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ߦ   68 Defendants Indicted in "Operation Wu Block" Meth, Heroin Investigation
ߦ   Alabama Man Captured in Texas Charged With Making Terrorist Threat Against Sheriff
ߦ   Amarillo Convenience Store Owner Sentenced to More Than 12 Years for Drug Trafficking
ߦ   Another strip mall property settles ADA allegations
ߦ   D.A. Conducts Hate Crime Symposium
ߦ   El Paso Woman Charged by Federal Complaint with Posting Threatening Communications Online
ߦ   Former oil executive admits role in false payroll scheme
ߦ   HPD officer struck by fleeing vehicle during East Downtown fight
ߦ   Humble man to repay $300,000 in plea deal
ߦ   Jefferson County Man Indicted for Soliciting Murder-For-Hire
ߦ   Man Accused of Shoving Texas Park Ranger Into Water Faces New Charge
ߦ   Man admits attempting to export contraband cigarettes
ߦ   Man sentenced to 24 months in federal prison for assaulting federal employee
ߦ   Medical Examiner: George Floyd Wasn't Asphyxiated
ߦ   Mexican national faces life for importing liquid meth

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