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Sex Trafficking Survivor Shares Her Heartbreaking Story
Axtell, texas
Brooke Axtell is a survivor who faced the unthinkable at an early age. "I was trafficked by my nanny in Dallas, Texas when I was seven years old during a time when my mom was hospitalized and he was entrusted with my care," Brooke said. Vulnerable and dependent, Brooke says her caretaker betrayed her trust and sold her as a commodity while keeping the transactions secret with the power of fear ...
February 01 2015
Sex Trafficking Victim Shares Her Heartbreaking Story
Axtell, texas
Brooke Axtell is a survivor who faced the unthinkable at an early age. "I was trafficked by my nanny in Dallas, Texas when I was seven years old during a time when my mom was hospitalized and he was entrusted with my care," Brooke said. Vulnerable and dependent, Brooke says her caretaker betrayed her trust and sold her as a commodity while keeping the transactions secret with the power of fear ...
February 01 2015
Caesars unit says it filed for bankruptcy to cut debt
Early, Texas
A cash-strapped division of casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. said early Thursday that it filed for bankruptcy protection in Chicago, hoping the court agrees to its plan to get out from under $18.4 billion in debt.
January 31 2015
9 Texas districts spent nearly $117K during Ebola scare
Texas
Nine Texas school districts spent a total of nearly $117,000 to clean campuses and protect students and staff amid concerns about the possible spread of Ebola when a man infected with the virus died in Dallas, according to a newspaper's review.
January 30 2015
9 Texas districts spent nearly $117,000 during Ebola scare
Texas
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Nine Texas school districts spent a total of nearly $117,000 to clean campuses and protect students and staff amid concerns about the possible spread of Ebola when a man infected with the virus died in Dallas, according to a newspaper's review. The districts, mainly ...
January 30 2015
Man Fleeing Officers Kills Himself After 2-Hour Chase
Texas
A man who led officers from several Texas agencies on a two-hour chase early Sunday after shots were fired into a home shot himself and was pronounced dead at a hospital.
January 29 2015
Waiting for justice
Wall, Texas
It was nearly one year ago that Jasper County Sheriff John Halferty and the county attorney’s office announced the arrest of 54-year-old Theresa “Terri” Supino for the 1983 double murder of 17-year-old Melisa Gregory and 20-year-old Steven Fisher at the former Copper Dollar Ranch northwest of Newton.
January 29 2015
Man faces execution in Texas for 1996 strangling death
Texas
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court was considering appeals intended to prevent the execution Thursday of a convicted killer who strangled a woman in Texas and beat her with a hammer before setting her body on fire nearly two decades ago.
January 29 2015
DPS: 5 killed in Dimmit County crash
Texas
Five people were killed early Thursday morning in Dimmit County, the Texas Department of Public Safety has confirmed. DPS officials said the wreck occurred on Highway 83 near Asherton. They said at least three vehicles were involved, including a tanker truck that exploded. No other details were immediately available. Photo courtesy KSAT viewer Wendy Webb.
January 29 2015
Retirement ceremony set for injured firefighter
Texas
Lewisville firefighter Andy Allison was living the American dream. He had a solid career, was married to the love of his life, Amanda, and they were expecting their first child. Soon, an accident would shatter the life he once knew and force him into an early retirement.
January 29 2015
'Spider' waiting on Texas court
May, Texas
Nearly 20 years since his original death sentence, and more than five years since he was resentenced to death, Michael Dean “Spider” Gonzales is still going through court appeals.
January 28 2015
Fort Worth Man On Death Row Loses Supreme Court Appeal
Texas
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a Fort Worth man convicted of killing a 61-year-old grandmother at her Johnson County home nearly five years ago.
January 28 2015
Fort Worth man on death row loses US Supreme Court appeal
Texas
HOUSTON (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a Fort Worth man convicted of killing a 61-year-old grandmother at her Johnson County home nearly five years ago.
January 28 2015
Transgender woman killed in north Tyler, friends believe it was a hate crime
Earth, Texas
TYLER (KYTX)-Tyler Police detectives are searching for clues after a transgender woman was shot to death early Monday morning. Police identified the victim as 24-year-old Tyrone Lee Underwood, but on social media and to her friends, she was known as Ty.
