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Amarillo Man Gets Life Term for 2014 Slaying of an Ex-Wife
A 35-year-old Amarillo man has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2014 beating and shooting death of one of his ex-wives.
2 Cousins Charged in Garland Clerk Slaying During Robbery
Police say two cousins have been arrested in the investigation of the weekend fatal shooting of a Dallas-area convenience store clerk during a robbery.
Amarillo Police Investigate Theft of 4K Antique Lighters
Amarillo police are investigating a burglary in which thieves lifted about 4,000 antique lighters.
1-Ounce Marijuana Buy Leads to Fatal San Antonio Shooting
A 19-year-old man is facing a capital murder charge in San Antonio for what authorities say was a fatal shooting over 1 ounce (28.35 grams) of marijuana.
Convicted Killer at Fort Worth Kids Party Gets Death Date
A Fort Worth man on death row for the shooting deaths of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother at a children's birthday party a decade ago has received an execution date.
2 Dead, 3 Injured in Suburban Houston House Fire
Authorities continue investigating the cause of a fire in a suburban Houston home that killed a mother and her daughter and injured three others.
Abbott Proposes Revenue Cap to Lower Texas Property Taxes
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has unveiled a plan to cut property taxes, hoping to make the proposal a centerpiece of his re-election campaign despite its needing to be approved by the Legislature.
Bitter Cold, Icy Roads Continue to Plague Parts of Texas
Bitter cold continues to grip parts of Texas as Houston-area authorities urge people to stay off icy roads and a state electricity supplier is asking consumers to moderate their energy use.
Authorities Identify Man Killed by Fort Worth Police in Raid
Authorities have identified a man Fort Worth SWAT officers shot and killed during a drug raid.
Gunfire in Garland Leaves 1 Man Dead, 2 Teens Wounded
Police say gunfire at a Dallas-area residence has one man dead and two teens wounded.