Lana Shadwick

Lana Shadwick

Antifa Protesters Charged with Looting Target Store in Texas

Prosecutors in Travis County, Austin, Texas, charged three protesters affiliated with the leftist anti-government effort known as Antifa with looting a Target store. The alleged looting by the anarchists occurred during George Floyd protests on May 31 in the Texas capital city.

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George Floyd Protesters Vandalize, Deface Texas Capitol

Photos taken at the Texas Capitol on Saturday show protestors vandalizing the historical building and State grounds. The incidences occurred as George Floyd protesters turned violent in the capital city.

Texas Capitol vandalized during George Floyd protest on May 30. (Photo: Twitter/Josh Head)

Watch: Piles of Bricks Showing Up in Downtown Dallas During Protest

Protest observers in Dallas saw multiple piles of bricks in areas where there is no reported construction. One of those locations is said to be near the Dallas County Courthouse. The Dallas Chief of Police reported nearly being hit by a thrown brick during a protest.

Protest observer notes a random stack of bricks near the Dallas County Courthouse with no construction projects in sight. (Video Screenshot: Ruben Lael)

Armed Texans Defend Alamo from Potential Rioters

Armed Texans placed themselves at the Alamo Cenotaph Saturday afternoon in advance of George Floyd protests in San Antonio, Texas. Protesters defaced the monument early Friday with downward-facing arrows placed next to the statements “white supremacy,” “profit over People” and

San Antonio Police Department Senior Crime Scene Investigator Robert Rackley collects evidence at the site where the Alamo Cenotaph was vandalised with spray paint in San Antonio, Friday, May 29, 2020. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

PHOTOS: Texas Tornado Leaves 3 Dead, Dozens Injured

POLK COUNTY, Texas — A killer tornado ripped through the lakefront community of Onalaska Wednesday night, leaving a trail of destruction that stretched for miles. By morning, Polk County officials reported three deaths, dozens of injuries, and the devastation of multiple neighborhoods.

A young boy stares out the window of one of the only rooms left in his home after a deadly tornado tore it apart. (Photo: Lana Shadwick/Breitbart Texas)

Texas Deputy ‘Ambushed’ During ‘Routine Traffic Stop,’ Say Police

A man stepped out of his car near the end of a “routine traffic stop” and ambushed a Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Friday afternoon. The execution of Deputy Sandeep Dahliwal came as he returned to his car after a pleasant conversation with the driver, officials stated. Dahliwal later died from his wounds.

Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal talks with a young boy at a memorial at the scene of the August 2015 rutal murder of fellow Deputy Darren Goforth. (Breitbart Texas Photo: Lana Shadwick)

Midland-Odessa Shooter Used AR-15, Say Police — History of Evading Police

Police in Odessa, Texas, say a gunman armed with an AR-15 style rifle killed seven people and injured 22 others in a shooting rampage that began after a routine traffic stop on Saturday afternoon. Police say the shooter, whose name they released privately to media, acted alone in the shooting. He has a criminal record that includes evading police.

A helicopter view of the final shooting scene where police shot and killed the Midland-Odessa Shooter. (Image: YourBasin.com Video Screenshot)

20 Dead, 26 Wounded in El Paso Walmart Shooting — Single Shooter in Custody

Police in El Paso, Texas, report 20 people died in a shooting at an area Walmart store Saturday morning. Earlier in the day, officials walked back their multi-shooter and gang-related terrorism statements. Officials say one suspect is in custody. El Paso police called an alleged manifesto a “potential nexus to a hate crime.”

El Paso Walmart Shooting

Texas Officials Illuminate Crosses After Atheists’ Call for Removal

Elected officials in an East Texas community defiantly illuminated the crosses on their courthouse after an atheist organization told them to take them down. The move came after the county judge and commissioners voted unanimously to keep the four crosses on the county building.

San Jacinto County Courthouse with cross illuminated. (Photo: Dwayne Wright/San Jacinto County GOP)

Texas Town Rallies Against Atheist Call to Remove Courthouse Crosses

COLDSPRING, Texas — East Texas residents packed their community shelter Wednesday as county leaders addressed a call to remove four crosses from the San Jacinto County courthouse. The complaint came from the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF).

The Freedom from Religion Foundation filed a complaint against San Jacinto County, Texas, over a cross displayed on the courthouse. (Photo: Lana Shadwick,/Breitbart News)

Prior Deportee Claims ‘Extreme Hardship’ Due Process Right

A noncitizen who was deported after he was convicted of an aggravated felony is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to find that the Constitution gives him a due process right to be informed that he has the right to allege “extreme hardship” before being deported.

ICE Officers Deport Illegal Immigrant

Texas Democrat Voters Turning Out in Record Numbers for Primaries

Democrat voters are turning out in record numbers in the primaries in the historically politically-red Lone Star State. Experts say the Democrat Party wants a robust primary so they can go back to these voters and get them out for the November election.

Voting Lines

Texas Schools Receive Terroristic Threats Following Florida Shooting

At least six schools in Texas have received terroristic threats in the two days following the school shooting in Florida that killed 17 people. In two other incidents, students brought a weapon to school. In another, someone made a frightening 911 call saying a teacher had been shot.

Students being led from are brought out of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following shooting that killed 17 students. AP Photo: Mike Stocker

Funeral Home Contractor in Missing Body Lawsuit Displayed ‘Homicidal Necrophile’ Facebook Cover, Say Attorneys

A funeral home in Texas is being sued by parents who say the business lost their 25-year-old daughter’s body. Lawyers questioned business owners about a subcontractor whose Facebook “profile picture shows two men singing, with a cover photo of a dark figure eating a severed limb, surrounded by headstones with the names of bandmates above the words ‘homicidal necrophile’.”

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Mom Has 5-Year-Old Burned in Voodoo Ritual, Say Police

A five-year-old little girl has been burned and permanently disfigured after she was subjected to a Voodoo ritual. Fire blown over her face and cuts to her body were intended to banish the demon that her mother believed made her misbehave.

Two Women Charged in Vodoo Burning of Child

Roughly 40 LGBTQ Texans Running for Office in 2018, Says Community Mag

Houston Magazine OutSmart reports that at least 35 LGBTQ Texans are running for office in the 2018 primary and general elections–including governor and lieutenant governor contests. Five candidates identify as transgender. More than one-third are from Harris County. The publication added five to the list by Wednesday afternoon.

Houston Mayor Annise Parker, left, waves as her partner, Kathy Hubbard, right, holds the Bible during a public inauguration ceremony Monday, Jan. 4, 2010 in Houston. Houston is the largest U.S. city to elect an openly gay mayor. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

TRUMP: Deporting MS-13 Is Cheaper than Jailing Them

“Who the hell wants to take care of them?,” President Donald Trump told graduates of the FBI National Academy while speaking about the MS-13 transnational criminal gang. During his speech in Quantico, Virginia, the commander-in-chief said it was cheaper to deport the hyper-violent gang members than to jail them.

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Former Land Commissioner Patterson Challenges George P. Bush for Office

Former Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson will challenge George P. Bush in the 2018 Republican Primary for land commissioner. Patterson served as commissioner of the Texas General Land Office (GLO) for 12 years before he left to run for lieutenant governor. Bush succeeded him in the office.

Jerry Patterson and George P. Bush.