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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Statewide News

Texas brewery offers free beer for life

A Texas brewery is looking for investors to help build a storefront. Rather than going to the bank for a loan, owner Cary Hodson is offering free beer for life for anyone who invests $2,000 in his startup brewery

Caught on Cam: Houston nail salon shooting

Surveillance video from inside a Houston, Texas nail salon shows a terrifying robbery that ends with one worker shot in the back.

Obama Action on Immigration Could Benefit Texas Economy

EL PASO — With the midterm elections behind him, President Obama said he was ready to take executive action to prevent many undocumented immigrants from being deported, which analysts said could benefit Texas' agricultural, constructi

Water Project Funds Ready To Flow, Almost

Texas is ready to start handing out $2 billion for new water projects, four months ahead of schedule and more than a year after drought-conscious voters overwhelmingly approved using excess oil and gas tax revenue for water development.

Perry attorneys try to disqualify prosecutor

 

New Mexico car contest: Off road endurance

Two New Mexico residents aren't backing down as they compete against each other to win a new car. Randy Willig and Barbara Whitehead have been sitting inside the Dodge Dart for 13 days.

Should city voters pick the Ag Commissioner?

 

'Kissing Bugs' pack punch

Earlier this week, researchers presented on cases of Chagas, an illness spread through "kissing bugs," presented in patients in Texas.

VIDEO: 9 injured after SUV smashes into Texas restaurant

At least nine people were injured when a vehicle plowed into a restaurant near NRG Stadium in southwest Houston, Texas Wednesday.

Decoding the restaurant menu

Sizzling, glazed, creamy, these are just a few of the words you should consider as high-calorie red flags when placing your order.

Abbott Addresses Enterprise Fund, Border Security

Gov.-elect Greg Abbott said Wednesday that the Texas Enterprise Fund, which has given hundreds of millions of dollars to companies looking to relocate to Texas, should be “thoroughly re-evaluated.”

Republicans take over NM House for 1st time in 60 years

Color TV was a brand new thing the last time Republicans gained control of the New Mexico House of Representatives. That was 1953, more than 60 years ago.

Fort Hood marks five years since unimaginable tragedy

It has been five years since a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas left thirteen people dead and more than thirty injured. To date, the shooting caused the most casualties ever suffered on an American Military base.

Ex-CIA agent unseats incumbent Dem Rep. Gallego

General election 2014 is over and the numbers are in. Despite an attempt by Democrats to turn the lonestar state blue, it will remain red.

Denton bans fracking, but challenges almost certain