Mansfield Legacy wide receiver Randy Wright made the most of his only catch with a game-winning, 66-yard score with 3:25 left. Legacy edged Frisco Lone Star 24-20 in the Class 5A Division II quarterfinals.
A homeless dog, who resorted to eating rocks because he was so hungry, was rescued in Beverly Hills, California. Abandoned by his family, the dog – later nicknamed Stewie by rescuers – was left to fend for himself on the streets. Neighbors noticed the dog continued to return to the old owner’s house, in hopes they would come back for him. Following a tip, Hope For Paws rescuers Lisa Arturo and JoAnn Wiltz came and rescued the suffering dog from the streets. While Stewie was scared at first the pair were eventually able to coax him in. Vets found that the dog had rocks in his stomach, which, they assessed, he had likely eaten because he was so hungry.
The Mesa Police Department released body cam footage of former Mesa police officer Philip Brailsford shooting Daniel Shaver, who was unarmed, at a La Quinta Inns & Suites in Mesa, Arizona in 2016. Officers responded to reports of a man pointing a firearm out a window.
Jeremiah Donati will replace current TCU athletic director Chris Del Conte when he leaves for Texas. Here are five things to know about the man already serving as Del Conte's right-hand man for Horned Frog Athletics.
The Texas prison system has an inconsistent method of deciding which books are allowed in the state prisons. The books are scanned by mail room attendants for violent or otherwise inappropriate content. Several banned books have similar permitted versions and some of the outlawed literature just doesn't make sense. Take a look at the ten most surprising books you can have in Texas prisons and the ten most surprising banned titles.
Kennedale Coach Richard Barrett lauded his team's play in all phases against an explosive Kaufman squad. Kennedale (13-1) won the Class 4A Division I quarterfinal 63-36 and will face Stephenville (12-2) in the semifinals.
Mansfield Legacy running back Isaiah Jones replaced a gimpy Grant Johnson and the Broncos didn't miss a beat. Jones picked up 151 yards on 17 carries including a 64-yard scoring run as Legacy downed powerful Frisco Lone Star 24-20 in a Class 5A Division II quarterfinal.
Mansfield Legacy reached its first football state semifinal with strong defensive play and big plays on offense to down Frisco Lone Star 24-20 in a Class 5A Division II Quarterfinal. The Broncos scored on a 66-yard pass play with 3:25 left then held off the Rangers.