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Fort Hood Tears Down Site of 2009 Massacre

Posted: 02/18/2014 - A Texas Army post has razed the building where a former psychiatrist carried out one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history, with plans to put up trees and a memorial in its place.

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DPS Reminds Texans: Election Identification Certificates Available at Driver License Offices, Mobile Stations

Posted: 02/18/2014 - As early voting for the primary election begins today, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans that Election Identification Certificates (EICs) are available at driver license offices, with select offices open on Saturdays, and at mobile stations in select counties. Additionally, select county offices will be issuing EICs at the local level.

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Testimony Starts in Austin Police Slaying

Posted: 02/18/2014 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A Central Texas jury is to hear opening statements in the capital murder trial of a 26-year-old former software engineer charged with fatally shooting an Austin police officer in 2012.

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Six Flags Joins Lawsuit Against Coaster Maker

Updated: 02/18/2014 - Six Flags Over Texas is joining a lawsuit filed by the family of a Dallas woman who fell from a roller coaster at the North Texas amusement park.

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GOP Candidate Abbott Fights Disability Lawsuits

Posted: 02/17/2014 - Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott has vigorously fought disability suits against Texas as the state's attorney general, despite enjoying the benefits of a 1990 federal law that helps guarantee access for disabled people.

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Toddler Dies at Texas Hospital After Pit Bull Attack

Updated: 02/18/2014 - A 2-year-old Temple girl died Monday at Scott & White Hospital after a pit bull her family was watching for a friend attacked her in the backyard of her home after she slipped out of the house without her parents’ knowledge.

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Houston Abortion Doctor's License Suspended

Posted: 02/14/2014 - A Houston abortion provider's medical license has been suspended temporarily by the Texas Medical Board which determined he didn't have proper admitting privileges at a nearby hospital as required under a recently effective state law.

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Past, Present Public Safety Commissioners Recognized

Posted: 02/13/2014 - The Texas Public Safety Commission (PSC) and Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw this week honored Justice Ada Brown for her service on the Public Safety Commission and recognized the newest PSC commissioner, Manny Flores Jr. Additionally, the PSC approved the appointment of Robert J. “Duke” Bodisch as the DPS Deputy Director of Homeland Security.

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Citrus Disease Appears to be Spreading in Texas

Posted: 02/13/2014 - A disease that has damaged citrus crops in Florida and elsewhere appears to be spreading in South Texas, prompting state agriculture officials to expand a quarantine.

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Teen in Skydiving Mishap Says She Blacked Out

Posted: 02/13/2014 - A 16-year-old North Texas girl who plummeted more than 3,000 feet to the ground in a skydiving accident in Oklahoma says she panicked then blacked out after her parachute malfunctioned and doesn't remember striking the ground.

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