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Executions to Resume in Huntsville Tuesday

Updated: 06/02/2008 - Texas will resume its executions Tuesday, this after the Supreme Court ruled lethal injections are not cruel and unusual punishment.

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Judge Refuses To Sign Agreement Regarding Children

Updated: 05/30/2008 - Texas District Judge Barbara Walther wanted to place additional restrictions on the parents and give state child protection workers more authority to monitor the families.

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More Illegal Immigrants Being Arrested

Posted: 05/30/2008 - Federal officials say the number of illegal immigrants arrested and deported from North Texas and Oklahoma has risen dramatically.

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Lawyer Sues Harris County Over Alleged Retaliation

Posted: 05/30/2008 - The lawyer for two brothers who won a million-dollar settlement in a lawsuit against the Harris County Sheriff's Department is now seeking federal supervision of the department.

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US Rail Network Facing Congestion 'Calamity'

Posted: 05/30/2008 - Matthew Rose stood before fellow industry leaders and pointing to a map illustrating what he says is the future of the U.S. rail freight network. It was drenched in red - east to west, north to south.

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Another Hurricane Season Starts For Texas Coast

Updated: 02/23/2012 - Robyn Worthen's work depends on the weather. But she says from behind the counter of Galveston's Aunt Margies Bait Camp that she doesn't put much faith in the long-range forecasts calling for an active hurricane season.

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Border Governors Head to Mexico as Violence Rises

Posted: 05/29/2008 - Governors from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are in Mexico City to push for more crime-fighting and border security amid unprecedented violence in Mexico.

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Texas Court Scraps $26M Verdict in Vioxx Case

Posted: 05/29/2008 - A Texas appeals court has scrapped a 26 million-dollar verdict against the drugmaker Merck stemming from the first trial involving its once popular painkiller Vioxx.

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Houston to Defend PD's Beard Ban

Posted: 05/29/2008 - The Houston City Council has unanimously authorized spending up to $150,000 to defend the city in a lawsuit challenging the police department's ban on beards.

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