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  • Police arrest man after several hour standoff

    Police arrest man after several hour standoff

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 2:25 AM EDT2018-07-18 06:25:38 GMT

    PREMONT- A man is in custody tonight after a standoff with hundreds of policemen that took several hours.  

    PREMONT- A man is in custody tonight after a standoff with hundreds of policemen that took several hours.  

  • State Health Services confirm first West Nile cases of the year

    State Health Services confirm first West Nile cases of the year

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 2:18 AM EDT2018-07-18 06:18:52 GMT
    Mosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN OnlineMosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN Online
    Mosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN OnlineMosquitos like this one can carry West Nile virus. Cropped Photo: CDC / MGN Online

    The Texas Department of State Health Services is confirming three cases of West Nile disease reported last week by local health departments in Austin, Dallas and Galveston.

    The Texas Department of State Health Services is confirming three cases of West Nile disease reported last week by local health departments in Austin, Dallas and Galveston.

  • Secretary Perry alma mater says he didn't tilt nuke lab bid

    Secretary Perry alma mater says he didn't tilt nuke lab bid

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 5:45 PM EDT2018-07-17 21:45:18 GMT

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas A&M University leaders said Tuesday that Energy Secretary Rick Perry wasn't involved in his alma mater getting a $2.5 billion nuclear weapons lab contract at the birthplace of the atomic bomb, which is changing management after years of safety and security lapses.      

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas A&M University leaders said Tuesday that Energy Secretary Rick Perry wasn't involved in his alma mater getting a $2.5 billion nuclear weapons lab contract at the birthplace of the atomic bomb, which is changing management after years of safety and security lapses.      

  • Houston Police take suspected serial killer into custody

    Houston Police take suspected serial killer into custody

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 9:06 AM EDT2018-07-17 13:06:32 GMT
    Jose Gilberto Rodriguez/Houston PoliceJose Gilberto Rodriguez/Houston Police

    Houston residents are on alert as law enforcement search for a person they believe killed multiple people in the last few days.  Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, 46, is wanted for three murders over the past week and at least one home invasion. Houston police say he is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He is described as a Hispanic male, mostly bald, 5'7 with multiple tattoos. He was last seen driving a 2017 Nissan Sentra with a Texas license plate of KPD 2805.  "...

    Houston residents are on alert as law enforcement search for a person they believe killed multiple people in the last few days.  Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, 46, is wanted for three murders over the past week and at least one home invasion. Houston police say he is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He is described as a Hispanic male, mostly bald, 5'7 with multiple tattoos. He was last seen driving a 2017 Nissan Sentra with a Texas license plate of KPD 2805.  "...

  • Texas school district where 10 slain to use metal detectors

    Texas school district where 10 slain to use metal detectors

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 8:59 AM EDT2018-07-17 12:59:55 GMT
    SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - Trustees of a Houston-area school district where 10 people were fatally shot in an attack blamed on a student have voted to install metal detectors at all four campuses.    The board of the Santa Fe Independent School District on Monday approved recommendations from a security and safety committee to accept donated metal detectors.    A 17-year-old male student remains in custody and charged with capital murder in the May 18 gunfire at Sant...
    SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - Trustees of a Houston-area school district where 10 people were fatally shot in an attack blamed on a student have voted to install metal detectors at all four campuses.    The board of the Santa Fe Independent School District on Monday approved recommendations from a security and safety committee to accept donated metal detectors.    A 17-year-old male student remains in custody and charged with capital murder in the May 18 gunfire at Sant...
  • Weight Obsession: It's No Joke

    Weight Obsession: It's No Joke

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 3:08 AM EDT2018-07-17 07:08:02 GMT
    (file)(file)

    (KPRC) Most of us know someone who obsesses about weight, how they look or what they eat. 

    (KPRC) Most of us know someone who obsesses about weight, how they look or what they eat. 

