Archive | January, 2015

Fort Worth Officer wounded after a welfare check

30 Jan

Dispatch sent officers to respond to a residential panic alarm in southwest fort worth Thursday night. Officers arrived on scene at 6:15 and were told by the homeowner that everything was okay, so officers left. Thirty minutes later officers were called back on scene by a panicked woman. When officers returned they were met by a man holding a gun. The man shot forcing officers to shoot back leaving the suspect dead.

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Cowboys That Pray Come in All Shapes and Sizes

30 Jan



bakhachImam Moujahed Bakhach gave an invocation on Sunday before the rodeo.

There are over 500,000 Texas Muslims, but many were upset by the prayer that the Imam gave.

“If Fort Worth is the buckle of the Bible Belt, that buckle is made of many different rhinestones,” said Rabbi Andrew Bloom of Congregation Ahavath Sholom, one of several faith leaders doing invocations.”

Recently there was a protest on Thursday at Texas capitol from radical christians who were not happy with “Texas Muslim Capitol Day.”


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Boy Overcomes Brain Surgery and Becomes Police Officer

30 Jan

In the small town of Cleburne, Texas, Caleb Adams becomes a police officer on his fifth birthday. Adams is fighting an extensive list of illnesses from epilepsy, autism, overcoming brain surgery and now he is being tested for cerebral palsy. The fight that Adams has shown inspired the men and women of the Cleburne police department to induct a new officer into their force.

Transgender Woman Killed in Tyler after Being Targeted for Hate Crime

29 Jan

A transgender woman by the name of Tyrone Lee Underwood was found dead early Monday morning in Tyler, Texas. A 911 call was placed by a woman after her children told her they heard gunshots near their home.  Police believe Tyrone was attempting to drive away from her attacker(s) but did not succeed.  The murder is still under investigation.

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Hangman’s House of Horrors scaring for Valentines Day

26 Jan

Hangman’s House of Horrors is opening on Friday Feb. 13 and 14.

50 Shades of Fear is coming to the DFW area. Hangman’s will be providing free T-shirts to the first 100 people.

Upon entering the main house couples will be provided with a custom blindfold. The couple will then spin a wheel to determine, which person will be blind-folded.

“This is something new that we have never done before,” said Hangman’s owner and operator Allen Sturgeon.

The 50 shades of Fear, theme is just in time for the release of 50 shades of Grey, which releases on Feb. 13.





CVS Pharmacy’s become new target for robbers in Indianapolis

23 Jan

CVS pharmacy’s around Indianapolis are being robbed for their powerful Narcotics. Specific drugs are being taken for illegal street sales. 


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American Hero’s Legacy Being Attacked

23 Jan

America’s deadliest sniper, Chris Kyle, was put on blast this past week from Celebrity, Seth Rogan and Director Michael Moore, for his actions in the War against Iraq. The film has overpassed any January opening to date. With this documentary like film following the four tours that Chris Kyle completed in Iraq; it shows how Navy Seals who are assigned to being snipers cope with their assignments. Rogan and Moore did not agree with Kyle’s job choice. Moore stating, “Snipers aren’t heroes…” He also says that he was “taught snipers were cowards.” Many supporters of Kyle came to his defense against Moore’s statements. One being, former speaker of the house, Newt Gingrich, saying that the “Fahrenheit 9/11’ director should spend a few weeks with ISIS and Boko Haram in order to appreciate this film.” He also added “I am proud of our defenders.”

Seth Rogan also shared his opinion on the film, comparing Kyle’s job in the film to a scene from the film ‘Inglorious bastards’ that promoted Nazi propaganda. Many people may have issues with this film, but many Americans are standing strong and are proud of what Christ Kyle did in the War against Iraq. Iraq veteran, Paul Riechhoff, comments on the film stating, “most of America is tired of hearing about Iraq. But now, they’re at least open to being entertained by it.” He adds “films like ‘American Sniper’ may bring civilians closer to us than anything else.” Having this film debut allows Americans to see what the men and women go through to protect our country. It allows Americans to follow along side of one of the deadliest men alive and see how he copes with doing his job.

We, as Americans may not agree with the war, but we, as Americans need to respect and back up our troops. This country is not the strongest country because we loved everyone. This country is the strong country in the world because we fought for what we believe is right. Now we as a country may not all agree on what is “right”, but we as a country need to back up our troops and our country in times of war. Bashing what our troops are doing to try and keep our homeland safe, along with trying to keep another country safe is not the way to support their difficult duties. Support what our troops do, no matter what, plain and simple.