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TEA Takeover: Tensions rise at first community meeting as congresswoman addresses crowd, questions go unanswered
The Texas Education Agency is hosting its first of four community meetings Tuesday night, nearly a week after the state announced it would move forward with a takeover of its largest school district.
‘Citgo 6′ member files $100M lawsuit against company, claiming he was political pawn, abandoned during 5-year ordeal
Former Citgo employee Tomeu Vadell and his family filed a $100 million lawsuit on Tuesday in Harris County court against Citgo Petroleum Corporation, claiming he was used as a political pawn and abandoned by the company during his five-year incarceration and torture in Venezuela.
Mother of 2-year-old killed during domestic dispute says family called police multiple times, but felt they were ignored
The family said the chase was the end of a string of events that started on Wednesday, March 15 when they claim the suspect barged into their home and took the 2-year-old from the bathtub.
Drug shortages are rising and pose a national security risk, new report warns
Children’s medication, antibiotics and treatment for ADHD are among a number of drugs that have been in short supply in recent months — and these shortages of critical medications are only rising, according to a new report released on Wednesday.
Here’s what to know about a possible President Donald Trump indictment
The decision whether to indict former President Donald Trump over hush-money payments made on his behalf during his 2016 presidential campaign lies in the hands of a Manhattan grand jury that has been meeting in secret to hear evidence for weeks.
Family of 16-year-old shot to death in January files multi-million dollar lawsuit against Baytown apartment complex
The family of a 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed at a Baytown apartment complex in January has filed a multi-million lawsuit against the complex for negligence, according to a release.