Severely wounded Dallas officer dies, 2 others continue to fight for life

A Dallas police officer who was shot and severely wounded while helping remove a man from a Home Depot store died Wednesday while another officer and a Lowe’s loss prevention officer continue to fight for life.


A wanted man was arrested in Bryan on Tuesday and police say they caught him trying to sell dozens of bags filled with K-2, or synthetic marijuana.


A woman lost control of her vehicle early Wednesday morning and crashed her car into a tree.


The leather working class will be taught by Lauren Schulze of Trinidad Leather on April 27th at 6:30 p.m.



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Madisonville police investigating deadly accidental shooting


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BVTM: Trinidad Leather Class Part 4


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Non-profit offers kids with chronic illness a chance to fly


Macron tells Congress of 'special' US-French bond


Southern style succotash


Vehicle rollover slows traffic on University Drive near Northgate


Comcast challenges Murdoch with rival bid for UK-based Sky


UPDATE: Jury gets case after Cosby painted as predator, victim


Judge seeks update on raids of Trump's personal lawyer


UPDATE: Dallas mayor says 1 officer has died after Home Depot shooting


UPDATE: President seems likely to win travel ban case at Supreme Court


UPDATE: Police searching for man who killed deputy in Maine


College Station police say intruder stands over person as they sleep


Books being collected in honor of Barbara Bush


UPDATE: College basketball panel says ban cheats, end 1-and-done


S.O.S. Ministries plans annual pastors dessert cook-off


Applause - April 25, 2018


Danish inventor convicted of reporter's murder, gets life in prison


Alamo Roadshow makes stop in Bryan


Alice's Attic undergoing renovations


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