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Recent Articles
  • Wisconsin company installing microchips in employees

    A Wisconsin technology company’s employees are getting microchips implanted to scan into their building a purchase food on the clock. Three Square Market, a company that provides technology for micro markets and break rooms, has over 50 employees that are getting the rice-sized chip implanted. The chip uses Radio-Frequency Identification and can be implanted between the thumb and forefinger. “It’s the next thing that’s inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it,” Three Square Market […]

  • Police arrest suspects who sexually assaulted woman in Fort Worth

    FORT WORTH – Fort Worth police arrested two suspects in connection to a home invasion and sexual assault in East Fort Worth on Thursday. Marcellus Demetric Briggs, 44, and Frankie Lenette Kulemba, 40, were apprehended at a motel in Grand Prairie on Friday afternoon. The pair forced themselves into a Fort Worth woman’s home near Boca Raton Boulevard in the Woodhaven area. The suspects attacked the woman by gunpoint, beat, bonded and sexually assaulted her. Police released a video of […]

  • Fort Worth woman’s home invaded, forced at gunpoint, sexually assaulted

    FORT WORTH – Fort Worth police are searching for suspects in a home invasion that left one female homeowner assaulted. Two suspects, male and female, entered the home after the female suspect knocked on the the homeowner’s front door leaving the impression she was in distress. The homeowner was then held at gunpoint where she was bound, beaten and sexually assaulted. The male suspect is described as black, between 30-40 years old, approximately 5’10” with a medium build and medium […]

  • People head to Austin to give input on Texas’ bathroom bill

    AUSTIN – Hundreds of people are expected at the state capitol in Austin to give their input on the state’s proposed bathroom bill today. The bill would regulate access to restrooms for transgender people in public schools and government buildings in Texas. The hearing is scheduled to start this morning at 9 am and it’s expected to last well into the day. These bathroom restrictions have been a huge priority for Lt. Governor Dan Patrick. He and other proponents of […]

  • Guests at Mexican resorts suspect they were given tainted alcohol, robbed, molested

    Guests of Iberostar Resorts in Mexico suspect that they had been given tainted alcohol, leading to alleged sexual assaults, robberies, extortion and deaths. With many reports, none of the victims remember what happened! Many blacked out, experienced sickness and suffered injuries after drinking at the resort.  Guests have reported waking up covered in mud with belongings stolen, being assaulted while unconscious and local hospitals demanding large sums of cash to be treated. They believe the local hospitals are conspiring with […]

  • Coffee being recalled for Viagra-like ingredient

    GRAND PRAIRIE – A coffee has been recalled for having an ingredient too similar to the male sex enhancement drug, Viagra. It’s also under fire for having milk in it without telling consumers. Bestherbs Coffee LLC in Grand Prairie has voluntarily recalled their New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee that sells online nationwide. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found desmethyl carbondenafil in the coffee, a chemical that is “structurally similar” to sildenafil, the ingredient that makes the […]

  • Texas has most foreign-bought agricultural land in U.S., raises food security concerns

    AUSTIN – Over the last 10 years, Texas has led the nation in foreign purchases of agricultural land, which raises concerns about food security. According to the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, foreign companies and individuals own 1.7 million acres of pasture, timber and farmland totaling a worth of $3.3 billion, far more than any other state. Because of these purchases, bills to tighten regulations on foreign investments in the agricultural sector have been filed. They were drafted to ensure […]

  • WATCH: Grapevine traffic stop turns into proposal

    GRAPEVINE – A traffic stop in Grapevine left one woman in tears, but not for a reason you might think. On July 7, Grapevine Dispatcher Stephen Smith told his girlfriend, Amanda Radican, that he left his phone at home and needed it in order to “clock in” for his shift. While Radican headed to the police station, Smith used the “find my iPhone” feature on his phone to track her location, followed her with another officer and pulled her over […]

  • 21 fighting dogs seized from property in Dallas

    DALLAS – The Dallas County District Attorney’s Animal Cruelty Unit along with DPD and Dallas Animal Services seized 21 dogs from a southeast Dallas home on Wednesday night. Officers took custody of 14 fighting dogs and seven puppies as well as confiscated several types of dog fighting paraphernalia including a treadmill, medical supplies used to administer supplements and drugs, antibiotics, steroids, chains, spring and flirt poles and pain reducers. The dogs were found either in pens or chained with tow […]

  • Arlington police arrest teens, allegedly tells mom to turn in video for charges to be dropped

    ARLINGTON – Another controversial video of a police arrest has hit the internet, this time with Arlington PD. In the video, a teen’s mother can be heard telling officers she believes her son is innocent. The boy, 14-year-old Trayvon, was being arrested for burglary. In the video, the mother can be heard asking the officers where they were taking her son, which an officer responded, “You’ve become uncooperative so I’m not going to give you that.” While trying to get […]