Multiple police departments are posting photos of their employees after a picture of three Gainsville police officers went viral.
The woman’s granddaughter reached out to police through Facebook and asked them to check in one her.
In a video posted to its social media pages, people can be seen holding signs with “Here for you, Florida,” written on them.
Still, more than 100 people are staying the night Thursday in the shelter.
Once inside, Florida deputies found the victim, dead in the bed she shared with her mother.
The video has gone viral. People all over the world have seen it, and the majority are stunned by what they witnessed.
La Grange, described by the center as the cradle of Czech immigration to Texas, has a large population per capita of residents of Czech desc…
A database search found Apeler had 72 scrap metal-related transactions for recycling since January.
Many times after major natural disasters, people only think to give to organizations working directly with those impacted.
Volunteers helped children pick out new clothes at Target.
The Wimberley man has helped restore around 500 hard drives that were swamped by the Memorial Day flood.
Local officials are optimistic new site will provide useful resources and information.
The fundraising event will be held on Sunday, Sept. 17 at the Mohawk at 912 Red River St.
Comments quickly started pouring in from people talking about how “hot” the officers are. As of Tuesday night, the picture had more than 94,…
According to the police department, Sister Margaret Ann was cutting the trees to clear neighborhood roadways following Hurricane Irma.
The items that are delivered to Harvey donation centers are quickly given away, creating a constant need for resources, one organizer said.
George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Chris Stapleton are among the artists featured at the telethon.
Although the Beaumont units kept their inmates during the storm, five state prisons south of Houston were evacuated.
The memo said employees cannot evacuate due to their “responsibility and commitment” to the community.
Under Texas law, vendors cannot charge excessively for necessities such as food, water, clothing or fuel.