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Hegar resigns Senate seat; Dec. 6 special election set

    *Editor's note: This story has been updated to note that the special election to fill Glenn Hegar's Senate seat is set for Dec. 6.

Texas kindergartner kicked?

A Houston, Texas school employee is accused of kicking a kindergartner in the face and leaving him with bruises.

Nebraska hospital prepares for new Ebola patient

A surgeon infected with Ebola will be transported from Sierra Leone to The Nebraska Medical Center for treatment, a U.S. government official familiar with the situation said.

Prison Officials Seek Ways to Recruit, Retain Guards

BEEVILLE — Seventeen soon-to-be corrections officers in blue and gray uniforms listened attentively as Major Robert Lopez explained the importance of their professional appearance and warned them of the corrupting influences they will fac

Russia plans long-range bomber flights over Gulf of Mexico

Russia plans to send long-range bombers to patrol the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, the nation's defense minister said, in what may be Moscow's latest provocative maneuver.

75 and still kicking; The legacy of the Kilgore College Rangerettes

75 years ago an East Texas drill team changed the atmosphere and culture of Kilgore College football games forever.

New Mexico woman wins car after living in it for 19 days

After a man and woman spent 19 days living together in the cramped quarters of a brand new Dodge Dart a winner has been declared.

Appeals Court denies request to rehear Fisher v. UT

 

Site to Inform Low-Income Women About Health Services

Low-income Texas women seeking services like breast and cervical cancer screenings and mental health treatment now have a reliable place to learn about the steps they need to take, Texas Health and Human Services Commissioner Kyle Janek said We

Private sector an oasis for thirsty San Antonio

 

Feds have new leverage in medicaid showdown

 

15-year-old Texas cancer patient shot, killed

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Texas teacher suspended after racist Ferguson tweet

A Texas teacher has been "suspended without pay pending discharge" after accusations that she sent racially charged tweets about the incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, a representative for the Duncanville Independent School District sai

Feds have new leverage in Medicaid showdown

 

Car contest: Still in it to win it

Things are getting a little harder for two New Mexico residents competiting to win a new Dodge Dart. Randy Willig and Barbara Whitehead have been sitting inside the car inside a Hobbs dealership for 19 days.