January 27 2015
East Texas flu cases higher than usual early in the season
Texas
According to recent reports, enough people have died in the U.S. so far this flu season to reach the epidemic level threshold set by the C.D.C. Even though health officials in Angelina and Nacogdoches counties have reported higher than usual flu cases this early in the season, there isn't reason to panic.
January 23 2015
UPDATE: Suspect named, early autopsy released in Jan. 16 Longview murder
Mathis, Texas
Longview Police have now identified the suspect involved in a shooting in south Longview last week.
January 21 2015
Police release identities of men killed in Friday's I-20 wrecks
Texas
An early morning accident involving two 18-wheelers that collided and caught fire has the westbound side of the interstate shut down in Gregg County.
January 21 2015
East Texas driver injured after rear-ending fertilizer truck
Texas
Around 6 pm Thursday night a Toyota Camry was traveling on U.S. Interstate 69 north when it rear ended an 18-wheeler.The driver of the Camry was transported to an area hospital with unknown injuries.Texas Department of Public Safety, Angelina County Sheriff's Department, Lufkin Fire Department, and the Central volunteer Fire Department were on the scene to respond to the incident.Early reports ...
January 21 2015
ETX boy pleads guilty to killing adoptive father, brother
Early, Texas
 A 13-year-old Cass County boy pleaded guilty to murder earlier this month in the slaying of his younger brother and adoptive father, officials said. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
January 21 2015
Driscoll Children's Hospital Expansion Expected to Finish by Summer
Texas
It will not be long until Driscoll Children's Hospital has a brand new state-of-the-art emergency room complex in place. Project managers say the expansion and renovation should be complete by early summer.
January 19 2015
Woman Found Guilty of Capital Murder, Sentenced to Life Behind Bars
Early, Texas
One woman will spend the rest of her life behind bars after being found guilty of capital murder. After five hours of deliberations, Desirae Mata was found guilty on Thursday of two counts of capital murder in connection with the May 2010 deaths of Jon Allen and Jay Doyal.
January 16 2015
UPDATE: Area Man Accused Of Killing Teenage Daughter Sentenced
Early, Texas
A Central Texas man who admitted that he killed his teenage daughter in what he claimed was an accidental shooting as he and his children tried to elude someone was sentenced Friday.
January 16 2015
Single-car accident leaves one dead, three injured near Conroe
Texas
Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety are investigating a single-car accident that killed one person and injured three others early Sunday morning in Montgomery County.
January 16 2015
Dismal report on US retail spending hits the stock market
Early, Texas
Dismal news on U.S. retail sales and more signs of slowing global growth sent global stock and commodity markets sharply lower Wednesday. The Dow Jones industrial average at one point shed more than 300 points in the...
January 14 2015
Conflicting Portraits of Ross Ulbricht in Silk Road Case
Early, Texas
Dueling portraits have emerged of Ross W. Ulbricht, the alleged "Silk Road" mastermind whose trial is underway in Manhattan federal court.
January 14 2015
Randall "Bud" Haynes
Texas
Randall "Bud" Haynes, 55, Montgomery, Texas passed away at the VA Illiana Health Care Facility Danville, Illinois in the early morning on Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014, after a tough battle with cancer. Bud
January 13 2015
Supreme Court Rejects Texas Death Row Inmate’s Appeal
Killeen, Texas
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday refused to hear the appeal of a Texas death row inmate convicted of killing a sheriff’s deputy nearly eight years ago.
January 12 2015
SeniorAdvisor.com Honors 2015 Best of Senior Living Award Recipients
Texas
AUSTIN, Texas -- via PRWEB - SeniorAdvisor.com, the premier ratings and reviews site for senior care and services nationwide, today announced the Best of 2015 Awards. Nearly 900 assisted living, in-home ...
January 09 2015
Flu season getting worse across Central Texas
Texas
The number of flu cases are on the rise across the country and across Central Texas. According to the Bell County Public Health District, the number of influenza like illnesses are nearly tripled compared to the average.
January 08 2015
Frank Frisbie directs final concert
Texas
Editor’s note: This column, taken from Jon Mark Beilue’s book, “This Might be a Good Story ...” first appeared in the Amarillo Globe-News on Sept. 6, 2011. Two years ago, Frank and Jan Frisbie cried together and shared memories of nearly 25 years of marriage. They were in the critical care unit at Baptist St. Anthony’s Hospital after Frank had suffered a massive heart attack. A doctor was blunt ...
January 07 2015
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