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Fort Worth Star-Telegram
808 Throckmorton St
Fort Worth, TX 76102 Directions
Two freshmen pledges were ordered to take 10 to 15 drinks of vodka and eat expired guacamole during a hazing incident at TCU, according to an arrest warrant. One pledge … Click to Continue »
Forecasters are once again calling for a wet weekend across the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Rain chances will begin Friday and continue into Saturday. “We’re going to see our rain chances … Click to Continue »
Police say they’ll beef up their presence in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards this weekend after an ATF warning that the Mongols motorcycle gang is likely planning a rally there … Click to Continue »
A Southlake couple accused of forcing a West African girl to work in slave-like conditions in their home for more than 16 years has been indicted on charges of forced … Click to Continue »
A nearly $1.3 million makeover of the Bryant Irvin Road bridge over Interstate 20 in southwest Fort Worth has been slowed by contract problems, but state officials say the project … Click to Continue »
KDAF TV - CW33 News Fix
8001 John W Carpenter Frwy
Dallas, TX 75247 Directions
TACOMA, Wash. — A Washington state couple whose Jeep was stolen from a Tacoma hospital parking lot – with their dog in the backseat – have been reunited with their dog and vehicle. Ivey, a 70-pound beagle lab mix, was in the backseat of a Jeep Cherokee when the vehicle was stolen from a Tacoma hospital parking lot. Samantha Worley said their white, 1991 Jeep was recovered Tuesday afternoon in a parking lot, less than 24 hours after it was […]
SOUTHWEST HARBOR, Maine — A Maine lobster pound is experimenting with getting lobsters high off marijuana smoke before killing and cooking them, believing it is “more humane.” In an experiment, Charlotte Gill owner of Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound, put a lobster into a box with a few inches of water and then marijuana smoke was blown into the box, WMTW reports. Gill, who is a licensed medical marijuana caregiver in the state of Maine, claimed that the lobster was calmer for […]
DUPLIN COUNTY, N.C. – Even after a hurricane’s immediate threat of flooding goes away, North Carolina residents could face a host of potential health problems from the water brought by Hurricane Florence — and from what that water leaves behind. In addition to the usual physical and mental challenges floodwaters can typically bring, there is a potential problem for human health that involves some of the state’s key industries: hog farming and coal power generation. Hog farms flooded out An earthen dam surrounding a hog lagoon was breached by floodwaters […]
TOLLAND, Conn. – Sixth grader Will Restall was in the right place at the right time. While riding the bus to Tolland Middle School Monday morning, Will found himself in an emergency situation and stepped up to help. “I received a phone call from William’s principal,” Tara Restall, Will’s mother, told WTIC. “She wanted to let me know that there had been a medical emergency with the bus driver.” “When we got to school, she parked and then fell over,” said Will, […]
It’s game on again for the original PlayStation. Sony plans to release a revamped model of the iconic gaming console, called PlayStation Classic on December 3, Sony announced Wednesday. The company said the game system will retail for $99.99. The new version is 45% smaller than the original and ditches CDs in favor of 20 pre-loaded games, including “Final Fantasy VII,” “Tekken 3” and “Wild Arms.” A complete roster of games will be announced soon, including more “fan favorites,” according to the […]
KTVT TV - CBS 11
5233 Bridge St
Fort Worth, TX 76103 Directions
Adrian Beltre hit his 13th homer of the season for the last-place Rangers.
The person who contracted the virus has West Nile fever, which is not the neuro-invasive form of the virus, which is commonly more serious.
Texas Baptist Men have been deployed to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina.
A small plane crashed near the Houston suburb of Sugar Land in Fort Bend County Wednesday afternoon.
Mohamed Toure and his wife, Denise Toure were arrested in April.
