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Suspects Released in Yogurt Shop Murders

Updated: 06/24/2009 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A judge has ordered the release from jail of two suspects awaiting retrial in the 1991 murders of four teenage girls at an Austin yogurt shop.

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American Idol Tryouts at New Cowboy Stadium

Updated: 06/23/2009 - ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Got talent and time to wait? Registration for Texas auditions for the next season "American Idol" will be Wednesday and Thursday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

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Chancellor Addresses A&M Turmoil in Open Letter

Updated: 06/22/2009 - Setting the record straight. It's what Texas A&M University System Chancellor Mike McKinney is hoping to do in an open letter released Monday to students, faculty, former students and friends of Texas A&M.

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Critics Say Tough to Keep Fragile Patients Home

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Disability rights advocates are criticizing how state officials interpret a provision designed to keep medically fragile people from being forced into lower-cost facilities when they would be safer in their own homes.

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Perry Signs Law To Help Texas Universities

Updated: 06/17/2009 - RICHARDSON, Texas (AP) - Gov. Rick Perry today signed into law a bill that awards seven Texas universities millions of dollars to help them become top U.S. research institutions.

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*Update*Schulenburg Train Derailment

Updated: 06/17/2009 - SCHULENBURG, Texas (AP) - An all-night evacuation of more than 80 homes is over after crews worked all night to contain hazardous chemicals after a freight train derailment in Fayette County.

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CS 8-Year-Old Put on Wrong Continental Express Flight

Updated: 06/18/2009 - The mother of an 8-year-old Texas girl believes it was more than miscommunication that resulted in her daughter being one of two unaccompanied minors who were placed on wrong Continental Express flights over the weekend.

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Texas Livestock Restrictions

Updated: 06/16/2009 - Some Texas livestock exports required to have health permit after viral disease found in West Texas.

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Governor Signs State School Reforms Into Law

Posted: 06/11/2009 - Governor Rick Perry has signed legislation improving security and oversight of the state's large institutions for the mentally disabled which have been hit with allegations of widespread abuse and neglect.

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Help On The Way to N.Texas -Thousands Without Power

Posted: 06/11/2009 - DALLAS (AP) - Electric linemen are being brought in from Oklahoma and Houston to help restore power to tens of thousands of North Texas customers left in the dark by a series of storms.

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Teacher Shortages Looming - Texas A&M Bracing For It

Updated: 06/10/2009 - Mentoring programs and more aggressive recruitment in fields other than teaching will help school systems brace for the upcoming wave of teacher retirements that will exceed any in history, says a Texas A&M University educator and trainer of school administrators.

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Governor Perry Breaks Collarbone In Biking Accident

Posted: 06/10/2009 - Texas Governor Rick Perry has been released from an Austin hospital where he was treated after breaking his right collarbone Tuesday in a mountain biking accident near his home.

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Former AT&T CEO to Become New GM Chairman

Posted: 06/09/2009 - DETROIT (AP) - General Motors Corp. says the former chairman and CEO of Dallas-based AT&T will become the chairman of the reorganized automaker later this summer.

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