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Former Archbishop Flores Found Safe

Posted: 12/12/2007 - OZONA, Texas (AP) - Retired Archbishop Patrick Flores was found safe Wednesday in Ozona, more than 200 miles from San Antonio, one day after he turned up missing. Police say foul play is not suspected.

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Texas Lawmaker Ordered to Pay Thousands to Ex-Wife

Posted: 12/12/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - State Representative Harold Dutton has been ordered to pay nearly $16,000 in overdue child support payments to his ex-wife. The Houston Democrat and his ex-wife divorced in 1995.

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New City Attorney for City of Bryan

Updated: 12/11/2007 - City of Bryan officials didn't have to look very far to find a new city attorney. City council members unanimously approved appointing Janis Hampton to permanently fill the position.

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Hooters Wins Dispute Over Bryan Location

Updated: 12/11/2007 - The path has been cleared for Hooters restaurant to open in Bryan. In a ruling issued Thursday, a State Office of Administrative Hearings judge granted Hooters a liquor license for its proposed eatery at 3706 S. Texas Avenue.

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Colorado Shooter Posted Anti-Christian Comments Online

Posted: 12/11/2007 - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The Denver Post is reporting that the man who killed four people at a church and a missionary training center in Colorado Sunday had posted an anti-Christian rant online.

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Louisiana Town Bans Baggy Britches

Posted: 12/11/2007 - GONZALES, La. (AP) - The Gonzales, Louisiana, City Council has unanimously passed an ordinance prohibiting people from showing their underwear in public. Police chief Bill Landry says the city's new "saggy pants" ordinance takes effect immediately.

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Python Used in Dallas-area Schools Dies

Posted: 12/11/2007 - PLANO, Texas (AP) - A python used for decades to help Plano students learn about science and reptile life -- has died. Eighteen-foot-long Katy the Burmese python was believed to be in her early 30s. She died over the weekend.

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A&M Biology Profs Join Others in Evolution Push

Posted: 12/11/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Some Texas biology professors, including some from Texas A&M University, have stressed the importance of educating students about evolution. The letter sent this week to Education Commissioner Robert Scott also says Texas Education Agency employees shouldn't be required to stay neutral on the subject.

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Bizarre Roadside Assist Leads to Death Near Conroe

Updated: 12/10/2007 - Police say a man who threatened two good Samaritans who stopped to help him after a minor accident died when he fell from a car he was holding onto and was hit by an oncoming minivan.

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