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Katz Files For Texas Lieutenant Governor

Posted: 12/30/2009 - Restaurateur Marc Katz, a Cadillac-driving fixture in Austin, has filed to run for the powerful post of lieutenant governor in the Democratic primary.

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Cuban Accused Of Medicare Fraud Arrested

Posted: 12/30/2009 - A Cuban citizen accused of defrauding Medicare of about $1.9 million in Kentucky has been detained by customs officers in Brownsville.

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University's Beloved Oak Tree Being Cut Down

Updated: 12/30/2009 - A shady oak tree that served for decades as both a good luck charm for University of Texas Medical Branch students and an open-air study hall is being cut down this week after never recovering from Hurricane Ike.

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Judge Refuses To Dismiss Stanford Shred Case

Posted: 12/30/2009 - A federal judge in Florida has refused to dismiss charges of illegal document shredding against two former employees of disgraced financier Allen Stanford.

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Man Dies After Getting Stuck In Snowdrift

Posted: 12/30/2009 - Officials say a Dimmitt man has died after being run over by his pickup as he was trying to get it out of a snowdrift over the weekend.

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Administrator Accused Of Soliciting Sex

Posted: 12/30/2009 - South Texas prosecutors are accusing a high school assistant principal of soliciting sex from students using text messages.

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Number 6 Story of 2009: Murano Resigns as A&M President

Updated: 12/29/2009 - The Texas A&M presidency is currently in flux because of the story chosen one of the biggest of 2009. Elsa Murano's tenure at the top of A&M tied for sixth on the list you voted on at

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Predator & Prey: Advice From Former Crooks On How to Stay Safe

Updated: 12/30/2009 - This is the time of year when thieves are the busiest. Shopping,gifts,leaving town for the Holidays, these are elements crooks love. We talked to former professionals about your safety; not police but former crooks. They want their identity concealed, but what they tell us will open your eyes:

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Leach's attorney says coach did no wrong

Posted: 12/29/2009 - The lawyer for Mike Leach says the suspended Texas Tech coach did nothing wrong in how he treated a player with a "mild" concussion.

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