A tactic called civil asset forfeiture allows law enforcement agencies to seize property or money from anyone suspected of committing a crime. It’s a useful tool for federal agents fighting drug cartels. But in states like Texas, complaints about it are increasing and the issue is uniting two groups who don’t usually get along: lawbreakers and conservative politicians. (Video courtesy of VICE News Tonight on HBO)
Asset forfeiture in Texas
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We don't get THAT much snow and ice down here in Texas, so a lot of people don't have ice scrapers. But a New Braunfels man improvised with a tamale spreader. Now, there's the Texan way of thinking we're used to!
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Fort Worth police are looking for three men accused of stealing over $3,000 worth of fragrances from Walgreen's on two separate occasions. This video shows two of the three suspects, do you recognize them?
A tractor trailer attempting to drive up a icy hill in Longview around noon on Tuesday had its wheels begin spinning as it climbed the hill and began to slide backwards down the hill. Facebook user Kristy Boyd caught the frightening scene on camera.
After then-ranked No. 8 Texas Tech beat then-ranked No. 2 West Virginia 72-71 on Saturday, Red Raider fans stormed the court. The Big 12 fined Tech $25,000 for rushing the court, but also reprimanded the West Virginia players that engaged in a physical altercation with some Texas Tech fans. Watch this video taken from the stands.
A new Facebook algorithm is placing posts and updates from people you follow above brands and organizations, meaning you'll be seeing a lot less news from us. But there is a way to fix this, by fixing one setting. Watch this short video to see the three-step process.