Fourth earthquake rumbles through East Texas News Journal May 27, 2012 – TEXAS – The fourth earthquake in 16 days hit East Texas early Saturday. No injuries or significant damage were reported from the preliminary magnitude 2.5 temblor that hit about 1:30 a.m., said Larry Burns, emergency management coordinator in Timpson. The quake was centered about [...]
Hundreds of people rallied in Houston on Thursday to protest the acquittal of a former police officer in the videotaped beating of an African-American teenager. On Wednesday, the officer, Andrew Bloomberg, was found not guilty by an all-white jury in the beating and stomping of 15-year-old burglary suspect Chad Holley.
Infowars has talked to a whistleblower in a senior position at Austin Community College who has divulged that enrollment numbers are collapsing due to students refusing to comply with vaccinations they are told are mandatory in order to take classes. The ACC administrator told Alex Jones that some 10,000 students have refused to enroll because of their refusal to take inoculations.
An earthquake measuring 3.7 shook parts of East Texas on Wednesday…An earthquake rocked Israel on Friday evening, shortly before 10:00 p.m. local time, and was felt in areas from northern Israel to central Israel…A strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake shook the border area straddling southern Peru and northern Chile early on Monday, but there were no reports of damage…
Under the program launched last week, passengers on busses run by the Houston METRO system will be subjected to random questioning and searches from “counter-terrorism experts” hired by the Transportation Security Administration.
The Texas Medical Board, which licenses and disciplines doctors in the state, recently drafted stem-cell rules at the behest of Dr. Stanley Jones of Houston, who in July injected Gov. Rick Perry with the governor’s own stem cells to try to aid his recovery from a back injury.
The Intel Hub By Tony Muga April 11, 2012 A daytime fireball that streaked across Texas skies on April 4th is being described by a NASA scientist as a ‘contrail’; despite the incredible speed of the object and the persistent column of ‘smoke’ left behind it. In a video hosted by ‘Sheilaaliens’ on YouTube, WOAI Channel [...]
KVUE An unusual spring storm in the Texas Panhandle Wednesday afternoon dumped two to four feet of hail near Dumas. Trucks were reported sliding off the road on Highway 287 as a result of the unexpected weather phenomenon. Snow plows were being used to clear the roads. Some vehicles were trapped in the drifts of [...]
A police officer working in a small community 30 miles south of Austin is now engaged in a fight to keep his job after he was arrested for driving while intoxicated in his marked patrol car.
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By Zen Gardner
April 4, 2012
Powerful! See his other recent post predicting this below.
Several tornadoes roared through the Dallas-Fort Worth region and across parts of northeastern Texas today, causing major damage and several injuries. At least two “large and extremely dangerous” tornadoes ripped across the Dallas-Fort Worth area this afternoon, collapsing roofs, tearing down power lines and tossing trailers around like toys, the National Weather Service says.
Texas mom plans to sue school district after she says daughter with cerebral palsy is told to ditch walker
The mother of a child with cerebral palsy is preparing to file a lawsuit against a school district after she says a special education director told her that her five-year-old daughter can no longer use her walker at school.
Federal Jack Author: Brian D. Hill Source: USWGO Alternative News Land line Magazine a business magazine for professional truckers, has deliberately censored around every article found on the Trans-Texas Corridor, and now if you visit any of these articles from old links from forums or sites or the original link from old cached Search Engine [...]
A group called StopNDAA.org has filed a lawsuit against the federal government to block the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which, they claim, gives the president power to arrest and indefinitely detain U.S. citizens without evidence.
The Achilles Heel of ICLEI is exactly what has been targeted by Tommy Gonzalez, the Irving City Manager, and Mayor Beth Van Duyne; namely that local implementation is susceptible to public pressure and principled local officials who can resist the globalist march into their communities.
Thousands of Texas rice farmers won’t get water for irrigation this year because lakes and rivers remain low after more than a year of drought. The announcement was expected, but notable as the first time in the authority’s history that it won’t provide the water.
CPS took custody of 11 children found neglected and physically abused inside a home in Liberty County on January 24. Surprisingly, no criminal charges have been placed against any of the adults from this neglect and abuse. Two people living in the house were 16-year-old male runaways from a foster home. One of the boys had heard from his older brother that that the house ‘was fun’.
The Intel Hub By Andrew W. Griffin – Red Dirt Report Navarro County Sheriff’s Office – Joseph G. “Joey” Dauben, 30, remains in the Navarro Co., Texas Jail on charges of child-sex abuse. Dauben says it’s “retaliation” for his intrepid reporting on corruption in that area of Texas. OKLAHOMA CITY – Red Dirt Report confirmed [...]