Cinemark Is Closing All Its Theaters Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic
Tuesday afternoon, Cinemark said it would be "playing our part to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)" by closing all of its theaters on March 18th, 2020.
Slain Texas Tech Police Officer Floyd East, Jr. Leaves Behind Wife, Two Daughters
Floyd East, Jr., the Texas Tech University police officer who was killed Monday night, leaves behind a wife and two children.
Man Admits to Killing Texas Tech Police Officer: ‘I F’d Up’
The arrest warrant for Hollis A. Daniels sheds light on the moments that led to the fatal shooting of a Texas Tech University police officer.
What We Know About Texas Tech Police Officer Shooting Suspect Hollis A. Daniels
Officers took Hollis A. Daniels into custody after he allegedly shot and killed an officer at the Texas Tech police station. Here's what we know about him.
What Led Up to the Fatal Shooting of a Texas Tech Police Officer
Monday evening (Oct. 9) after the fatal shooting of a Texas Tech Police officer at the department's headquarters, the university released information about what led up to it.
Gov. Greg Abbott Issues Statement on Fatal Shooting of Texas Tech Police Department Officer
Following the shooting death of a Texas Tech University police officer Monday evening, Governor Greg Abbott issued a statement on social media.
AMBER Alert for 3-Year-Old Sherin Mathews Canceled, But She’s Still Missing
Richardson, Texas girl Sherin Mathews is still missing after she was reportedly sent outside at 3 a.m. by her father as punishment for not finishing her milk.
Hastings Announces Going Out of Business Sale
Days after two companies purchased Hastings, the bankrupt Amarillo-based retailer has announced its going out of business sale.
What We Know About Dallas Shooting Suspect Micah Xavier Johnson
The man who opened fire on Dallas police during a Black Lives Matter protest Thursday night has been identified as 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson.
Raw Video Shows Exact Moment Gunfire Erupted at Dallas Black Lives Matter Protest
Video shot by WFAA-TV shows the initial reaction among protesters and Dallas police officers when gunfire rang out Thursday night during a Black Lives Matter protest.