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Same Bank Hit Again in The Woodlands

Updated: 07/23/2009 - The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office needs your help finding the man responsible for holding up a bank in The Woodlands.

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Gun Shots Reported On Texas Southern University Campus

Updated: 07/23/2009 - A Texas Southern University spokeswoman says six people were shot and wounded at a community rally on the Texas Southern University campus in what police believe was a gang-related drive-by shooting.

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Mosquitoes Down During Dry Spells, West Nile Virus Up

Posted: 07/22/2009 - Harris County officials began aerial spraying for the mosquitoes in parts of Tomball and Jersey Village. While the mosquito population goes down during the dry times, the prevalence of the West Nile virus actually goes up.

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Inmate Set To Die Thursday Awaiting Reprieve

Posted: 07/22/2009 - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is considering whether to stop the scheduled Thursday execution of a man convicted of abducting, robbing and fatally shooting a Dallas man a decade ago.

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Unemployment Spikes in Bryan-College Station

Updated: 07/17/2009 - Up until now, unemployment in Bryan-College Station had remained steady, virtually unfazed by what was happening across the state and the nation. But employment numbers out Friday morning show a sharp spike.

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Churches Damaged By Vandals

Updated: 07/16/2009 - WHARTON, Texas (AP) - Vandals who targeted two churches in Wharton destroyed windows, overturned pews and damaged musical instruments.

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Wildfire Awareness

Posted: 07/15/2009 - Tips on staying safe during dry conditions.

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Texas' Drought Worsens

Updated: 07/15/2009 - LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Ovenlike heat continues to bake Texas, and the map that charts drought in the United States shows the worst-stricken areas of Texas have wilted further.

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Missing South TX Drug Dog Found

Updated: 07/15/2009 - ALICE, Texas (AP) - The search is over for Ivo (EYE'-voh). The Jim Wells County drug-sniffing dog that turned up missing from a fenced yard July Fourth has been located.

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Drunk Driving Decrease

Posted: 07/15/2009 - According to a new report fewer Americans are driving drunk.

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Texas Fund for Unemployed to Run Out of Money

Posted: 07/14/2009 - The state unemployment insurance trust fund will run out of money next week, forcing the Texas Workforce Commission to borrow $643 million from the federal government to cover claims.

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Texas Mulls Massive `Ike Dike' to Prevent Flooding

Posted: 07/14/2009 - A 55-mile-long, 17-foot-high barrier would be built along the Texas Gulf Coast to fend off the sort of devastating flooding inflicted by last year's Hurricane Ike.

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Dell Computers- Worst May Be Behind US

Updated: 07/14/2009 - SEATTLE (AP) - Dell Inc. says the U.S. personal computer market has reached its low point. But the timing of a global turnaround in the technology industry remains anyone's guess.

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Cell Phone Fines Mean Big Bucks for Some Texas School Districts

Posted: 07/13/2009 - It's all because of students being fined for texting or chatting in the classroom. The Texas education code lets schools fine students for violating cell phone polices. Lanier Middle School student Alisa Martinez learned that lesson the hard way. She knew she was supposed to keep her phone in her locker, but she didn't follow the rule.

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