KXAS TV - NBC 5
4805 Amon Carter Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76155 Directions
A seven-month investigation into sexual harassment and workplace misconduct allegations within the Dallas Mavericks organization was released Wednesday afternoon confirming "numerous instances of sexual harassment and other improper workplace conduct within the Mavericks organization" over two decades.Key among the findings were allegations of improper workplace conduct toward 15 female employees by the Mavericks’ former President and CEO Terdema Ussery, including inappropriate comments, touching and forcible kissing, and allegations of improper workplace conduct by former Mavericks ticket sales employee Chris Hyde. Snell Wins 20th, Ties Rays Record in Victory Over Texas Hyde's inappropriate conduct was said to include inappropriate comments to women of a sexual nature, the viewing and sharing of pornographic images and videos, unsolicited and unwanted sexual advances, and violent and threatening outbursts toward co-workers.Additionally, there were two acts of domestic violence allegedly perpetrated by former Mavs.com reporter Earl Sneed, including one against a team employee. Teams Honor 13-Year-Old Who Died Following Football Practice The allegations are part of a 43-page investigative report by Lowenstein Sandler that was released Wednesday afternoon. The NBA's response to the report was released at the same time.Investigators said Ussery engaged in a pattern of harassment and that included unwanted touching and massaging, inappropriate comments and forcible kissing and that he found a number of ways to touch and "compliment" women on their appearance. The investigation substantiated claims made by 13 people between 2000 and 2015. Many of the claims were determined to be credible because many women told colleagues about the misconduct when it happened and many contained common threads, even among women who didn't know each other. Ussery denies inappropriate contact and sexual comments but did admit that he complimented women and massaged one woman's shoulders. He also admitted to having one sexual conversation with one woman but added that she initiated it. Mustang-Panther Stadium Renovation Delayed by Weather Again “We did a lot of things of wrong. And I wasn’t there to oversee him [Ussery]. And so yeah, everybody has every reason to question me, but I just wasn’t there and that was my fault," said team owner Mark Cuban.According to the report there was no evidence Cuban knew of Ussery's behavior or that anyone told him about the behavior, but the same can't be said about Hyde's alleged behavior.The report said 14 current and former employees said Hyde looked at pornographic material on his computer, laptop and phone; another 50 employees said they heard about his alleged behavior. Nine employees said Hyde's monitor was moved against a cubical wall so fewer people would see what he was looking at and seven said he'd made unwanted sexual advances.Sexually explicit images were found on Hyde's computer when it was searched in 2008 as part of a lawsuit. Lawyers for the team notified Cuban who sent a "very strongly worded email" to Ussery and Pittman "telling him to stop it or he'd get fired."In 2011, a condom was seen falling out of Hyde's pants. The incident was recorded on surveillance video and Cuban was notified. According to the report, Cuban said not to make a bigger issue out of it than it was and to put Hyde on probation and warn him of termination should it happen again.Sometime between 2011 and 2013 Cuban said, "this bullshit with Chris Hyde is going to end," when it was believed Hyde was taking kickbacks from a ticket broker.In 2014 Hyde allegedly "behaved inappropriately" with a new female employee; Cuban said to fire him.On Hyde, Cuban told ESPN in a taped interview that aired Wednesday, "Obviously this was a huge mistake on my part. I mean, I was under the impression that he had the first issue with the pornography was resolved and obviously it wasn’t. And I said if anything out of the question happens again, well, what was three years earlier and I hadn’t had any follow up beyond being told that he was being -- from my perspective there weren’t any issues. It was stupid on my part," Cuban said. “I messed up. I should have just fired him on the spot. It was just a huge mistake. There’s just no way to downplay it and if someone were to show me from another company and asked me to read it I would say you can’t make a bigger mistake because that destroys the whole culture of your organization.”As a result of the investigation, Cuban said he's ultimately responsible for the culture and conduct of his employees and has pledged to contributed $10 million to organizations committed to supporting the leadership and development of women in the sports industry and combating domestic violence.“The findings of the independent investigation are disturbing and heartbreaking and no employee in the NBA, or any workplace for that matter, should be subject to the type of working environment described in the report,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. “While nothing will undo the harm caused by a select few former employees of the Mavericks, the workplace reforms and the $10 million that Mark has agreed to contribute are important steps toward rectifying this past behavior and shining a light on a pervasive societal failing — the inability of too many organizations to provide a safe and welcoming workplace for women.”The investigation recommended a number of changes be made at the organization, including increasing the number of women on staff and in leadership positions; Enhancing a formal reporting process for victims of misconduct; Implementing regular employee surveys on workplace culture and expanding and improving the human resources department and instituting clear protocols for investigating allegations of workplace misconduct."The report confirms that several of these steps have already been taken, including the hiring of Ms. Marshall and other new senior female leaders, and notes that 'we heard from employees of a sea change in the professional environment at the Mavericks that began almost immediately following' the publication of the Sports Illustrated article," the league said in a statement.The league is also requiring the Mavericks provide them with quarterly reports regarding the recommendations set forth in the report and their implementation; Immediately report to the league office any instances or allegations of significant misconduct by any employee; Continually enhance and update annual “Respect in the Workplace” training for all staff, including ownership; and implement a program to train all staff, including ownership, on issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.During a taped interview with ESPN, Cuban got emotional discussing how he felt reading the reports and details of what the women who worked for the team went through.“Just the pain that they went through at my company. It was the same way I felt when I stood in front of Mavs employees for the first time after this came out. I apologized to them. It just never in my wildest dreams that I think that this was happening and it was right underneath me. The pain that people went through, the pain that people shared with me as this happened, the tears that I saw. It just hurt and the way I felt was nothing compared to the way they felt. I mean, I, you know, I guess just my nature, I mean recognizing I made a mistake, learn from it, and then try to fix it.”Related stories from NBC DFWMavs CEO Celebrates Completion of 100-Day Plan to Change Workplace CultureMavs to Implement Council Focused on Diversity & Inclusion in the Wake of Off-Season ScandalDallas Mavericks Dancers to Show Less Skin, Clean Up RoutinesDallas Mavericks CEO Launches 100-Day Plan in Wake of ScandalThe Report of the Independent Investigation of Dallas Basketball LimitedPhoto Credit: Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning News
