made a traffic stop. Dumas Police officers, Moore County sheriff's deputies and Texas Department of Public Safety troopers...
Gov. Greg Abbott is warning Texans to be “particularly vigilant” regarding potential cyberterrorism from Iran...
Above: Jr. Velez, 21, puts his arm around his little brother while walking with his AR-15 rifle down a Houston street July 4, 2013, as they joined a group of more than 20 people with the pro-gun organization, Come and...
A man and woman were killed and two others were critically injured after a Friday morning wreck in Moore County between Amarillo and Dumas, the Amarillo Globe News reported. Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Chris Ray said the accident...
A driver towing a flatbed trailer on Interstate 40 near Vega didn’t know one of the vehicles on the trailer had $677,000 worth of cocaine hidden inside of it. According to a Texas Department of Public Safety report, a DPS...
According to www.drugfreeworld.com, 2,500 teenagers in the United States abuse a prescription pain reliever every day for the first time, making them twice as likely to use alcohol, five times more likely to use marijuana and 12 to 20...
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