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Austin Fire Contained, 18 Homes Damaged

Posted: 04/18/2011 - An Austin wildfire authorities believe was sparked by a homeless man's campfire burned 100 acres and damaged at least 18 homes.

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Five Homes Burned in Austin Grass Fire

Updated: 04/17/2011 - A grass fire in southwestern Austin has damaged at least five homes and put as many as 10 others in imminent threat.

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State Capitol Considers More Speed Limit Legislation

Updated: 04/16/2011 - Texas drivers would no longer have to slow down for nighttime road trips and some highway speed limits would be increased to 75 mph under legislation approved Friday in the House.

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Interior to be Sued to Force Bison Protections

Posted: 04/14/2011 - Environmental groups have filed notice they plan to sue the federal government to force officials to grant federal protections to plains bison as an endangered species.

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Texas Panel Issues No Ruling in Execution Case

Posted: 04/14/2011 - A state panel looking into the case of an executed Texas inmate is taking no immediate position on whether investigators correctly determined the fire that killed his three children was intentionally set.

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State House Takes Up Immigration Bill

Posted: 04/13/2011 - A House committee will consider legislation targeting undocumented workers. One bill would put people behind bars for hiring an illegal worker, unless they're hired to do household chores.

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Bill Limiting Eminent Domain Up for Vote

Posted: 04/13/2011 - The Texas House is taking up a bill that would limit the ability of governments to seize property using the power of eminent domain.

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Father Not Focused on Blame After Marine's Death

Posted: 04/12/2011 - The father of a Marine reservist from Texas says he's not interested in placing blame as officials explore whether his son died in what could be the first case of American troops killed by a missile fired from a U.S. drone.

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Senate Committee Clears Sonogram Bill

Posted: 04/12/2011 - Gov. Rick Perry's emergency legislation requiring doctors to do a sonogram before performing an abortion is moving forward.

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