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Amazon is giving away free vinyl records.
The flooding over the weekend is still causing delays and cancellations.
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On Monday morning, Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg said she plans on appealing the case to a higher court.
The Aleman family considers themselves lucky to be alive after calling for help as water began flooding around their home on Friday.
Former U.S. Senator of Tennessee Fred Dalton Thompson has died on Sunday at age 73, according to a statement released by his family.
Marlin Police Chief Darrell Allen is in critical condition after he was shot in the head while working an off-duty security job at a bar in …
Louisiana State Troopers had the honor of welcoming Trooper Thomas Walton to the select ranks of the Louisiana State Police.
A Whitehall man was injured after police say his girlfriend attacked him with a mounted fish.
This comes after flooding caused major damage over Halloween weekend.
Officials say the parks will be closed until they can fully assess and repair the damage, which could take weeks or months.
Austin ISD officials say the severe storms left two to four inches of standing water in classrooms at Palm Elementary School.
Flood victims can receive helpful items and resources at multiple locations throughout central Texas.