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Montgomery County Marijuana Plant Seizure

Updated: 08/23/2011 - On Tuesday, August 23, 2011, The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) seized approximately 10, 000 marijuana plants that were found growing in the Sam Houston National Forest.

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Move to SEC Could Separate Aggies from State

Updated: 08/30/2011 - Now that A&M is looking to ride away from the Big 12 and its longtime rivals and into the Southeastern Conference, questions abound about what this would mean for the university and the Texas teams left in its wake.

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Judge Hoping for Resolution of Religious Bias Suit

Posted: 08/22/2011 - A federal judge is asking attorneys for several veterans groups and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to settle a lawsuit accusing Houston VA officials of religious discrimination.

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Perry Wrestles with His Own Health Care Approach

Posted: 08/22/2011 - Experts say Texas would be among the biggest beneficiaries of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. The state stands to gain coverage for nearly 4 million uninsured residents.

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Jobs 'Booming' in Oil, Gas Industry

Updated: 08/19/2011 - With how unstable the economy is, and unemployment creeping back up, nearly every aspect of the market is being touched. One area that's not? Petroleum engineering.

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Missing League City Girl Found Safe

Posted: 08/19/2011 - LEAGUE CITY, Texas - An Amber Alert issued for a14-year-old girl who went missing from League City Tuesday has been canceled, according to the Office of Emergency Management. Andrea Love Fox was found safe in Wichita Falls.

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West Texas Town Teeters On Drying Up in Drought

Posted: 08/18/2011 - ROBERT LEE, Texas (AP) - The worst Texas drought since the 1950s is drying up lakes, emptying reservoirs and leaving some towns facing a grim prospect - running out of water.

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Texas Ag Losses at Record $5.2B

Posted: 08/17/2011 - The blistering Texas drought has caused an estimated record $5.2 billion in crop and livestock losses.

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Perryman: A&M Defection Would Cost Texas Millions Of Dollars

Updated: 08/20/2011 - If Texas A&M leaves the Big 12 Conference, the state would lose thousands of jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in business activity and state and local revenue, leading economist Dr. Ray Perryman said Monday.

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