The Texas Department of Transportation is accepting applications for the 2018 Don’t mess with Texas Scholarship contest. In partnership with Keep Texas Beautiful, the contest will award one Texas high school student who is planning to attend a Texas college with a $6,000 prize. Two students will be rewarded $2,000 prizes. The scholarships recognize high school seniors who have taken a leadership role in preventing litter at their schools and communities.
Two men have been arrested and another is on the loose after they were caught with a cache of guns in their car. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office says deputies tried to stop a car for a traffic violation on Maple Ridge in San Antonio’s Northeast side at around 9:45 p.m. Sunday, but the driver refused to stop. Deputies pursued the car until the engine stopped working and rolled to a stop near the IH 35 and Center Park Blvd intersection. The driver and two passengers tried to run on foot.
An AMBER Alert has been issued for a missing 2-year-old boy from San Antonio. San Antonio police say Aaron Concepcion is 30 inches tall and weighs 20 pounds.Â He was last seen wearing white pajamas. Police believe he is with 37-year-old Richard Concepcion and they believe he is connected to the child’s abduction. He driving a white 2016 Toyota Tundra with the Texas license plate GH58MH. Police believe the child is in grave and immediate danger.
@RFoxWTOP Good news... I have been assured that this is extremely rare. Other good news is that I have experience in a) ice in general and b) southern ice (thanks to my tenure in Shreveport).
Otherwise... thanks and blegh.
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Selecting a term
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