Texas Residents Required to Provide Zip Code for Super Purchase

Houston, Texas – Online shopping has become increasingly popular, making the process of entering addresses and personal information a routine task for many. However, a new study has found that the majority of Americans struggle with filling out these fields accurately, leading to potential delivery issues and delays. The study, conducted by a team of … Read more

Rabbi’s Former Daughter-in-Law Targets Texas Megachurch in Antisemitic Attack

Boulder, CO – A preliminary research report from the ADL Center on Extremism revealed that Genesse Moreno, the woman who opened fire at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church on Feb.11 before being killed by off-duty officers, harbored a range of antisemitic, anti-Zionist, and extremist beliefs. According to the report, Moreno expressed support for designated terrorist groups, … Read more

SHOCKING: Teenager Shoots and Kills Man Knocking on Doors in Channelview, Texas

CHANNELVIEW, Texas – A 14-year-old reportedly shot and killed a man after the man had been knocking on doors in a Harris County neighborhood. The incident occurred in the Clover Leaf area in the 14400 block of Brownsville. According to investigators, two different homeowners called within six hours on Thursday morning to report the suspicious … Read more

Texas Church Shooter’s Rifle Purchase Despite Mental Illness and Criminal History Under Scrutiny

Sutherland Springs, Texas – The circumstances surrounding a tragic church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas are being called into question after it was discovered that the shooter was able to purchase a rifle despite having a history of mental illness and criminal charges. This revelation has sparked an investigation into the process by which the … Read more

North Texas Fugitive Wanted for Violent Attack Featured on “America’s Most Wanted”

WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas – A fugitive with potential ties to North Texas has been featured on “America’s Most Wanted” for a violent attack on a woman in 2016. Cesar Colin is wanted by the White Settlement Police Department for an assault that left a woman seriously injured. The incident took place on November 20, 2016, … Read more

Woman with History of Mental Health Issues Opens Fire at Texas Megachurch; Child in Critical Condition

HOUSTON, TEXAS – A tragic shooting at a megachurch in Houston has left a community devastated. A woman walked into Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church with a long gun and her 7-year-old son, opening fire before being killed by law enforcement officers on the scene. The shooting left the child in critical condition and injured another … Read more

Tragic Texas Megachurch Shooting: Shooter Dead, But Unanswered Questions Remain After 5-Year-Old Boy Injured

HOUSTON, Texas – A shooting at a Texas megachurch on Sunday left a young boy critically injured, with authorities revealing that the shooter was the boy’s own parent. The gunman, identified as 36-year-old Genesse Ivonne Moreno, used an AR-style rifle before being killed by off-duty officers working security at the church. According to police, Moreno … Read more

Texas Megachurch Shooter Had History of Mental Illness and Used AR-style Rifle: Police Update on Lakewood Church Shooting

Houston, Texas – A tragic shooting took place at Lakewood Church on Sunday, leaving the shooter dead and a 7-year-old boy critically injured. The shooter has been identified as Genesse Ivonne Moreno, a 36-year-old individual with a history of mental illness. The incident, which involved the use of an AR-style rifle, occurred just before a … Read more

Texas Woman Identified as Shooter in Houston Megachurch Incident

Houston, Texas – Authorities have identified a 36-year-old woman as the shooter who opened fire at a Houston megachurch before being killed by security officers. The shooter, Genesse Ivonne Moreno, was identified in an affidavit seeking a search warrant for a home in Conroe, which is about 40 miles north of Houston. The warrant was … Read more

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals: Affirms Conviction and Death Sentence for 2011 Capital Murder Case

College Station, Texas – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the conviction and death sentence of Gabriel Paul Hall for the 2011 capital murder of Edwin Shaar in his College Station home. The attack also involved Linda Shaar, who was sitting in her wheelchair at the time, according to the Brazos County District … Read more