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Coffee City, Texas police chief fired, department temporarily disbanded after KHOU 11 investigation
Claims of racism, stolen land, and legal wrongdoing — The viral Facebook video that unraveled family history and created a town of confusion
A viral video posted by Bryan native Fabi Payton has garnered significant attention to an issue which could have all been avoided with one legal document.
In wake of KHOU 11 Investigates reports, Coffee City fires police chief, deactivates police department
Coffee City leaders voted unanimously to fire Chief of Police JohnJay Portillo and to deactivate the entire department until a new chief could be hired.
Environmental group blasts ERCOT policy to pay cryptocurrency mining companies to stop operations during peak power demand
The executive director of the group Environment Texas believes the state power grid operator should pay residential customers for conservation instead.
A man was sued over debt he didn’t owe. The judge dismissed the case, and ordered the debt collector pay $19K.
LVNV Funding filed more than 2,700 debt collection and debt buyer lawsuits in Oregon last year.
This Texas town has about 250 people. It has 50 sworn police officers. | Part 1
KHOU 11 Investigates discovered more than half of the cops in the Coffee City Police Department had been suspended, demoted or fired from their previous jobs.
ERCOT manager offers a ‘sincere and heartfelt thank you’ to Texas residents
ERCOT CEO Pablo Vegas said power reserves came close to an emergency alert mid-August, and the public’s response to conservation appeals kept the grid safe.
Caught on camera: Small-town Texas police chief goes on tirade
The police chief of Coffee City, Texas launched a profanity-filled rant against a Harris County constable while working an off-duty security job in Houston.
'My son was in a field for 18 days in 108-degree weather' | Texas mom raises questions after she says a missing person case wasn't taken seriously
21-year-old Jason Forrest went missing on Aug. 7. Nearly three weeks later, deputies notified the family they found a body in an open field they believed to be his.
He spent nearly a month looking desperately for his son – his body was at the coroner's office all along
Justin Smith died on June 18, but his father didn't learn that until July 12, when he got a tip about an unidentified body at the morgue.
1990 cold case: Who killed Cheryl Henry and Andy Atkinson on Lovers Lane in west Houston?
Cheryl was raped and her throat was slit in 1990. Andy was tied to a tree and nearly decapitated. It's a cold case that has haunted two families for decades.
Investigators using DNA to try and solve Texas mother's killing more than 30 years later
Investigators sat down for a one-on-one interview with KHOU 11's Grace White for an inside look at the 1988 killing of Caroline Susan Bolen.
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