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Two vehicles were swallowed in the sinkhole, one driver made it out but the second driver died inside the vehicle.
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A reporter from Alabama was on the flight and captured the newborn’s cries on video.
The Public Safety Commission will receive an update concerning the growing backlog of DNA cases and when the APD lab may reopen.
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Young drivers get a chance to text and drive in a controlled environment and wear drunk goggles behind the wheel.
In the Jewish faith, it is commanded that every congregation write a Torah.
On Monday, Princess Astrid will meet with Mayor Adler at city hall. In the evening, Gov. Abbott will hold a state dinner.
Sean Kelley was killed when police say the driver ran a red light and hit Kelley in Round Rock’s downtown district.
At around 11:30 a.m., the Elgin Police department received the call about the crash on Main Street Crossing.
Once the results from the water samples are collected, WTCPUA will notify customers when the water in the area is safe for consumption.
The woman, identified as 83-year-old Lucina Jaramillo, was pronounced dead at the scene.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Sunday that it won’t grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Police said Keller, a former postal employee for 30 years, gained entry using an old security code for the door.
The search for bodies is expected to continue at least 48 hours.
Tthe beaver walked through the door, wandered into the Christmas section and knocked a few items over before being safely removed.