  • Investigation into weeping Virgin Mary statue continues

    Investigation into weeping Virgin Mary statue continues

    Monday, July 16 2018 7:39 PM EDT2018-07-16 23:39:30 GMT
    (Credit: Our Lady of Guadalupe parish.)(Credit: Our Lady of Guadalupe parish.)
    (Credit: Our Lady of Guadalupe parish.)(Credit: Our Lady of Guadalupe parish.)

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - The Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces continues to investigate a Virgin Mary sculpture in a Hobbs church that appears to be weeping.

    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - The Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces continues to investigate a Virgin Mary sculpture in a Hobbs church that appears to be weeping.

  • 3rd worker dies weeks after hospital explosion in Texas

    3rd worker dies weeks after hospital explosion in Texas

    Monday, July 16 2018 7:14 PM EDT2018-07-16 23:14:24 GMT
    PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook)PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook)
    PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook)PHOTO: Building collapse and a fire occurred at Coryell Memorial Healthcare System in Gatesville, Texas, Photo Date: June 26, 2018 (Photo: Glenn Jones / Facebook)

    GATESVILLE, Texas (AP) - A third worker has died after being injured in an explosion last month at a hospital in Central Texas.

    GATESVILLE, Texas (AP) - A third worker has died after being injured in an explosion last month at a hospital in Central Texas.

  • Border Patrol arrests member of Sureño gang near Freer

    Border Patrol arrests member of Sureño gang near Freer

    Monday, July 16 2018 9:58 AM EDT2018-07-16 13:58:21 GMT
    Photo: Border PatrolPhoto: Border Patrol

    A member of the Sureño gang was caught by Freer Border Patrol agents trying to cross the U.S./Mexico border illegally over the weekend.  The gang member was among 8 undocumented migrants arrested near Freer on Friday. All 8 were taken to the station for processing when one admitted to being a member of the violent gang, according to a press released by Border Patrol.  "The men and women in the United States Border Patrol encounter hundreds of individuals on a d...

    A member of the Sureño gang was caught by Freer Border Patrol agents trying to cross the U.S./Mexico border illegally over the weekend.  The gang member was among 8 undocumented migrants arrested near Freer on Friday. All 8 were taken to the station for processing when one admitted to being a member of the violent gang, according to a press released by Border Patrol.  "The men and women in the United States Border Patrol encounter hundreds of individuals on a d...

  • West Texas woman charged with capital murder for baby death

    West Texas woman charged with capital murder for baby death

    Sunday, July 15 2018 10:20 PM EDT2018-07-16 02:20:54 GMT
    (Courtesy: KWES-TV)(Courtesy: KWES-TV)
    (Courtesy: KWES-TV)(Courtesy: KWES-TV)

    ODESSA, Texas (AP) - A 19-year-old West Texas woman has been jailed and held on $250,000 bond on a capital murder charge for the death of her 3-month-old daughter. 

    ODESSA, Texas (AP) - A 19-year-old West Texas woman has been jailed and held on $250,000 bond on a capital murder charge for the death of her 3-month-old daughter. 

  • 2 dead in crash of small plane southeast of Houston

    2 dead in crash of small plane southeast of Houston

    Sunday, July 15 2018 3:02 PM EDT2018-07-15 19:02:34 GMT

    LA PORTE, Texas (AP) - Authorities say two people have died in the crash of a small experimental aircraft as it was trying to land in Southeast Texas. 

    LA PORTE, Texas (AP) - Authorities say two people have died in the crash of a small experimental aircraft as it was trying to land in Southeast Texas. 

  • Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner leads South America trip

    Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner leads South America trip

    Sunday, July 15 2018 2:22 PM EDT2018-07-15 18:22:20 GMT
    Houston Mayor Sylvester TurnerHouston Mayor Sylvester Turner
    Houston Mayor Sylvester TurnerHouston Mayor Sylvester Turner

    HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is leading a South American trade and investment mission with stops in Peru, Chile and Argentina.

    HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is leading a South American trade and investment mission with stops in Peru, Chile and Argentina.

  • Man shooting shotgun in South Texas park killed by police

    Man shooting shotgun in South Texas park killed by police

    Sunday, July 15 2018 12:45 PM EDT2018-07-15 16:45:25 GMT
    file photofile photo
    file photofile photo

    DILLEY, Texas (AP) - Texas Rangers are investigating the fatal shooting of a man by police at a South Texas park. Authorities say the man was firing a shotgun at a public park in Dilley when he was shot and killed by officers in the city about 70 miles southwest of San Antonio. 

    DILLEY, Texas (AP) - Texas Rangers are investigating the fatal shooting of a man by police at a South Texas park. Authorities say the man was firing a shotgun at a public park in Dilley when he was shot and killed by officers in the city about 70 miles southwest of San Antonio. 

  • Man with assault weapon shot by Harris County deputy

    Man with assault weapon shot by Harris County deputy

    Sunday, July 15 2018 12:06 PM EDT2018-07-15 16:06:04 GMT
    file photofile photo

    HOUSTON (AP) - Harris County sheriff's officials say a man has been shot and wounded by a deputy responding to a call about a disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend. 

    HOUSTON (AP) - Harris County sheriff's officials say a man has been shot and wounded by a deputy responding to a call about a disturbance between a boyfriend and girlfriend. 

  • Texas man gets prison, must repay $2.4M in pay phone scam

    Texas man gets prison, must repay $2.4M in pay phone scam

    Saturday, July 14 2018 6:44 PM EDT2018-07-14 22:44:53 GMT

    HOUSTON (AP) - A Houston-area man must serve 18 months in federal prison and repay $2.4 million for what prosecutors call a pay phone scam since 2005.     

    HOUSTON (AP) - A Houston-area man must serve 18 months in federal prison and repay $2.4 million for what prosecutors call a pay phone scam since 2005.     

  • Woman going to prison for trying to sell 2-year-old for sex

    Woman going to prison for trying to sell 2-year-old for sex

    Saturday, July 14 2018 1:22 PM EDT2018-07-14 17:22:45 GMT
    Sarah Marie Peters booking photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's OfficeSarah Marie Peters booking photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

    CONROE, Texas (AP) - A Houston woman accused of offering to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex at a cost of $1,200 has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.    

    CONROE, Texas (AP) - A Houston woman accused of offering to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex at a cost of $1,200 has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.    

  • Houstonians face traffic nightmare this weekend

    Houstonians face traffic nightmare this weekend

    Friday, July 13 2018 5:24 PM EDT2018-07-13 21:24:12 GMT
    PHOTO: Traffic jam, Photo Date: 10/21/2013PHOTO: Traffic jam, Photo Date: 10/21/2013
    PHOTO: Traffic jam, Photo Date: 10/21/2013PHOTO: Traffic jam, Photo Date: 10/21/2013

    If you have plans to visit Houston this weekend, you might want to put those plans on hold.

    If you have plans to visit Houston this weekend, you might want to put those plans on hold.

  • AP sources: Army chooses Austin for new Futures Command HQ

    AP sources: Army chooses Austin for new Futures Command HQ

    Thursday, July 12 2018 8:41 PM EDT2018-07-13 00:41:31 GMT

    WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. officials say Army leaders will announce on Friday that they've chosen Austin, Texas, as the location for a new command headquarters that will focus on how to modernize the service and prepare for future wars. 

    WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. officials say Army leaders will announce on Friday that they've chosen Austin, Texas, as the location for a new command headquarters that will focus on how to modernize the service and prepare for future wars. 

  • Texas school to auction Confederacy items after name change

    Texas school to auction Confederacy items after name change

    Thursday, July 12 2018 6:08 PM EDT2018-07-12 22:08:22 GMT

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - San Antonio district officials are cleaning out mascot costumes, athletic gear, banners and other memorabilia after removing a Confederate reference from a high school's name. 

