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Dad Charged with Attempted Murder

Posted: 06/30/2011 - A father accused of abandoning his 4-year-old son along a rural West Texas highway in the middle of the night was charged Thursday with attempted capital murder, prosecutors said.

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Officer Fired, Charged with Stealing Driver's Gun

Posted: 06/30/2011 - A Dallas police officer has been fired and charged with theft and evidence tampering after investigators accused him of keeping a handgun confiscated from a motorist during a traffic stop.

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Kimbrough Named A&M System's Deputy Chancellor

Updated: 06/30/2011 - The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents today selected Jay Kimbrough as the A&M System’s deputy chancellor during a special telephonic meeting.

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College Station Ranks Terribly on Number of College Degrees

Updated: 06/30/2011 - A research report by G. Scott Thomas for the Business Journals Digital, an arm of the DBJ’s parent company, places College Station as 165th amid cities with the percentage of 18-34 year-olds with a college degree or higher.

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Rare White Buffalo Calf Named in E. Texas Ceremony

Posted: 06/29/2011 - A rare white buffalo calf regarded as sacred by Lakota Sioux tradition has officially been named at a ceremony that drew hundreds of people to the East Texas city of Greenville.

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Republicans Blame Each Other for Bill Failure

Posted: 06/29/2011 - When the Texas Legislature's special session began, Republican majorities in the House and Senate warned Democrats they wouldn't be able to stop an immigration enforcement bill that had sparked one of the toughest partisan fights of the year.

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Texas Woman Dies While Hiking in New Mexico Desert

Posted: 06/29/2011 - Authorities say a West Texas woman died while hiking in the New Mexico desert, apparently because of the extreme heat that has been affecting the area over the past weeks.

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Law Enforcement to Conduct "No Refusal Weekend"

Posted: 06/28/2011 - Every year, well over 1,000 Texans are killed as a result of impaired driving. This holiday weekend, over 200 law enforcement agencies have banded together to enforce drinking and driving laws during this statewide No Refusal weekend.

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Reduced Demand Alleviates Electric Emergency

Posted: 06/28/2011 - The manager of the Texas electrical grid is crediting conservation efforts for a peak electrical demand Monday that was less than it had feared when it declared an emergency.

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Task Force: Restoring Sediment Key to Gulf Revival

Posted: 06/27/2011 - Officials surveying damage to the Gulf Coast since last year's disastrous oil spill say one of their biggest challenges is restoring the flow of sediment that is crucial to the wetlands and barrier islands that provide habitat to wildlife and protect residents from storms.

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House Approves Furlough, Lower Pay for Teachers

Posted: 06/27/2011 - The Texas Legislature has approved a bill allowing public school districts to cut teacher pay and furlough them beginning in 2012, in an attempt to avoid mass layoffs.

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Airport Groping Bill Weakened

Posted: 06/27/2011 - A Texas Senate committee has passed a weakened version of a bill criminalizing intrusive security pat-downs at airports, angering many of the people who showed up to support it.

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Lawmakers Approve Major Budget Measure

Posted: 06/27/2011 - Texas lawmakers have passed a major budget-balancing bill that was a must-pass in the special session. The measure now goes to Gov. Rick Perry for his signature.

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Lawmakers Further Restrict Abortions

Posted: 06/27/2011 - Texas lawmakers have approved a massive health care bill that includes new restrictions on abortions. The measure now goes to the governor.

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