Calling it the "Tony Express," Tony Sanchez was in Lubbock on Wednesday evening. The campaign stop was part of a five city tour through the Panhandle that started in Amarillo. He also stopped in Canyon, Tulia, and Plainview.
Meanwhile, Sanchez's opponent, Governor Rick Perry, was in Amarillo on Wednesday. Perry was also on the campaign trail. According to the latest media poll, Perry is ahead of Sanchez. Although, the Scripps Howard Texas poll shows that Perry's approval ratings are going down.
Two young boys from Ft. Worth were in the hospital Tuesday morning after they got into a wreck on their go-cart. Police say a car hit the boys after they ran a stop sign. A 10 year-old boy is in critical condition and the 12 year-old is in serious condition.
In Chapel Hill, an eighth grader is dead after collapsing during football practice. 13 year-old Joshua Johnson was jogging on a practice football field Tuesday afternoon when he collapsed. A licensed trainer tried to do CPR on the boy, but he died at a hospital about 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. It's still not known what caused the boy to collapse.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has confirmed several one vehicle crashes south of Lubbock Wednesday morning. DPS says these wrecks could be due to dangerous weather conditions in the area. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the southern and eastern KCBD viewing area, including Lubbock, Tahoka, Brownfield, Seminole, Lamesa, Gail, Post, Snyder, Aspermont, Guthrie, Paducah, Childress, Silverton, Floydada, and Crosbyton. Accumulations of sleet and areas of ice...
On Wednesday, Trump will host a "listening session" that will include people impacted by mass shootings in Parkland, Columbine, Colorado and Newtown, Connecticut.
The United States had never won a medal of any kind in women's cross-country skiing prior to the race.
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