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- Did You Feel The Irving Earthquakes? November 24, 2014If you thought that you felt the Earth trembling over the weekend, you were right. Irving was hit by a couple of earthquakes, and scientists want to hear from those who felt the shaking.
- Hurst Child Porn Suspect To Be Transferred November 24, 2014One of the suspects in a Hurst child pornography case could be moved to another jail on Monday. Ricardo Lugo is one of two men who were arrested in connection with this case.
- Detective’s Medical Leave Delayed Hurst Child Porn Case November 24, 2014Authorities were tipped off months ago about a man allegedly conspiring with a teen exploit children, but the investigation was delayed of medical leave.
- Ticket Dismissed Against Teen Who Killed Family In Car Crash November 24, 2014A Louisiana prosecutor is dismissing the ticket issued to a Texas teen who killed family in an accidental car crash.
- North Texas Gets Hit With Two Earthquakes In Two Days November 24, 2014Two earthquakes hit North Texas, two days and just two miles apart.
- Colleyville Family Said Flu Shot Could’ve Save Daughter’s Life November 24, 2014Colleyville family wants to spread the word about how flu shots can save live.
- Grapevine Resident Selected To Be Rhodes Scholars November 23, 2014Two Texans have been selected as Rhodes Scholars.
- Three Shot After Argument At House Party November 23, 2014Three people were seriously injured during a physical fight and shooting at home in Parker County.
- Texans Prep To Travel Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend November 23, 2014A travel group predicts about 3.6 million Texans will head out this week to celebrate the long Thanksgiving period.
- Ex-State Senator, UT Vice Chancellor Farabee Dies November 23, 2014Ray Farabee, conservative Democratic state senator and former vice chancellor of the University of Texas system has died