Police association calls for ‘calm’ after deadly local shooting

The Texas Municipal Police Association is calling for “calm” as questions mount about the death of a Central Texas man who was shot by a local police officer.

Some parents are fuming after a 21-question anonymous survey was administered to local middle school students that asked questions about sex, drug and alcohol use, bullying, suicide and birth control.

A Central Texas jury Thursday returned a guilty verdict in the capital murder trial of a man charged in a deadly 2016 home invasion.

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