A girl on life support at Cook Children’s is appointed lawyer
A court hearing to revisit a restraining order that prevented Cook Children's Medical Center from removing life support of a girl that doctors said was dead was re-scheduled. Meanwhile, settlement talks between the hospital and the family stalled.
At their final scheduled debate, Rep. Beto O'Rourke was the first to answer an early question on border control. Per debate rules, Sen. Ted Cruz was allowed a response, but appeared to seek the opportunity for a second rebuttal.
Wilson Adams, 11, who is battling back after having a brain tumor removed, was made an honorary reserve officer by the Weatherford, Texas police department. “This is what I want to be when I grow up," he said. "I like the idea of protecting people.”
The Darden family of Fort Worth, which for years ran the Quicksilver Resources company that amassed millions during the height of the Barnett Shale natural gas play, is selling a 37,000-acre KC7 Ranch in far west Texas as part of a bankruptcy.
Waste water pushes up a manhole cover near the intersection of Berry Street and Glen Garden Drive in south Fort Worth. A spokewoman for the water department said this is caused by heavy rain entering the public sewage system through cracks.
LULAC President Domingo Garcia tells a gathering at Nuevo Leon restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas, that Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton is creating a chilling effect by arresting people for voter fraud weeks out from the election.
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