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Texas Teacher Accused of Impregnating 15-Year-Old Student

A North Texas teacher, accused of impregnating his 15-year-old student, surrendered to authorities Friday. This marks another improper teacher-student relationship that resulted in pregnancy recently amid the state’s skyrocketing number of sexual misconduct cases filed this year.

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Veterans Brutally Attacked by Black Lives Matter, Says Army Staff Sergeant

A U.S. Army National Guard staff sergeant says he and one of his Army veteran friends were assaulted by Black Lives Matter supporters in San Antonio, Texas, Thursday Evening. “As I was getting my face stomped in and thrown through a window, they (all 4 of them) were yelling racial slurs saying how whites sucked and black lives were better,” Marc Stephen, the second victim, said on Facebook.

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Taxpayers Face Billion Dollar Expenses for Zika Babies

A Colombian mother came to Harris County, Texas during her third trimester of pregnancy. Her baby was born with Zika-linked microcephaly, a congenital birth defect where the head and brain are only partially developed. If just 100 of these babies are born in the state, it would cost taxpayers over a billion dollars during the lifetimes of the children. The cost for the 400 pregnant women who have tested positive for Zika in the U.S. to date, would total almost $4 billion.

Billboard warning of the dangers of on-line sexual solicitation and predatores. (Photo by ANDREW HOLBROOKE/Corbis via Getty Images)

Three Texans Busted in Minor Sex Sting

Three Texas men are in a Waller County Jail after allegedly attempting to meet up with a minor for the purpose of having sex. The men were busted in an online solicitation sting where they thought they were chatting with a 14-year-old female.

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It’s Official: Leftists Failed at Protesting GOP Convention

Leftists promised rage at the 2016 Republican National Convention and failed to deliver. The anarchists and Black Lives Matter radicals tried their hardest and simply couldn’t get anyone to show up to participate in their efforts to attack Republicans and treat police officers badly. The attempt to turn the 2016 convention into a warzone–as their movement had done at the 2008 convention–simply failed. The Cleveland anarchists and radical leftists failed and simply sucked at organizing. This year’s fireworks from the “revolutionaries” proved their movement to be even more impotent than did their failures in 2012 at the Tampa convention.

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Terror Group’s Logo Tattoo Spotted on Anti-RNC Protester in Cleveland

A group of local Cleveland anarchists participating in the protests against the 2016 Republican Convention and police had a an individual in the group with a tattoo supporting an group that the FBI has officially declared as a terrorist organization. The group, known as “ALF,” or the Animal Liberation Front, has used arson and economic sabotage to terrorize businesses and individuals who do not extend the same rights to animals that are extended to human beings.

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Texas Paper Apologizes After Tweeting Cartoon of Governor on Fire in Wheelchair

The Austin American Statesman issued an apology after tweeting a cartoon of Texas Governor Greg Abbott with his pants in flames while sitting in his wheelchair. The cartoon was son Wednesday afternoon in connection with an opinion piece that was previously published in April, before the governor’s accident where he was severely burned.

Texas Dept. of Public Safety Director Colonel Steve McCraw testifies as Texas officials continue to investigate the death of Sandra Bland, who died July 13th in the Waller County jail after a traffic stop near Houston. The hearing at the Texas Capitol drew dozens of legislators and activists wanting answers after Bland's apparent jail suicide.

Texas Police: Our Border Is Not Yet Under Control

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director, Colonel Steve McCraw, told a Texas House committee that only two of Texas’ fourteen border counties are under “operational control.” No Texas border counties have been raised to the highest security level of “substantial control.”

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Los Zetas Cartel Hitman Convicted in U.S. Court

A U.S. federal jury in San Antonio, Texas, convicted a high ranking sicario for the Los Zetas drug cartel. The man was convicted of conspiracy to commit murders and other acts of violence in northern Mexico as part of the cartel’s drug distribution operation.

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Texas Sheriff Visits Troubled Teens at Juvenile Facility

HOUSTON, Texas – Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman traveled to the far northwest corner of the county to meet with a group of troubled teens. He went to teach, but also learn. He went to listen to people who are accustomed to not being heard.