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Coffee City, Texas police chief fired, department temporarily disbanded after KHOU 11 investigation
Retired Catholic priest booked on criminal charges
As we first reported Thursday, Hecker was indicted on aggravated rape and kidnapping and two other felonies for allegedly choking and raping a teenage boy in 1975.
This Texas town has about 250 people. It has 50 sworn police officers. | Part 1
More than half of the cops in the Coffee City Police Department have been suspended, demoted or fired from their previous jobs.
He spent nearly a month looking desperately for his son – his body was at the coroner's office all along
Justin Smith died on June 18, but his father didn't learn that until July 12, when he got a tip about an unidentified body at the morgue.
1990 cold case: Who killed Cheryl Henry and Andy Atkinson on Lovers Lane in west Houston?
Cheryl was raped and her throat was slit in 1990. Andy was tied to a tree and nearly decapitated. It's a cold case that has haunted two families for decades.
An Oregon man was sued over debt he didn’t owe. The judge dismissed the case and ordered the debt collector pay $19K
LVNV Funding filed more than 2,700 debt collection and debt buyer lawsuits in Oregon last year.
50 years after victim of Houston 'Candy Man' killer Dean Corll was found, there's a new sketch in efforts to identify him
In one of the darkest chapters in Houston history, dozens of boys in the Heights began disappearing in the 70s, lured by a sadistic serial killer.
Former Beaumont restaurant owner loses appeal to new trial after being sentenced to 27 years in food stamp fraud case
Johnny Coleman, former owner of Coleman's Burger Deli in Beaumont's South End, was found guilty in 2021 of illegal possession/transfer of EBT benefits.
Banks warning customers of increased frequency of extortion scams
Hackers will text victims mimicking bank employees, trying to gain access to financial information.
One Nation Under Fire | TV Act 1
The first part of a TEGNA special looking into the state of gun violence in the U.S. From the increase in school and mass shootings to the fight for protection.
One Nation Under Fire | TV Act 2
The second part of a TEGNA special looking into the state of gun violence in the U.S. From the increase in school and mass shootings to the fight for control.
One Nation Under Fire
An investigation into gun violence across the U.S. From how it impacts schools and students to the increase in mass shootings and the ongoing fight for protection.
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