TCU's Doctson named Campbell player of the week

Josh Doctson was in on just about every play for TCU on Saturday, including the game-winning touchdown against Texas Tech. The outstanding numbers by the senior wide receiver earned Doctson the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week for the fourth week of the college football season, Cindy Smoak, vice president of SPORTyler,…

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Coach accused in referee hit resigns

ROUND ROCK (TNS) - An assistant Texas high school football coach accused of ordering players to hit a referee who allegedly hurled racial slurs during a game has resigned, and the head coach may also face discipline, administrators said Thursday.

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Coach accused in referee hit resigns

ROUND ROCK (TNS) - An assistant Texas high school football coach accused of ordering players to hit a referee who allegedly hurled…

24 September 2015 [11:21 PM]
Man pleads not guilty to murder charges in 2014 SXSW crash

AUSTIN (TNS) -Rashad Owens, charged with killing four people and injuring more than 20 others during the South By Southwest Music Festival in March 2014, pleaded not guilty to capital murder and four counts of murder. The 23-year-old made a…

24 September 2015 [10:56 PM]
Boy withdraws from school that suspended him over clock

DALLAS (AP) - The family of a 14-year-old Muslim student who got in trouble over a homemade clock mistaken for a possible bomb withdrew the boy Monday from his suburban Dallas high school. Ahmed Mohamed's father, Mohamed El-Hassan Mohamed, said…

22 September 2015 [04:19 AM]
2 airlifted to hospital after house explodes in Waxahachie

WAXAHACHIE, Texas (AP) - Two people have been airlifted to a hospital after an explosion destroyed a home in North Texas and damaged about a dozen others, officials said. Two adults who were in the Waxahachie home were airlifted to…

22 September 2015 [04:16 AM]
Worker electrocuted at under-construction school in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Officials say an electrician has died after being shocked while working on power lines at an under-construction school in San Antonio. The Judson Independent School District says the electrocution victim was discovered Thursday afternoon when co-workers…

18 September 2015 [08:00 AM]
President of Civitan to visit local chapter

Debbie Juhlke, the incoming president of Civitan International, will visit Tyler on Saturday to meet with the local chapter. Ms. Juhlke begins her term as president Oct. 1. She’s an active leader with the organization, and has helped build 11…

17 September 2015 [04:04 AM]
About 2,500 same-sex marriage licenses issued in Texas

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Texas has issued an estimated 2,500 marriage licenses to same-sex couples since the practice was legalized, nearly 6 percent of all marriage licenses statewide. Carrie Williams, spokeswoman for the Texas Department of State Health Services,…

14 September 2015 [04:07 AM]
Officials scrutinized in biker shootout case

WACO (AP) - The secrecy that enshrouds the investigation into a biker shootout in May that left nine people dead and led to the mass-arrest of 177 people is hardly surprising in this city, where public scrutiny is rare and…

14 September 2015 [04:04 AM]
Dallas woman held in dentist slaying; other suspects sought

DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas woman is being held on a capital murder charge in the slaying of a pediatric dentist in an apartment parking garage, and police are looking for other suspects. Crystal Cortes told investigators she drove Kendra…

08 September 2015 [07:37 AM]
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