A Central Texas lawmaker who instructed her staff to ask Muslims visiting her office to declare their allegiance to the U.S. said Friday the incident was “blown out of proportion,” but Gov. Greg Abbott called for “civil discourse.”
The driver of a pickup truck that plunged off a Central Texas interstate bridge and landed on the highway below, killing one of the passengers, will be charged in connection with the deadly crash, authorities say.
Central Texas freshman state Rep. Molly White was not in Austin Thursday during Texas Muslim Capitol Day, but left instructions for her staff that included asking them to declare allegiance to the U.S.
An affidavit released late Wednesday afternoon details allegations against a former assistant band director at Waco High School who’s charged with improper relationship, indecency with a child and marijuana possession.
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