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A Slaton man deposited five hundred pounds of pennies, equaling about $816, which he’d been collecting for 65 years.
As of January 22, Amarillo had received 13.1 inches of snow in 2015, an inch more than Syracuse, New York, “America’s Snowiest Big City.”
The Dallas Safari Club, which last year faced criticism for auctioning off a hunt of the endangered black rhino, faced criticism again for sponsoring an African elephant hunt, which it eventually canceled.
A Rice University student imported 13,000 plastic balls of various colors from China in order to turn his dorm room into a ball pit.
An Austin man chased a robber out of his house with a sword and an antique gun.
A Galveston police officer had a co-worker pull over his girlfriend and attempt to arrest her before the officer himself arrived and asked her to marry him.
After a Houston-area Whataburger employee complimented a customer on her mink coat, the customer handed it to her via the drive-through window and left.
Odessa was named the most dangerous city in Texas by the FBI.
A Waco weatherman returned to work wearing a Superman T-shirt just one month after being shot by an unknown assailant.