— Here are some of the top stories from around Fort Worth, Texas and the nation on Thursday. Click on the links for more details on each one.
Water contamination in Corpus
An unknown chemical may have contaminated the water in Corpus Christi, the city said as it urged its residents not to drink or use tap water.
Residents fled to area stores to stock up on bottled water until the tap water quality tests safe, according to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.
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Classes at Corpus Christi school district were canceled Thursday due to the concern.
State title games begin
Texas high school football state championship games began Wednesday with the six-man match-ups and will continue Thursday into the weekend at AT&T Stadium.
Starting with the smallest schools and ending with the largest there will be four games Thursday, three on Friday and three on Saturday. A daily entry fee of $15 will grant access to all games that day.
Click here for a full listing of game times, match-ups and ticket information.
Yahoo discloses enormous breach
Over a billion users could be impacted after Yahoo disclosed information Wednesday on largest hacking attack in history.
The company said the attack was over three years ago but just recently discovered it. Yahoo announced last September that another breach in 2014 impacted over 500 million users but it is unknown if the two were by the same hacker.
Yahoo said that the stolen information included names, emails, phone numbers, birth dates and security questions and answers. They do not believe credit-card or bank account information was stolen.
Aledo opens doors to Iraan
Two teams heading to their respective state championship games this week came together Wednesday when the Aledo Bearcats welcomed the Iraan Braves into their practice facility.
The Iraan cheerleaders were traveling back from a playoff game on Dec. 2 when a tragic bus crash took the life of one of their sponsors and injured six of the girls.
Iraan will play for their state title and a storybook ending to an emotional season Thursday at 10 a.m. in Arlington.