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Statewide News

Battle over abortion law heads to Federal Appeals Court

Texas abortion providers’ next hurdle in their legal fight against strict abortion regulations is set for next week in a hearing scheduled for federal court.

Conjoined twins set for surgery

A pair of conjoined twins born earlier this year at Houston's Texas Children's Pavilion for Women will soon be separated.

A tale of 2 water districts: 1 aquifer, 2 strategies

 

ERCOT: Grid Should Meet Upcoming Electricity Demands

Texas should have more than enough electricity to keep its lights on this fall and winter, the operator of the grid covering most of the sta

'Black girls' receipt causes stir

Social media is buzzing over what a server at Bubba's Bar & Grill in Houston, Texas wrote on a receipt.

Albuquerque baby snatched, father stabbed

An Albuquerque, New Mexico man is behind bars after allegedly stabbing a man to death after snatching his infant son.

A tale of 2 water districts: 1 aquifer, 2 strategies

A decade ago, prospective water marketers easily secured the rights to pump more than 20 billion gallons of water annually from the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer in Central Texas’ Burleson County.

Testimony Begins in Trial Over Texas Voter ID Law

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UT-Austin: Mission accomplished for $3 billion campaign

University of Texas at Austin officials are claiming victory after an eight-year capital campaign, which ended Aug. 31, exceeded its $3 billion goal.

Boat of Cuban immigrants washes up on South Padre Island

A group of Cuban refugees ended up on the South Padre Island shore Monday after reportedly being at sea for 21 days.

REPORT: Cowboys expected to sign Michael Sam to practice squad

Multiple reports are surfacing that the Dallas Cowboys will bring in Michael Sam in hopes of signing the player to the teams practice squad.

Abbott to call for credit for massive online courses

Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott will call for students to receive college credit for taking massive open online courses — often referred to as "MOOCs&quo

Analysis: Ruling provides candidates a talking point

Give this to state district Judge John Dietz: He gave the next Legislature a purpose. This year’s general election campaigns, to be fair, are just getting started.

Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen set to play benefit concert for Marfa Public Radio

Texas singing legend Robert Earl Keen is set to play Alpine's Granada Theater to help raise funds for Marfa Public Radio in late September.

Reward increased for $10,000 for Texas Most Wanted Fugitive

The reward for Israel Aguirre, 33, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has been increased to $10,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of September.