Texas makes the weird news files again. Firefighters were called out recently to put out a fire in a grain elevator, and it turned out to be nothing more than a guy practicing his flaming baton juggling act in there. Here's where it happened.
Oh my goodness. If this guy is as over-the-top in person as he is in this commercial, you will want him on your side whether it's in front of a judge, or playing for your rec league football team. He's intense!
It was an enormous field of marijuana plants, seen from the air by a helicopter with the Drug Enforcement Administration. Did you know that those helicopters seen flying overhead sometimes could be looking for drug farms? Check out what they found in Austin County, outside of Houston.
She worked at a sausage company, but apparently tried to make an extra buck beyond her salary by stealing meat from the plant and selling it down the street at a gas station. She didn't get away with it.
Police don't know how they got them all, but two women from Texas are in big trouble for having hundreds of retail and gift cards that had been stolen from other customers. The good news is, in a month or two it's going to be a lot harder for thieves to get use stolen card info.
After two New York City police officers were shot and killed December 20th, a Tyler girl became inspired to write 500 thank you notes to police officers to show appreciation for all they do. And yesterday, she got to meet some of her heroes.
Police will be hoping a woman can remember how she ended up in an Irving landfill, but no word yet if she'll be able to. She was last seen leaving a night club Wednesday night, and was found lying in a box in the landfill Thursday morning.