What happened to Jason Landry? Former FBI agent offers alternate theory as Texas attorney general agrees to reopen case
An army of people have covered more than 50 square miles on the ground; hundreds more have been covered in the air, and a pond has been drained, but still no sign of missing Texas State University student, Jason Landry.
KPRC 2 Investigates: Are you paying for someone else’s electricity? One man found out the hard way - after discovering 7 fake accounts
Thieves are using stolen identification to open electricity accounts up and in some cases several accounts. Hear from one man who discovered seven accounts using his personal information! KPRC 2 Investigates is uncovering how electricity companies are doing very little to stop this from happening. Plus, what you should be doing to protect your private information.
Doctors believe in order to properly track breakthrough cases, changes will be needed from CDC
The Texas Department of State Health Services said there have been “343 clinically severe vaccine breakthrough cases reported in Texas,” dating back to Feb. 8, 2020, the date the state of Texas started tracking them.