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Texas Cop, Wife Sentenced for Smuggling Illegal Aliens

HOUSTON, Texas–A Houston police officer and his wife were sentenced to spend 15 months in a federal prison following their conviction on charges of transporting illegal aliens. The couple will also face supervised release and a fine of $1,000.

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Audio: Trump Boosts Rick Perry as Possible 2018 Ted Cruz Challenger

Presidential candidate Donald Trump fired another shot across the bow of Senator Ted Cruz’ 2018 re-election campaign for U.S. Senate by praising former Governor Rick Perry as a potential opponent. Recent polls suggest Senator Cruz (R-TX) would be vulnerable to a challenge from Texas’ longest serving governor.

Speaking during a Trump fundraiser in Austin on Tuesday, the presidential candidate praised Perry as “one popular guy.”

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Black Lives Matter Disrupts Trump Town Hall

A group of activists chanting “Black Lives Matter” and “Justice for Working People” attempted to disrupt the Sean Hannity Town Hall event with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The disrupters were quickly escorted from the facility.

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‘White Lives Matter’ Protest Features Racist Symbols in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas – A group marching under the banner of “White Lives Matter” took to the streets in front of the local NAACP headquarters in the city’s Third Ward claiming to stand for equal rights for all races. Their goal was to call out the NAACP for its inaction against groups that have called for the death of whites and white police officers. Their message, however, was diluted by symbols of racial bigotry.

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Texas Man Finally Heads to Prison for Animal ‘Crush’ Videos

A Texas man sentenced to prison for 50 years in February 2016 is finally going behind bars. The convicted animal cruelty filmmaker will now report to prison following his conviction and sentencing on additional charges related to the distribution of sexually-oriented videos depicting the torturous killings of small animals.

FILE-In this Feb. 11, 2016 file photo, Dallas County Mosquito Lab microbiologist Spencer Lockwood sorts mosquitos collected in a trap in Hutchins, Texas, that had been set up in Dallas County near the location of a confirmed Zika virus infection. The quest for a vaccine began less than a year ago as Brazil’s massive outbreak revealed that Zika, once dismissed as a nuisance virus, can harm a fetus' brain if a woman is infected during pregnancy.  (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

Travel-Related Zika Case Confirmed in West Texas

A Texan infected with the Zika virus has been confirmed in Midland County in West Texas. Health officials said the victim had recently traveled to a country where the virus is locally transmitted by mosquitoes.

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Thousands of Middle Eastern Illegal Immigrants Busted with Forged Papers at Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents working with Mexican immigration officials have found thousands of non-Hispanic illegal immigrants crossing Mexico’s southern border to make their way to Texas. The “extra-continental” immigrants enter countries as far south as Brazil and make their way to the United States, often with forged travel documents.

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Thousands Line Highways to Honor Slain New Mexico Cop

Thousands of people turned out to honor Hatch, New Mexico Police Officer Jose Chavez as his flag-draped coffin was transported from Albuquerque to his hometown of Las Cruces. A large motorcade of police officers from across the state and country

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Texas Deputy Seizes $6 Million in Meth During Traffic Stop

A Texas deputy sheriff and his K-9 partner took another $6 million worth of methamphetamine off the streets following a traffic stop Friday night. This deputy from Fayette County in central Texas has seized nearly $16 million in drugs over the past two months.

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36th Police Officer Killed by Gunfire in Line of Duty This Year

Hatch New Mexico Police Officer Jose Chavez became the 35th law enforcement officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty in 2016. The year got off to a bad start with flurry of officers being murdered in the first two months alone. Things got progressively worse from there.

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Texas Halts Sale of Synthetic Pot in Houston Store

HOUSTON, Texas — The Office of the Texas Attorney General (OAG) has obtained a temporary restraining order (TRO) to stop a Houston-area store from selling synthetic marijuana. The TRO was granted following an investigation by the Houston Police Department (HPD) into the 16 synthetic marijuana overdoses that occurred in Herman Park in June.