Madison Coe, 14, right, died early Sunday while taking a bath at her father’s home in New Mexico. Her family said she was electrocuted by her cellphone.
Madison Coe, 14, right, died early Sunday while taking a bath at her father’s home in New Mexico. Her family said she was electrocuted by her cellphone. GoFundMe Screen shot
Madison Coe, 14, right, died early Sunday while taking a bath at her father’s home in New Mexico. Her family said she was electrocuted by her cellphone. GoFundMe Screen shot

Lubbock teen electrocuted while using cellphone in bathtub, family says

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  • Texas school's pep rallies go viral again, thanks to its all-student Tejano band

    At Martin High School in Laredo, Texas on Oct. 5, 2017, students were treated to Conjunto music from an all-student band. Students come down from the bleachers to dance to to the music. See the footage from the pep rally that was captured by the school's principal. One of his clips has over 400,000 views.