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Madden shooting survivor dies in car crash in Texas
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A Texas man who survived a mass shooting during a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, last month died Sunday in a car crash. Ryen Aleman, 25, of Robstown, Texas, died in a single-vehicle accident Sunday, said Sgt. Nathan Brandley, a spokesman for the Texas Departm
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Texas to remove Helen Keller from curriculum - CNN Video
Texas to remove Helen Keller from curriculumCuomo Prime TimeTexas students may no longer have to learn about Hillary Clinton, Barry Goldwater and Helen Keller in social studies class. Dallas Morning News reporter Lauren McGaughy explains why.Source: CNN
Texas' Roach has broken foot, will need surgery
Roach, who will undergo surgery, suffered the injury during the first half of Saturday's 37-14 win overUSC.
Tampa Bay Rays 3, Texas Rangers 0
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) —Tyler Glasnowallowed two infield singles in six innings for his first win sinceTampa Baytraded Chris Archer to get the right-hander, and theRaysbeat theTexas Rangers3-0 on Monday night.
Battle of Dividends: Texas Instruments vs. Home Depot -- The Motley Fool
With so many stocks trading at pricey valuations, are you looking for solid dividend stocks to round out your portfolio? Two all-star dividend stocks are semiconductor companyTexas Instruments(NASDAQ:TXN)and home improvement retailerHome Depot(NYSE:HD). Both stocks benefit from meaningful dividend y
What to take with you as you move on from Texas’ win over USC
This is, however, an in-depth look into a predicament Texas fans have faced during the last eight seasons, and each time the Longhorns have left their followers broken hearted and feeling burned.
Behind the Numbers: What mattered most for Texas in win over USC
AUSTIN, Texas— The most important number for Texas in a 37-14 win over USC wasn’t the school-record crowd of 103,507 fans who filed into Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium or the Longhorns becoming the third program in college football history to record 900 all-time victories (900-367-33). It’s the 23-poi
Police: Elderly woman with Alzheimer, bipolar disorder disappears overnight in Texas City
TEXAS CITY, Texas — Local police are searching for an elderly woman with serious medical issues after she was reported missing from the Texas City area, according to investigators Friday.
Abilene man hit and killed by car had just 'gotten back on his feet,' according to family
Mike Andrade, 54, of Abilene, had gone to pay a phone bill when he went to go catch a bus and was hit by an SUV while trying to cross the road, said his brother, Sal Andrade.
Texas electric grid did just fine without coal-fired power plants
© Spencer Platt, Staff / Getty ImagesCOLORADO CITY, TX - JANUARY 21: Wind turbines are viewed at a wind farm on January 21, 2016 in Colorado City, Texas. Wind power accounted for 8.3 percent of the electricity generated in Texas during 2013. Texas, which in just the last five years has tripled its o
Man Jacked-Up on Meth Arrived Heavily Armed at the Big Spring Walmart Until Police Intervened
The man, who police described as under the influence of methamphetamines, and possibly having a mental crisis, was first seen by Walmart employees when he brandished a handgun while inside the store at around 4:20 a.m. Walmart employees called 9-1-1, though police learned later he didn’t threaten an
Armed robbery suspects wanted in Hamlin
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Agriculture roundup: Beef conference in Roscoe among upcoming workshops
Dr. Bruce Carpenter, AgriLife Extension beef cattle specialist, will be the speaker for a Beef Cattle Conference Tuesday in Roscoe.
Big Country Notebook: Early-season surprise teams begin to emerge
No team fits the description of "surprise" better than the Dublin Lions this season. Dublin knocked off Albany at home 26-20 on Friday, improving to 2-0 in the process. The Lions are one win away from matching their win total from 2017, when the team lost to Albany 61-21.
Trio of Buzzi Unicem facilities earn US EPA certification
The Buzzi Unicem USA manufacturing facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Festus, Missouri, and Maryneal, Texas, have earned 2018 ENERGY STAR® certifications from the US Environmental Protection Agency, in recognition of their superior energy performance among similar facilities in the industry.
Texas Task Force 1 deployed for potential flooding in South Texas
COLLEGE STATION – The Texas Division of Emergency Management has deployed Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1), which is sponsored by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, to South Texas in preparation for heavy rains and possible flash flooding today and through the weekend.
Alamo Heights science teacher tops in Texas
Jeff Wheatcraft will represent Texas in the National Teacher of the Year competition, according to the Texas Association of State Administrators, which facilitates the annual statewide award.
Texas HS Football: Week 3 stats from across the state
For the second weekend in a row, rain wreaked havoc on the Texas high school football schedule. Some teams saw their games moved from Friday to Thursday, others saw long delays on Friday night and some others were canceled outright.
Texas A&M Drops 3-2 Match to Sooners - Texas A&M University Athletics Department
NORMAN, Okla.– Texas A&M suffered its second consecutive five-set loss as Oklahoma fought off one match point and held off the Aggies, 25-19, 22-25, 19-25, 25-20, 16-14, tonight in the OU/Nike Invitational at McCasland Field House.