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Houston Medical Center considers ways to prevent Ebola


Cowboys' Scandrick suspended four games

A Dallas Cowboys defensive player will be suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the NFL'S performance-enhancing drugs policy.

Houston Medical Center considers ways to prevent Ebola

When Dr.

Fort Davis set to hold 'Davis Mountains Hummingbird Festival'

The Fort Davis Chamber of Commerce will once again host the annual Davis Mountains Hummingbird Festival in the tiny town of Fort Davis, affectionately known to birding enthusiasts as the “Hummingbird Capital of Texas”.

Court: Ten Commandments in New Mexico must go

The city of Bloomfield, New Mexico has 30 days to appeal a decision made by a federal judge to remove a monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments from the lawn in front of Bloomfield City Hall.

Gun permits becoming more common in New Mexico, especially among women

The number of active concealed carry permits in New Mexico increased by about 30 percent during the past two years, according to the latest figures from the Department of Public Safety.

Feds: Texas responsible for misspent Medicaid dollars

Texas is “ultimately responsible” for millions of misspent Medicaid dollars, according to a new federal audit, because a state agency failed to properly oversee the c

VIDEO: 6 killed after police chase reaches 100 MPH

A crash after a police chase near Houston has claimed six lives.

VIDEO: TABC considering proposal to sell alcohol at gun shows

  Gun buyers could soon be able to grab a cold one while browsing the merchandise at gun shows in Texas. The State Alcoholic Beverage Commission is considering the proposal. But, the reaction is mixed.

VIDEO: Jerry Jones has 'no comment' on racy photos that popped up online

Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones spoke to the media Sunday for the first time since some racy pictures were leaked online last week.

Texas woman booted from restaurant after changing baby's diaper

A Texas mother says she was kicked out of a pizza restaurant for changing her baby at the table. She says there was no changing table in the restroom. The restaurant's owners say that's no excuse.

The Brief: Cruz/ Perry rivalry warms up

The rivalry between U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Rick Perry warmed up over the weekend.

A new test for Texas' abortion restrictions

The latest legal challenge to Texas’ sweeping abortion measures

Some Texas cities turn to higher water impact fees

As cities across Texas continue to spread out, water suppliers and local governments are faced with the question of who should pay for building the infrastructure needed to handle the growth.