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IRS Outlines Filing and Payment Options for Taxpayers Affected by Texas Wildfires

Posted: 10/04/2011 - The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers affected by Texas wildfires that they have been granted an extended amount of time, until Oct. 31, to meet certain tax filing and payment obligations and announced that e-File and Free File would remain available to accept their returns.

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Blaze Spares 30-foot Mural in San Antonio

Posted: 10/04/2011 - SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A fire that destroyed a historic San Antonio building has spared a 30-foot mural painted by a Hill Country landscape artist more than 50 years ago.

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Newspaper: 2 US Citizens Killed in Juarez

Posted: 10/04/2011 - EL PASO, Texas - Two U.S. citizens are reportedly among four people who were killed when gunmen attacked an SUV in Ciudad JuDarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas.

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Bat Colonies Face Adversity Amid Texas Drought

Posted: 10/04/2011 - BRACKEN, Texas - The historic drought is changing the behavior of the stars of one of Texas' natural summer marvels, raising fears the spectacle next year may be less spectacular.

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Massive Texas Plant Fire Nearly Contained

Posted: 10/03/2011 - A fire official says a massive blaze at a plant south of Dallas is nearly contained and about 1,000 residents who had been forced to evacuate are being allowed to return to their homes.

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State Approves Funding For Congested Corridors, Bridges

Posted: 10/03/2011 - The Texas Transportation Commission today approved distribution of $3 billion in Proposition 12 bond funding that will address congested highways, rehabilitate bridges and improve connectivity between the state’s metropolitan areas.

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Texas Man Imprisoned for Wife's Death to be Freed

Posted: 10/03/2011 - GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) - Texas prosecutors have agreed to release a man who spent nearly 25 years in prison for murdering his wife after reviewing evidence that the man is innocent.

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Both Sides to Close Monday in Retaliation Trial

Posted: 10/03/2011 - BIG SPRING, Texas - Attorneys are scheduled to make their closing arguments in Big Spring in the trial of a West Texas prosecutor accused of helping a doctor retaliate against two whistle-blowing hospital nurses.

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Council Member Indicted

Posted: 09/30/2011 - A Forest Hill City Council member has been indicted on a charge of assault-bodily injury in connection with his fight with the former mayor earlier this year at City Hall.

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Romney, Perry to Reach Deeper into Early States

Posted: 09/30/2011 - DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is executing a long-planned, methodical strategy to secure the Republican presidential nomination, while his chief opponent, Rick Perry, continues to firm his challenge to the experienced campaigner on the fly.

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Former Firefighter Charged With Murder

Posted: 09/30/2011 - A former firefighter has been indicted on a murder charge in the July death of his girlfriend, whose body was found floating in Lake Travis, wrapped in a tent and weighted with a paint can.

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Austin Woman Indicted In Fatal Hit and Run

Posted: 09/30/2011 - A Travis County grand jury has indicted a former state legislative employee on a charge of failure to stop and render aid in a crash that left a pedestrian dead in May in Austin.

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Harris County Official Pleads Guilty In Case

Posted: 09/30/2011 - A Harris County commissioner who had been facing a retrial on charges he took more than $100,000 in bribes to help a Houston developer obtain millions of dollars in contracts has pleaded guilty in the case.

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Accused "Twilight Rapist" Gets Life in Prison

Updated: 09/30/2011 - A former Texas prison employee suspected of being a serial rapist who targeted older women has been sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting a disabled woman.

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Cattle Imported into Nebraska Could Bring Disease

Posted: 09/30/2011 - Nebraska agriculture officials are concerned that cattle imported into the state from drought-stricken areas of Texas and Oklahoma could bring diseases with them, so they are encouraging ranchers to follow import rules.

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Perry Says He'd Stop Drug Trafficking, Violence

Posted: 09/30/2011 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry is defending his policy of allowing tuition assistance for illegal immigrants at state colleges and universities, saying the lack of a cohesive federal immigration policy forced his hand.

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Gulf Island Foresees 700 Jobs in Texas, LA

Posted: 09/30/2011 - The CEO of Gulf Island Fabrication, a leading manufacturer of offshore rigs and drilling platforms, says the company intends to hire hundreds of workers in Louisiana and Texas as it begins work on new projects.

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US Soldier on Trial for Killing Contractor in Iraq

Posted: 09/30/2011 - An Army psychiatrist says a U.S. soldier on trial for killing a civilian contractor in Iraq was a paranoid schizophrenic and "not mentally responsible" for the close-range shooting death.

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Jackson Bodyguard says Doc Told Him to Hide Vials

Posted: 09/30/2011 - The first bodyguard to reach Michael Jackson's bedroom after the singer's doctor called for help has told jurors that he was told by the doctor to hide medicine vials before calling 911.

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1 Dies in Crash During Deputy's Pursuit

Updated: 09/30/2011 - Authorities say one person died and three were seriously injured after a vehicle being pursued by a Lubbock County sheriff's deputy crashed

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