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) - San Antonio district officials are cleaning out mascot costumes, athletic gear, banners and other memorabilia after removing a Confederate reference from a high school's name. 

  • Texas, nationwide retail gasoline prices up penny this week

    Texas, nationwide retail gasoline prices up penny this week

    Thursday, July 12 2018 3:34 PM EDT2018-07-12 19:34:10 GMT

    COPPELL, Texas (AP) - Texas and nationwide retail gasoline prices are up a penny per gallon this week. AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump statewide was $2.66 per gallon. Drivers across the U.S. are paying an average $2.88 per gallon.

    COPPELL, Texas (AP) - Texas and nationwide retail gasoline prices are up a penny per gallon this week. AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump statewide was $2.66 per gallon. Drivers across the U.S. are paying an average $2.88 per gallon.

  • Man wrongly named as suspect in Dallas police shooting sues

    Man wrongly named as suspect in Dallas police shooting sues

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 8:13 PM EDT2018-07-12 00:13:49 GMT
    Police in downtown Dallas during a sniper attack, Photo Date: July 7, 2016Police in downtown Dallas during a sniper attack, Photo Date: July 7, 2016
    Police in downtown Dallas during a sniper attack, Photo Date: July 7, 2016Police in downtown Dallas during a sniper attack, Photo Date: July 7, 2016

    DALLAS (AP) - A man wrongly identified by Dallas police as a suspect in the 2016 fatal shooting of five police officers is suing the city and its police department.

    DALLAS (AP) - A man wrongly identified by Dallas police as a suspect in the 2016 fatal shooting of five police officers is suing the city and its police department.

  • Officials: 4-year-old stepson of Texas lawman shot himself

    Officials: 4-year-old stepson of Texas lawman shot himself

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 4:21 PM EDT2018-07-11 20:21:07 GMT
    file photofile photo
    file photofile photo

    HOUSTON (AP) - Authorities in Southeast Texas are trying to determine if the 4-year-old stepson of a sheriff's sergeant shot himself in the head with his stepfather's service weapon. 

    HOUSTON (AP) - Authorities in Southeast Texas are trying to determine if the 4-year-old stepson of a sheriff's sergeant shot himself in the head with his stepfather's service weapon. 

  • Texas district OKs $1.5M for security after school shooting

    Texas district OKs $1.5M for security after school shooting

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 4:17 PM EDT2018-07-11 20:17:59 GMT

    SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - A school district near Houston has approved at least $1.5 million for increased security at its high school where a gunman killed eight students and two teachers two months ago. 

    SANTA FE, Texas (AP) - A school district near Houston has approved at least $1.5 million for increased security at its high school where a gunman killed eight students and two teachers two months ago. 

  • Jurors shown mosque arson suspect's anti-Muslim writings

    Jurors shown mosque arson suspect's anti-Muslim writings

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 8:46 AM EDT2018-07-11 12:46:42 GMT
    Authorities say the fire that destroyed Victoria's mosque was an arson. (KRIS, File Photo)Authorities say the fire that destroyed Victoria's mosque was an arson. (KRIS, File Photo)
    Authorities say the fire that destroyed Victoria's mosque was an arson. (KRIS, File Photo)Authorities say the fire that destroyed Victoria's mosque was an arson. (KRIS, File Photo)
    VICTORIA, Texas (AP) - Prosecutors say a Texas man accused of torching a mosque made plans to create a "rogue unit" to monitor and possibly confront Muslims at the Islamic center.    Marq Vincent Perez is on trial for federal arson and hate crime charges for the 2017 fire that destroyed a mosque in Victoria, about 120 miles (190 kilometers) southwest of Houston. On Tuesday, jurors saw private messages and Facebook posts that prosecutors say show Perez's dislike an...
    VICTORIA, Texas (AP) - Prosecutors say a Texas man accused of torching a mosque made plans to create a "rogue unit" to monitor and possibly confront Muslims at the Islamic center.    Marq Vincent Perez is on trial for federal arson and hate crime charges for the 2017 fire that destroyed a mosque in Victoria, about 120 miles (190 kilometers) southwest of Houston. On Tuesday, jurors saw private messages and Facebook posts that prosecutors say show Perez's dislike an...
  • Tax relief for severe storms and flooding victims

