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Man set to die for killing Texas delivery woman
The caller appeared to be faking an elderly woman's voice in placing an order for four dozen doughnuts and breakfast tacos to be delivered to a suburban Dallas home.
FCC: Thousands of hotels don't offer direct 911
Tens of thousands of hotels don't allow guests to directly reach emergency services when they dial 911, according to a national survey taken after a 9-year-old girl couldn't call for help while her mother was being stabbed to death in a Texas motel.
Lawmakers to review juvenile justice policies
Texas lawmakers are taking testimony on what changes may be necessary for the state's juvenile justice system.
Malaysia PM: plane plunged into Indian Ocean
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says a new analysis of satellite data shows that the missing Malaysia Airlines plane plunged into the southern Indian Ocean.
NJCAA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT: History makers
How sweet it is!
The No. 1-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals became the first NJCAA Division I program to win the title three straight years with a 65-46 victory over the Hutchinson Blue Dragons at the Salina Bicentennial Center on Saturday.
Allegations of racehorse abuse being investigated
Racing Hall of Fame-nominated trainer Steve Asmussen and his top assistant are being investigated by thoroughbred racing regulators in New York and Kentucky after an animal rights group alleged they mistreated horses.
TV show to profile late Alaska serial killer
An upcoming special episode of Investigation Discovery's "Dark Minds" TV series says it has new information about confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, including the identity of a potential victim.
San Antonio lawyer admits bribing judge
A San Antonio lawyer pleaded guilty Monday to bribing a state district judge in exchange for favorable rulings.
Texas man gets 20 years for trying to kill judge
A 72-year-old Fort Worth man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for trying to hire someone to kill a federal judge.
Palestine Police Department seeking new officers
As part of a comprehensive recruiting program, the Palestine Police Department is hosting a civil service test to recruit new officers on Saturday, March 29
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