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Airlines Battling Ice To Get Fans To Super Bowl

Posted: 02/04/2011 - With thawing temperatures expected over the weekend, airlines are optimistic that out-of-town fans will get to icy Texas in time to see the Super Bowl.

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Freezing Rain Shuts Down Highways Across Texas

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Posted: 02/04/2011 - Forecasters say freezing rain and sleet that shut down interstate highways in San Antonio and Corpus Christi may worsen during the morning commute.

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Video Shows Houston Teen's Alleged Police Beating

Posted: 02/03/2011 - A newly released video appears to show four Houston police officers kicking and stomping on a teenage burglar whose family has since filed a federal lawsuit over the incident.

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Obama: 'I've Got Some Love For The Steelers'

Posted: 02/03/2011 - President Barack Obama is hinting on Pennsylvania soil that he might root for Pittsburgh's beloved Steelers when they meet Green Bay Sunday in the Super Bowl.

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Parents, Advocates Deplore Cuts For The Disabled

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Parents and advocates for the disabled wore rain ponchos while testifying before state senators on Thursday, demanding they spend the Rainy Day Fund to maintain state services.

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ERCOT Cancels Emergency, Conservation Needed

Updated: 02/03/2011 - The Texas council that oversees the state's power grids says valves, pipes and monitors at power plants statewide froze causing emergency rolling outages on some of the coldest days of the year.

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Fallen Marine's Parents Adopt Son's Bomb Dog

Posted: 02/03/2011 - A bomb-sniffing Labrador whose handler was killed in combat has new owners - the family of the fallen U.S. Marine who the dog loyally obeyed in Afghanistan.

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Perry Absent During Winter Emergency

Posted: 02/03/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - One notable Texan quietly left the state before the ice and rolling blackouts wreaked havoc: Gov. Rick Perry.

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Dewhurst, Perry React to State Power Crisis

Posted: 02/02/2011 - Burst water pipes at two coal-fired power plants forced them to shut down, triggering rolling power cuts across the state, the lieutenant governor said Wednesday.

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Judge: Michael Jackson's Family Can Sue Promoter

Posted: 02/02/2011 - A judge has ruled that Michael Jackson's mother can sue entertainment giant AEG on behalf of the singer's family, allowing her to claim that the concert promoter was responsible for medical decisions that led to Jackson's death.

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BP Oil Spill Claims Czar Says Recovery In 3 Years

Posted: 02/02/2011 - The administrator of BP's $20 billion Gulf oil spill compensation fund says he expects the region to recover within three years. The fund will use that assessment to determine how much to pay spill victims in final settlements.

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Houston-Area Doctor Gets 15 Years For Fraud Scheme

Posted: 02/02/2011 - A Houston-area physician has been sentenced to 15 years in prison and must forfeit more than $43 million in cash and property after pleading guilty to engaging in health care fraud over 10 years.

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Trial Of Ex-CIA Operative Delayed By Snow

Posted: 02/02/2011 - The trial of a Cuba-born former CIA operative accused of lying to U.S. authorities during an immigration hearing has been suspended for a day because the Texas courthouse closed due to snow.

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Unemployment Rate Drops In Most Metro Areas

Posted: 02/02/2011 - The unemployment rate fell or stayed the same in December in two-thirds of the nation's largest metro areas, fresh evidence that employers are slowly adding jobs.

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Lt. Gov.: Burst Water Pipes Led To Power Outages

Updated: 02/02/2011 - Burst water pipes at two coal-fired power plants forced them to shut down, triggering rolling power cuts across the state, the lieutenant governor said Wednesday.

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