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Jury to be Picked for Fatal Bleach Injections Case

Posted: 01/23/2012 - Jury selection is expected to begin Monday for the upcoming trial of a former Lufkin dialysis nurse accused of killing five patients by injecting them with bleach.

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Marine From Texas Dies In Afghanistan

Posted: 01/21/2012 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The Defense Department reports that a Houston-area Marine assigned to Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, has died of injuries suffered while supporting combat operations in Afghanistan.

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A Constitutional Fight Over a Texas Law

Updated: 01/20/2012 - Oral arguments are set for today in federal court over a Texas law requiring a woman to have a sonogram before getting an abortion

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Johnson & Johnson settles suit with Texas

Updated: 01/20/2012 - A Johnson & Johnson subsidiary says a lawsuit that Texas filed against the health care giant has been settled for $158 million.

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Supreme Court Rules on Texas Redistricting

Updated: 01/20/2012 - The Supreme Court has thrown out electoral maps drawn by federal judges in Texas that favored minorities. The unsigned opinion Friday left the fate of Texas' April primaries unclear.

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DPS Graduates 57 New Highway Patrol Troopers

Posted: 01/19/2012 - Fifty-seven men and women became Texas Highway Patrol troopers this morning after reciting the state’s law enforcement oath and receiving their badges during a ceremony in Austin.

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Obama: No on Oil Pipeline, More Review Needed

Updated: 01/18/2012 - President Barack Obama says he's denying an application for a Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline because a GOP-mandated deadline didn't allow time for a full review.

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Texas Tribune: Three Decades of Capital Punishment in Texas

Posted: 01/17/2012 - Thirty-five years ago today, the state of Utah executed Gary Gilmore by firing squad and restarted the death penalty in the United States. Texas followed suit, reinstating capital punishment in 1982 and quickly becoming home to the nation's busiest execution chamber.

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Funding Cuts Felt by Texas Volunteer Firefighters

Posted: 01/17/2012 - Budget cuts that have reduced annual state grants for volunteer firefighters by almost three-fourths since 2009 had "a huge impact" on authorities' ability to fight last year's record-setting wave of wildfires, the director of the Texas Forest Service told lawmakers Tuesday.

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Celebrations in Texas for MLK Federal Holiday

Posted: 01/16/2012 - Parades, music and community programs have been scheduled across Texas to mark the federal holiday honoring the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

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First US Full Face Transplant Patient Smiling

Posted: 01/15/2012 - Ten months after becoming the first person to get a full face transplant in the United States, a Fort Worth man marvels at recovering the ability of expression.

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