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  1. Azle parents arrested for leaving son in car while getting drunk at bar

    Azle parents arrested for leaving son in car while getting drunk at bar

    Police say Brandon and Tracy Murphy left their 12-year-old son in the car while getting drunk at a bar.

  2. Dallas police shooting

    Former Dallas senior corporal indicted in shooting of teen

    A former Dallas senior corporal who was fired after she shot an unarmed teen was indicted on aggravated assault Thursday, according to a source with the Dallas Police Department.

  3. Charmelle Henry

    Carrollton woman jailed in West Texas over corn dog incident

    Charmelle Henry wasn't happy with the microwaved corn dog she got from a business in Midland. So she allegedly threw it at the clerk — who gave her another one.

  4. New executive bus comes with conference room, steward

    New executive bus comes with conference room, steward

    Vonlane has announced that it will launch an executive motor coach service on May 5, featuring a six-seat conference room, Wi-Fi -- even its own attendant.

  5. Denton ISD grades

    Denton ISD considers radical grading changes

    The rules of school have been the same for decades. But Denton ISD could soon turn all that upside-down by changing grading strategy.

  6. Crime

    12-year-old found dead after search in Heath

    A Department of Safety spokesperson said there is no reason to believe there is a threat to other residents. Justice of the Peace Nancy Beatty said the boy's cause of death will be determined by the county medical examiner.

  7. He's lovin' it: Ronald McDonald rocking a new look

    He's lovin' it: Ronald McDonald rocking a new look

    The new Ronald sports a red blazer, a red bow tie, red-and-white striped rugby shirt, yellow vest and, yes, yellow cargo pants.

  8. Landmark $3 million judgment in fracking case

    Landmark $3 million judgment in fracking case

    At the end of a three-year court battle, a Wise County family said they are overjoyed to have won a significant legal victory against a local oil and gas company.

  9. Ethan Vasquez

    Standing room only at memorial for young hit-and-run victim

    “I never took the time to ask how he was doing or to see what game he was playing,” said one student, fighting back tears.

  10. 'Time' unveils 100 most influential people

    'Time' unveils 100 most influential people

    The Time 100 is the magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and the issue features tributes written by high-profile guest contributors.

  11. Texas releases math, reading STAAR results

    Texas releases math, reading STAAR results

    The Texas Education Agency released the numbers Thursday. State law says students in fifth and eighth grades must pass the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, tests in reading and math to advance.

  12. Sexual assault

    Boy sexually assaulted while walking to Dallas school

    The child — who police describe as being developmentally disabled — told investigators the man grabbed him around 11 a.m. Wednesday near Jim Miller Road and and C.F. Hawn Freeway in Southeast Dallas.

  13. FDA announces rules restricting e-cigarettes, cigars

    FDA announces rules restricting e-cigarettes, cigars

    As electronic cigarettes soar in popularity, the U.S. government Thursday is proposing historic rules to ban their sale to minors and require warning labels as well as federal approval.

  14. Three American doctors shot dead at Afghan hospital

    Three American doctors shot dead at Afghan hospital

    An Afghan security guard shot and killed three Americans at a hospital in Kabul on Thursday. Officials said the three killed were doctors, including a visiting father and son.

  15. George Clooney blows up in Vegas over Obama insults

    George Clooney blows up in Vegas over Obama insults

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting Wednesday that Clooney got drunk and blew up at a table-full of honchos in Vegas, including Republican casino magnate Steve Wynn, after Wynn criticized the president and the Affordable Care Act.

  16. Nevada rancher defends remarks, loses supporters

    Nevada rancher defends remarks, loses supporters

    Cliven Bundy was quoted in a Times story referring to black people as "the Negro" and recalling a time when he drove past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas and saw black people who "didn't have nothing to do."

  17. Frisco ISD

    Frisco ISD hoping voters will OK $775 million bond package

    The May 10 vote will decide whether the school district can catch up with the city’s exponential growth. “Since October 1, we’ve added 500 kids,” said Frisco Independent School District Superintendent Jeremy Lyon.

  18. Deputy fired after he shoots Rains County family's farm dog

    Deputy fired after he shoots Rains County family's farm dog

    An East Texas sheriff says his department can barely function while it fields hundreds of calls and threats. He fired the deputy who shot a dog in the back of the head, but the complaints keep coming.

  19. UT Tower

    UT students serve jail time for protests

    Several University of Texas students spent some time at the Travis County Jail Wednesday night, but they're not letting it end their protest. The students are opposing cost-cutting program they say will eliminate hundreds of jobs.

  20. Flu shots

    CDC hits back at anti-vaccine movement

    Vaccines given to infants and young children over the past two decades will prevent 322 million illnesses, 21 million hospitalizations and 732,000 deaths over the course of their lifetimes, according to a new report from the CDC.