Tag: Texas

Texas church gunman ‘seemed miserable’ as a security guard last week

Photo: Texas Dept. of Public Safety Photo: First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, TX / Facebook 09 NOV 17 19:02 ET By Holly Yan and AnneClaire Stapleton, CNN (CNN) — The gunman is dead, but the number of red flags found in his past keeps growing. We now know Devin Patrick Kelley escaped from a mental health facility after sneaking guns onto an Air Force base and threatening commanders. But it wasn’t enough to prevent him from buying four guns afterward. We also know he beat a former wife, abused his former stepson, posted about his rifle and his affinity for mass...

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Texas AG Paxton Visits Laredo to Discuss Border Security and SB4

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton visiting Laredo earlier today to discuss border security and the implementation of SB4. Paxton held a press conference to speak with law enforcement and community members on the 5th us circuit court of appeals ruling stating that local law enforcement agencies must honor all federal immigration holds for people who are in the country illegally. The law states that the state won’t penalize officials who refused to enforce federal immigration law. The court set a hearing for November 6th for cities who filed a lawsuit against as before claiming the law is unconstitutional because...

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Hurricane Harvey Donations Delivered!

Our first trailer has made it to Pearland Texas and has delivered your donations at the Crossroad Community Church. Here are some photos. A very special thank you to all Fox viewers who participated and donated their time and money to get these badly needed supplies to those who need them. This is Crossroad Community Church in Pearland Texas!! This is Crossroad Community Church in Pearland Texas!! This is Crossroad Community Church in Pearland Texas!! This is Crossroad Community Church in Pearland Texas!! This is Crossroad Community Church in Pearland Texas!! Thank you to our amazing viewers, listeners and...

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A federal court has temporarily blocked SB-4

A federal court has temporarily blocked the anti-immigrant law known as SB-4. The “Sanctuary Cities” or “Show Me Your Papers” law would have allowed police, sheriffs, constables and law enforcement agencies in Texas to inquire people about their immigration status during their routine traffic stops. The law was expected to be implemented September 1st but opponents sued, arguing it violated the U.S. Constitution, and U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia’s ruling in San Antonio keeps it from taking effect as planned friday — allowing the case time to...

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Priscilla Martinez has been located and is on her way home

Thirteen-year-old priscilla martinez has been located and is on her way home. Meanwhile, her uncle will be facing multiple charges with county, state and federal agencies. Rudolfo Nuncio, Jr. is facing charges in connection to the abduction of his niece. He was apprehended after leading authorities on a high-speed chase this morning. According to police, the 43-year-old man was located at a truck stop in the community of New Caney, Texas. After U.S. Marshals attempted to approach Nuncio, he accelerated towards them, striking their vehicles and fleeing the scene. The 25-mile chase reached limits of 100 miles per hour,...

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