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Governor Perry visits National Guard troops

Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Bastrop County Wednesday to check on the progress of his executive order to deploy 1000 Texas National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border to help secure the border.

Texas runaway lives inside local Walmart for more than 2 days

A missing East Texas child made national headlines after it was learned he had been hiding inside a local Walmart for days.

Teacher's pet?

Teachers preparing for the first day of school got a surprise Wednesday morning when an alligator was found on campus at a Katy, Texas junior high school. The gator was found outside a door at Beck Junior High.

New ruling keeps old travel records secret

After critics raised a stink about the tax dollars being spent to provide security for Gov.

Arguments wrap up in trial over abortion restrictions

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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.