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Wilcox leads Cowboys’ crowded race at free safety

Wilcox leads Cowboys’ crowded race at free safety

J.J. Wilcox won’t call himself the favorite to win the free safety job. Neither will defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli.
Be realistic, Rangers: Trade Beltre, keep Gallo in minors

Be realistic, Rangers: Trade Beltre, keep Gallo in minors

Since the white “We’re Dead” flag was raised at Rangers Ballpark a few months ago, we are at the most exciting day remaining on their 2015 calendar.
Texas Southern ex Strahan heads group entering Hall of Fame

Texas Southern ex Strahan heads group entering Hall of Fame

There won’t be any Dallas Cowboys going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday , but there’s still a prominent Texas connection.

Video Tour: Texas center opens today, will house immigrants

There are only three places in the United States that house women and children together who've crossed the border illegally from Central America.

McDonald's ordered to pay $27 million in Cen-Tex students' death

A Brazos County jury has found McDonald's liable for the 2012 deaths of two Blinn College students. The company has been ordered to pay $27 million in damages.
FW Police Shoot Craigslist Robbery Suspect

FW Police Shoot Craigslist Robbery Suspect

A sting operation for a serial Craigslist robber ended with Fort Worth officers shooting the guy. It happened Tuesday afternoon in the 6300 block of McCart Avenue near Wedgeworth Park.
Execution to be delayed for Mexican Mafia hit man

Execution to be delayed for Mexican Mafia hit man

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a backlog of paperwork means the execution of a San Antonio man who was convicted in 1999 of carrying out a hit for the Mexican Mafia will be temporarily delayed.
14 arrested in Galveston drug bust

14 arrested in Galveston drug bust

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Galveston Police say they've arrested 14 people on felony drug charges after an extensive narcotics investigation.
Morris Claiborne out

Morris Claiborne out

Cornerback Morris Claiborne will miss Thursday’s practice with a sore tendon in his right knee.

Texas teen burned in 'fire challenge'

Bored teenagers and social media add up to a painful outcome for a 14-year-old boy in Crosby, Texas.
Cowboys’ training camp attendance down

Cowboys’ training camp attendance down

The Cowboys have drawn almost 6,500 fewer fans at this point, but Jerry Jones insists he’s unconcerned.
Texans’ Arian Foster says media is ‘full of propaganda’

Texans’ Arian Foster says media is ‘full of propaganda’

Things aren’t going too well between Texans running back Arian Foster and the media. Wednesday, Foster intentionally used the same answer for every question submitted by reporters.
Mexican nationals get 9 years for stashing 115 immigrants in Texas house

Mexican nationals get 9 years for stashing 115 immigrants in Texas house

Three of the five men arrested in connection with the March discovery of more than 100 illegal aliens in an area stash house have been ordered to federal prison.
Rule changes address contraceptive devices

Rule changes address contraceptive devices

Texas women who receive state-financed health services may be able to more easily access contraceptive products like intrauterine devices and hormonal implants beginning Friday, when rule changes to the state’s Medicaid program and the
In Polk County, pot farm not a complete surprise for neighbors

In Polk County, pot farm not a complete surprise for neighbors

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; the fields and forest off Old Highway 35 in Goodrich used to be ripe for picking fruit.