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UIL state basketball tournaments officially moving to San Antonio Alamodome

UIL state basketball tournaments officially moving to San Antonio Alamodome

The 2015 University Interscholastic League Girls and Boys State Basketball Tournaments will be played at the Alamodome in San Antonio the UIL announced Tuesday.
Public hearing process for GoBus fare increases

Public hearing process for GoBus fare increases

On July 2, 2014, the ETCOG Executive Committee approved to begin the public hearing process required to raise fare rates for GoBus rural public transportation system.

Immigrants posing as 'fake families' to stay in the U.S.

The influx of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the border may be triggering yet another problem for Border Patrol agents--fake family units.
ETX man accused of lumber attack, forcing child to ingest meth

ETX man accused of lumber attack, forcing child to ingest meth

An East Texas man was arrested over the weekend after police learned he allegedly attacked several people with a piece of lumber and forced a child to ingest methamphetamine.

Texas man violently kills girlfriend in front of her 4 children

A Texas man is accused of stabbing his girlfriend several times, then throwing her off a balcony-- all in front of her four young children. The victim died later at the hospital, and the boyfriend is now in jail being held without bond.
Spurrier weighs in on Aggies in preparation for Aug. 28 opener

Spurrier weighs in on Aggies in preparation for Aug. 28 opener

Because the teams meet for the first time in their Aug. 28 opener, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier spent much of Tuesday weighing in on the Aggies.
Adrian Beltre’s duty now: Keep lowly Rangers from quitting

Adrian Beltre’s duty now: Keep lowly Rangers from quitting

In another hotel ballroom Monday at another All-Star Game media day amid the American League’s best players, Adrian Beltre played the role of his manager.
Parsons disappointed with treatment by Rockets

Parsons disappointed with treatment by Rockets

Former Rockets forward Chandler Parsons said Monday that he was “offended” that Rockets general manager Daryl Morey did not consider him to be the third star he sought as he happily moved on to the Mavericks a day after the Rockets
ETX native, former Dallas Cowboy named Defensive Coordinator at Granbury ISD

ETX native, former Dallas Cowboy named Defensive Coordinator at Granbury ISD

Stephen Hodge, a former professional football player with the Dallas Cowboys, is joining the Granbury High School football coaching staff as defensive coordinator.
ETX native, former Dallas Cowboy named Defensive Coordinator at Granbury ISD

ETX native, former Dallas Cowboy named Defensive Coordinator at Granbury ISD

Stephen Hodge, a former professional football player with the Dallas Cowboys, is joining the Granbury High School football coaching staff as defensive coordinator.
Beloved Longview chiropractor missing after shark dive in Bahamas, crews find dive gear

Beloved Longview chiropractor missing after shark dive in Bahamas, crews find dive gear

A beloved Longview chiropractor has gone missing after a shark dive 20 nautical miles off the coast of the Bahamas.
Undocumented immigrant journalist Jose Vargas detained at Texas airport

Undocumented immigrant journalist Jose Vargas detained at Texas airport

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas suspected he wouldn't get out.
Gun Marshals in school: Training begins in Texas

Gun Marshals in school: Training begins in Texas

 Richard Martinez's son was killed after a shooting on the University of California Santa Barbara campus this May. Out of that tragedy came the rallying cry, 'Not one more!'
Texas sees rise in Medicaid signups

Texas sees rise in Medicaid signups

More than 80,000 additional Texans have enrolled in Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program since the rollout of the Affordable
Texas utilities preparing for new EPA regulations

Texas utilities preparing for new EPA regulations

Texas lawmakers have not minced words when addressing the Obama administration’s plan to slash emissions from coal-fired power plants