A small, single-engine Cessna crashed Wednesday in suburban Houston, striking several vehicles, officials say.The aircraft crashed at about 3 p.m. in Sugar Land near the intersection of Voss Road and Texas Highway 6, southwest of Houston. Vigil Set for Women Allegedly Killed by Border Patrol Agent Officials said the plane struck several vehicles and was leaking fuelThere was no report of any fire and no injuries have been reported. El Paso's Landmark Ranger Peak Aerial Tram Closed to Public The cause of the crash is under investigation.[[493769201,C,600,338]] Ex-Texas Prison Guard Accused in Deadly Assault of Inmate Photo Credit: Maj. Chad Norvell, Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A longtime Tarrant County judge has been indicted on four felony charges for falsely claiming homestead exemptions to avoid paying property taxes even though she did not live in the homes, prosecutors said.Justice of the Peace Jacqueline Wright surrendered at the Parker County Jail on Wednesday. Air Force Trainer Plane Crashes in San Antonio Her bond was set at $2,500.Prosecutors said she had claimed a homestead exemption on a home in the 6100 block of Ivy Hill Road in Fort Worth but did not live there. Curious Texas: Where Have All the Horned Toads Gone? She was indicted on one count of theft and three counts of tampering with a government record.Wright, 71, served as JP in western Tarrant County for 28 years. Floating Nuclear Plant to be Dismantled in Texas She lost re-election in May to Lake Worth police officer Chris Gregory but was serving the remainder of her term through Dec. 31.Wright was publicly rebuked by the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct four years ago for posting an obscene message on Facebook directed at her opponent and offering a court favor in a pending criminal case.She could not immediately be reached Wednesday for comment on her indictment.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News
Rolling into Bachman Recreation Center on a Saturday morning in August, is the Dallas Junior Mavericks wheelchair basketball team.One of their coaches is Paralympian Gina Jenkins McWilliams. Free Medical, Dental & Eye Care Offered at Fort Worth Event “I want people to look at these children as an athlete first, and then they happen to be an athlete who has a physical challenge greater than most,” Gina said.One of the newest members on this team, is 11-year-old Logan Young. He’s only been playing basketball with the Dallas Junior Mavericks for a few months, but it wasn’t hard for him to connect with his new teammates. FW Police Find Man Shot in Pickup Truck “I just kind of be myself,” Logan said with a smile.Outside of practice, Logan can walk and run, but with a slight limitation. Lyndo Jones Takes the Stand in Mesquite Officer's Trial “Is your right side as strong as your left side?” we asked.“No, this side is weaker,” Logan said, referencing the right side of his body.After being adopted from South Korea at 9 months old, doctors in the US diagnosed Logan with Cerebral Palsy. His mom, Rachel Young, said his symptoms are only physical.“Logan doesn’t really use the right side of his—in particular his right hand, unless he is forced to use it,” Rachel said. “Sometimes he even forgets he has it and so you’ll see him doing everything with the left hand and this [right] hand is way back here. He forgets he even has it.”So wheelchair basketball forces Logan to strengthen both hands.“He doesn’t usually use a wheelchair, but if you wheel in a wheelchair with just the left hand he spins in a circle,” Rachel said. “So he had to learn real quickly that he had to use the right side of that body.”Being forced to use both hands will also help Logan improve in all of the other sports he plays too—everything from golf to floor hockey.“So if you had to rank your sports, which is your favorite?” we asked.“Baseball,” Logan said.Logan is an all-star player in Miracle League DFW. His parents showed us a video of a game where Logan walked up to hit, called his shot with his bat, and then hit a Miracle League home run.His nickname on the field is “Lock and Load Logan.”Logan also earned an invitation to represent Miracle League DFW at Globe Life Field, where he got to throw out the first pitch for the Texas Rangers.“So what was it like when you walked out on the field and you saw all those people?” we asked.“A little nerve racking,” Logan said, but he didn’t let it phase him and he threw a perfect pitch to Ranger Josh Bonifay.“So is there anything you can’t do?” we asked Logan.“Um, I don’t think so,” Logan said with a smile.Logan is an all-around athlete whose love for every game pushes everyone around him.“And he doesn’t let his disability get in the way at all,” his mom, Rachel, said. “We figure out how to make it work for him because he’s determined to do the same things everyone else can do—even though he just uses one half of his body.”And he never turns down an opportunity to try.“I just like having fun and meeting new people and making new friends,” Logan said.Logan starts another season of Miracle League DFW baseball on September 22nd. That day is also the grand opening of the Historymaker Homes Miracle League Pavilion in Arlington, which is handicap-accessible.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News
A great-grandmother and mayor of a small Texas town took down an alligator that was threatening livestock on her ranch.Photo Credit: KPRC-TV
WFAA TV - ABC 8
606 Young St
Dallas, TX 75202 Directions
The oldest house in Plano has survived 157 years, but a team of specialized movers wants to make sure it survives a move from one side of Plano to the other.
"He's just a sweet child that needs love," said Ononye. "If you give him love, that's all he needs."
"I was just sitting there talking to my Dad, and suddenly an explosion went off in my pocket," Mann said.
This exercise solely focuses on high intensity, results-driven group exercise while moving at your own pace.
Chief Renee Hall said federal and state laws prevent her from firing Guyger for the shooting death of Botham Jean. But it was unclear what those laws are.