Texas not ready to ease lockdown

A steady rise of coronavirus cases in Texas has forced Gov. Greg Abbott to pause his once-aggressive reopening of the state, reports NBC News. “The last thing we want to do as a state is go backwards and close down businesses," said Abbott's statement. "This temporary pause will help our state corral the spread until we … Continue reading Texas not ready to ease lockdown

‘Foul Play’ suspected in the disappearance of pretty Fort Hood soldier

Reward for anyone with useful information on the disappearance of  US soldier Vanessa Guillen has been increased to $50,000. The attorney for the Vanessa's family, Natalie Khawam, and U.S. Rep. Sylvia Garcia have stated that army investigators are using the words “foul play” as they continue the search for the 20-year-old Fort Hood soldier. Khawam, … Continue reading ‘Foul Play’ suspected in the disappearance of pretty Fort Hood soldier

Texas University shooter kills one, injures others

Two people were killed and a third was wounded on Monday in a shooting at a residence hall on the Texas A&M University campus in Commerce, the school said on social media. The wounded person was taken to a hospital, the school said. The person’s condition was not disclosed. Officials at the campus, part of … Continue reading Texas University shooter kills one, injures others

Gunman kills shoppers at a Walmart in Texas

A gunman killed at least 20 people and wounded 26 others at a Walmart shopping center in El Paso, Texas on Saturday. Local police said they are investigating a manifesto that indicates this mass shooting could be a hate crime. El Paso police have ruled out multiple shooters, and initial reports showed that the gunman … Continue reading Gunman kills shoppers at a Walmart in Texas

Homeless serial killer may have killed more than 90 women, mostly prostitutes

A 78-year-old man sitting in prison in Texas may be among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history, FBI crime analysts report. Image shows Samuel Little, who the police suspect to have murdered over 90 women According to the Texas Rangers, Samuel Little has confessed to 90 murders to date, and the FBI is … Continue reading Homeless serial killer may have killed more than 90 women, mostly prostitutes

‘Texas shooter passed background check,’ gun store claims

A sporting goods chain has confirmed that it sold two firearms to the man who shot up a church in a tiny South Texas community, killing 26 people. Image: Devin Kelley In a statement posted on the company’s social media, Katy, Texas-based Academy Sports & Outdoors confirmed that Devin Patrick Kelley bought the weapons from two … Continue reading ‘Texas shooter passed background check,’ gun store claims

Barack Obama’s statement on Texas Church Shooting

A heartless gunman opened fire at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing 26 people and wounding 20. With the unfortunate normalcy of mass shootings in the U.S., the aftermath usually involves a polarized debate between foregoing politics while the nation heals, and, quite literally, jumping the gun on gun control reform. With each mass shooting … Continue reading Barack Obama’s statement on Texas Church Shooting

Don’t buy Used Cars until you read this

Statistics from the recent flooding in parts of Texas and Florida show that used car dealers are worst hit and experts have warned potential buyers to watch out for hidden dangers. Are you thinking of getting good deals in the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma? Think twice. There are speculations that the number of … Continue reading Don’t buy Used Cars until you read this

How You can help Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey made landfall Friday as a Category 4 storm, slamming Texas with brutal winds and severe flooding, leaving Houston underwater and millions of residents in need of aid. Here are some ways you can help. Red Cross Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recommended that those who want to help victims should donate to the American Red … Continue reading How You can help Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Texas Coffee Company recalls Products with Viagra-like substance

A company in Texas, USA, has recalled its coffee supplies after a viagra-like substance was discovered in the products. The affected company issued a voluntary recall in order to avoid health complications which may arise from consuming the substance similar to one used in Viagra, according to an official notice from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration notice. … Continue reading Texas Coffee Company recalls Products with Viagra-like substance