A Lubbock teen will spend the next 50 years of his life behind bars.
Christopher Crittenden, 19, was charged with capital murder, but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of murder in connection with the October 2006 double homicide at the Boom-Boom cabaret.
Cabaret employees Anthony Lopez and Gilbert Victor were shot and killed. Another employee was shot in the attack, but she survived her injures.
Richard Ramirez is already serving a life sentence for his role in the murders, while Joseph Nunez, 18, is still awaiting trial for capital murder.
Prosecutors say Weiner broke the law by having illicit contact with a 15-year-old girl, including asking her to "sexually perform" for him in conversations on Skype and Snapchat.
Police charged the suspected gunman, who killed one and shot six at a Tennessee church Sunday, with one count of murder and said multiple charges were pending.
Large amounts of federal aid are starting to flow into Puerto Rico and local officials are praising the Trump administration's response.
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Facebook says it will release the Russia-backed, potentially illegal election ads that ran on its platform to congressional investigators.