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Two men who tried to pull a man alive from a burning car wreck talk to KFDM Reporter Jessica Crawford. You do not want to miss this.
The South Texas shopping spree of the head of the giant Mexican Gulf Drug cartel didn't turn out the way he hoped.  Today, he was standing before a judge in Beaumont.

Two former Beaumont school officials settle into new digs today and got their first prison meal.. details at 9PM.

We talk to Governor candidate Greg Abbott about what can be done to improve the health and lives of Veterans.

Thousands of Texans voted early for the Nov. 4 election... without leaving their homes.

The Brandon Tran jury recessed for the night with no verdict.

Tune in at 10pm for these stories, weather, sports and lots more with News Anchor Greg Kerr.

McCraney, Allison check into federal prisons
Devin McCraney checked into the federal correctional facility in Oakdale, Louisiana and Sharika Alison checked into the federal facility in Bryan, Texas today.

Federal Judge Ron Clark sentenced former BISD director of finance Devin McCraney, 35, to 68 months in federal prison and former comptroller Sharika Allison, 43, to 46 months. The judge ordered them to pay restitution for the money they took.

A federal grand jury indicted the pair in January on 18 counts of embezzling the money through a series of wire transfers. McCraney pled guilty to fraud upon programs receiving federal funds. Allison pled guilty to conspiracy. 

Sour Lake: Boil Water Notice canceled. Water passes tests.
UPDATE -- The City of Sour Lake has lifted the Boil Water order effective immediately.  The city issued a press release saying "All lab test have come back and verified the water is safe to consume."

Jury breaks from deliberations in Tran capital murder trial

UPDATE -- after deliberating for most of the afternoon, the jury in the Brandon Tran trial on capital murder has gone home for the day. They will resume in the morning.

JEFFERSON COUNTY - The jury has begun deliberating in the capital murder trial of a man charged with robbing and killing a Port Arthur nightclub owner in September 2012.

KFDM's Jennifer Gordy is covering the trial of Brandon Tran. Stay with KFDM and for updates.

The State rested its case Monday after calling its final witness. The defense didn't put any witnesses on the stand.

A Port Arthur Police officer was the final witness for the prosecution.  Marcelo Molfino took Tran's statement shortly after his arrest. Tran said in his sworn statement that he went to Nikki's lounge September 1, 2012 to rob the owner, Hieu Huynh, 62. In the statement, Huynh said he demanded money from the owner, chased him and shot him, then took his gold chain and wallet.

The District Attorney's Office isn't seeking the death penalty. If convicted, Tran would receive an automatic life sentence.


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