    Tax relief for severe storms and flooding victims

    Tuesday, July 10 2018 3:04 AM EDT2018-07-10 07:04:28 GMT

    Texas - Victims of severe storms and flooding that began on June 19, 2018 in parts of Texas may qualify for tax relief from the Internal Revenue Service. The President has declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Texas. Following the recent disaster declaration for individual assistance issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the IRS announced today that affected taxpayers in certain Texas counties will receive tax relief. Individuals who reside or have a bus...

    Texas - Victims of severe storms and flooding that began on June 19, 2018 in parts of Texas may qualify for tax relief from the Internal Revenue Service. The President has declared that a major disaster exists in the State of Texas. Following the recent disaster declaration for individual assistance issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the IRS announced today that affected taxpayers in certain Texas counties will receive tax relief. Individuals who reside or have a bus...

  • Texas paid $500,000 for experts in abortion law challenges

    Texas paid $500,000 for experts in abortion law challenges

    Monday, July 9 2018 5:20 AM EDT2018-07-09 09:20:02 GMT

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A newspaper review has found the Texas Attorney General's Office has spent $500,000 to defend the state's recent abortion restrictions with expert court testimony that has mostly been given little or no weight by judges.

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A newspaper review has found the Texas Attorney General's Office has spent $500,000 to defend the state's recent abortion restrictions with expert court testimony that has mostly been given little or no weight by judges.

  • FDA recalls dietary supplement

    FDA recalls dietary supplement

    Monday, July 9 2018 3:48 AM EDT2018-07-09 07:48:34 GMT
    Photo courtesy of the FDA.Photo courtesy of the FDA.

    Prescript-Assist dietary supplement was distributed nationwide, including through online sales on the LL’s Magnetic Clay website and brick and mortar retailers.

    Prescript-Assist dietary supplement was distributed nationwide, including through online sales on the LL’s Magnetic Clay website and brick and mortar retailers.

  • Man accused of posing as Texas teen student faces new charge

    Man accused of posing as Texas teen student faces new charge

    Sunday, July 8 2018 7:28 PM EDT2018-07-08 23:28:05 GMT
    photo: NBC DFWphoto: NBC DFW
    photo: NBC DFWphoto: NBC DFW

    DALLAS (AP) - A 25-year-old man accused of posing as a 17-year-old student and Hurricane Harvey evacuee so he could play basketball at a Dallas high school is facing a new charge in his case.

    DALLAS (AP) - A 25-year-old man accused of posing as a 17-year-old student and Hurricane Harvey evacuee so he could play basketball at a Dallas high school is facing a new charge in his case.

  • Texas officer pulling gun on kids prompts review

    Texas officer pulling gun on kids prompts review

    Sunday, July 8 2018 5:36 PM EDT2018-07-08 21:36:09 GMT
    (Courtesy: KTSM-TV)(Courtesy: KTSM-TV)
    Courtesy: KTSM-TV)Courtesy: KTSM-TV)

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A West Texas police officer's actions are being reviewed after he was captured on video pointing his gun at a group of children during an arrest.

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A West Texas police officer's actions are being reviewed after he was captured on video pointing his gun at a group of children during an arrest.

  • Plan to rename Hobo Jungle Park in Texarkana draws scrutiny

    Plan to rename Hobo Jungle Park in Texarkana draws scrutiny

    Sunday, July 8 2018 12:55 PM EDT2018-07-08 16:55:24 GMT

    TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) - Some Texarkana residents have questioned a plan to rename a city park in Arkansas. The Texarkana Gazette reports the Texarkana Board of Directors voted to rename Hobo Jungle Park as Ermer Dansby Pondexter Sports Complex, for the African-American leader. 

    TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) - Some Texarkana residents have questioned a plan to rename a city park in Arkansas. The Texarkana Gazette reports the Texarkana Board of Directors voted to rename Hobo Jungle Park as Ermer Dansby Pondexter Sports Complex, for the African-American leader. 

  • Confederate group replaces stolen markers in North Texas

    Confederate group replaces stolen markers in North Texas

    Sunday, July 8 2018 12:41 PM EDT2018-07-08 16:41:48 GMT
    Lt. Alexander Cameron Camp #2226 Texas Division SCV, Greenville, TxLt. Alexander Cameron Camp #2226 Texas Division SCV, Greenville, Tx
    GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) - A North Texas chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has replaced historical markers of two Confederate soldiers that had been stolen from a graveyard.      The Greenville Herald-Banner reports the new markers were for Benjamin Martin and Lt. Alexander Cameron.      Martin was a Civil War veteran who later became the first Mayor of Greenville, located about 50 miles northeast of Dallas.      Cameron served as H...
    GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) - A North Texas chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has replaced historical markers of two Confederate soldiers that had been stolen from a graveyard.      The Greenville Herald-Banner reports the new markers were for Benjamin Martin and Lt. Alexander Cameron.      Martin was a Civil War veteran who later became the first Mayor of Greenville, located about 50 miles northeast of Dallas.      Cameron served as H...
  • More South Texas land owners getting letters on border wall

    More South Texas land owners getting letters on border wall

    Sunday, July 8 2018 12:29 PM EDT2018-07-08 16:29:33 GMT
    file photofile photo
    file photofile photo
    ROMA, Texas (AP) - More property owners along the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas say they've received notices from the federal government asking to review their land, which could be used for border wall construction.      KENS-TV reports residents in the town of Escobares received letters from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a few weeks ago to get their consent to survey their land.      Rio Grande City School Distric...
    ROMA, Texas (AP) - More property owners along the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas say they've received notices from the federal government asking to review their land, which could be used for border wall construction.      KENS-TV reports residents in the town of Escobares received letters from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a few weeks ago to get their consent to survey their land.      Rio Grande City School Distric...
  • Man naked in Houston-area stores arrested in Oklahoma

    Man naked in Houston-area stores arrested in Oklahoma

    Sunday, June 3 2018 12:01 PM EDT2018-06-03 16:01:29 GMT
    Steven Brazeal - photo MCSOSteven Brazeal - photo MCSO
    Steven Brazeal - photo MCSOSteven Brazeal - photo MCSO

    THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) - Suburban Houston authorities say a former physician wanted for taking off his clothes in several stores has been arrested in Oklahoma.

    THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) - Suburban Houston authorities say a former physician wanted for taking off his clothes in several stores has been arrested in Oklahoma.

  • One city's healthcare is divided by the two states it shares

    One city's healthcare is divided by the two states it shares

    Monday, June 26 2017 7:13 AM EDT2017-06-26 11:13:23 GMT

    The quality of Texarkana's healthcare comes down to what side of the state line residents live on because of the decisions of two states that share this small Southern town.

    The quality of Texarkana's healthcare comes down to what side of the state line residents live on because of the decisions of two states that share this small Southern town.

  • DNC Day 3: Speakers discuss change, endorse Hillary Clinton

    DNC Day 3: Speakers discuss change, endorse Hillary Clinton

    Thursday, July 28 2016 6:35 AM EDT2016-07-28 10:35:03 GMT
    Mary Alice Palacios is a Hillary Clinton delegate.Mary Alice Palacios is a Hillary Clinton delegate.

    The star power was in full force Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention with a theme of "Working Together."  President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden addressed the convention to support Hillary Clinton's candidacy. 

    The star power was in full force Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention with a theme of "Working Together."  President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden addressed the convention to support Hillary Clinton's candidacy. 

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