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At UH, a push for tier one prompts praise and questions


Perry says he still supports in-state tuition law


In debate, Davis takes aim at Abbott as he targets Obama

EDINBURG — Using the first gubernatorial debate to go on the attack Friday night, Wendy Davis slammed Republican

Body of missing Travis County Sheriff's Deputy found

The body of Travis County Senior Depuy Jessica Holls was pulled from Lake Austin Friday.

Caught on Cam: New Mexico 'carnie' jail brawl

A New Mexico carnival worker is recovering after two brutal assaults inside the Bernalillo County Jail.

Fort Bliss movie premieres at Fort Bliss Grand Theatre

'Fort Bliss' the movie which stars Michelle Monaghan as an Army Medic and single mother who returns from an extended deployment in Afghanistan starts Friday at The Grand Theatre on post.

Education board members question teacher prep requirements

Texas education officials took an initial step Thursday toward asking the state to reconsider raising the minimum college GPA needed for prospective educators to enter certification programs.

Flu vaccine manufacturing plant will open in Texas

Texas Governor Rick Perry helped dedicate a national pandemic influenza vaccine manufacturing facility Thursday.

RON WASHINGTON: 'I was unfaithful to my wife after 42 years'

On Friday, Rangers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Jon Daniels issued the following statement concerning the resignatio

Search in progress for Texas deputy swept away by flooding

Rescue teams in Austin are searching for a Travis County Sheriff's deputy who was swept away during a flash flood early Thursday morning.

Elderly Texas pastor charged with sexual assault

An elderly East Texas man has been arrested on on four counts of aggravated sexual assault of a disabled individual.

Abbott, Davis to meet for high-stakes debate

They’ve sniped at each other from afar, blasted the airwaves with TV ads, held rallies, made phone calls and raised money.

Texas Supreme Court weighs oilfield fraud case

Texas’ drilling bonanza can mean long-lasting windfalls for mineral owners in the state’s hottest shale plays – if those lessors make sure oil and gas operators pay what they promise.

Staples to head Oil and Gas Association

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