• Texas Mar 6

    Texas Ice Cream Licker Gets Jail Time for Walmart Stunt

    A 24-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail for posting on social media a video last August of himself removing an ice cream container from a Texas market freezer, licking the contents and returning the container to the freezer. D’Adrien Anderson, 24, also was sentenced to an additional six-month jail term probated for two years and ordered…

  • Captain Nov 29, 2019

    Fire Continues at Texas Plant; 50,000 Under Evacuation Order

    More than 50,000 people in East Texas remained under a mandatory evacuation order Thursday as a fire continued to burn at a chemical plant, one day after two massive explosions there.

  • JUDGE Nov 28, 2019

    3 Hurt at Texas Chemical Plant Hit by 2 Massive Explosions

    Two massive explosions 13 hours apart tore through a Texas chemical plant Wednesday, and one left three workers injured. The blasts blew out windows and doors of nearby homes and prompted a mandatory evacuation of a 4-mile radius from the plant in Port Neches in Southeast Texas, about 80 miles east of Houston. Officials say they have no estimate for...

  • Mayor Aug 23, 2018

    Year After Harvey, Poor Having Toughest Time Recovering

    Hurricane Harvey has been described as the storm that didn’t discriminate, inflicting an estimated $125 billion in total damage on rich and poor alike. But community leaders say that in the year since the storm came ashore, those in the poorest afflicted areas are having a harder time recovering. Unlike wealthier homeowners who could draw on savings and were more...

  • NBC Sep 14, 2017

    Barges to House Harvey Evacuees

    Two FEMA barges capable of housing hundreds of Hurricane Harvey evacuees are on their way to Port Arthur, Texas. Not everyone is happy with the news.

  • director Oct 13, 2014

    Louisiana Officials Don't Want Ebola Waste in State

    A state judge signed an order Monday temporarily blocking ash from the incineration of a Texas Ebola victim’s belongings to be disposed of at a southwest Louisiana site.

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