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75 and still kicking; The legacy of the Kilgore College Rangerettes

75 years ago an East Texas drill team changed the atmosphere and culture of Kilgore College football games forever.

New Mexico woman wins car after living in it for 19 days

After a man and woman spent 19 days living together in the cramped quarters of a brand new Dodge Dart a winner has been declared.

Appeals Court denies request to rehear Fisher v. UT

 

Site to Inform Low-Income Women About Health Services

Low-income Texas women seeking services like breast and cervical cancer screenings and mental health treatment now have a reliable place to learn about the steps they need to take, Texas Health and Human Services Commissioner Kyle Janek said We

Private sector an oasis for thirsty San Antonio

 

Feds have new leverage in medicaid showdown

 

15-year-old Texas cancer patient shot, killed

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Texas teacher suspended after racist Ferguson tweet

A Texas teacher has been "suspended without pay pending discharge" after accusations that she sent racially charged tweets about the incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, a representative for the Duncanville Independent School District sai

Feds have new leverage in Medicaid showdown

 

Car contest: Still in it to win it

Things are getting a little harder for two New Mexico residents competiting to win a new Dodge Dart. Randy Willig and Barbara Whitehead have been sitting inside the car inside a Hobbs dealership for 19 days.

Alamogordo police continue to investigate shooting death of two teens

Alamogordo Police are investigating the deaths of two young men that were found shot in a car earlier this month.

Gila National Forest begins issuing Christmas tree permits November 24

Christmas tree permits will go on sale at Gila National Forest offices starting Monday, Nov. 24, 2014.

Obama, Perry discuss next steps regarding Ebola

 

Obama, Perry Discuss Next Steps Regarding Ebola

During a phone call Friday, President Obama congratulated Gov. Rick Perry and other Texas officials on reaching a major milestone in the state's fight against Ebola.