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Officers shot in South Texas standoff

Officers shot in South Texas standoff

A man suspected of shooting two South Texas police officers is "presumed dead" in the Rio Grande valley town of La Joya.
Officers shot in South Texas sandoff

Officers shot in South Texas sandoff

A man suspected of shooting two South Texas police officers is "presumed dead" in the Rio Grande valley town of La Joya.
Cowboys touch down in California for training camp

Cowboys touch down in California for training camp

Tuesday marked the first day of the rest of the season for the Cowboys, a stretch of 160 days from their arrival in California to the regular-season finale in Washington.

Real estate heir accused of urinating on candy at Texas store

The Houston Police Department has released new details regarding a bizarre incident involving a Manhattan real estate heir.
Fake vet in Texas treats more than 50 animals

Fake vet in Texas treats more than 50 animals

According to Houston Police, a man pretending to be a vet treated dozens of family pets before finally being caught.
Key questions about Rick Perry's border plan

Key questions about Rick Perry's border plan

 

Blast levels Texas home

There was very little left of a home that exploded in Willis, Texas early Tuesday morning. Three people were injured in the explosion and fire, and rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital by LifeFlight.
So-so season for Cowboys could mean so long for Garrett

So-so season for Cowboys could mean so long for Garrett

When the Dallas Cowboys land at Point Mugu Naval Air Station on Tuesday afternoon and deplane the team charter, signaling their arrival in Oxnard, Calif., for the start of the 2014 season, they should all take a selfie.
North jumps all over South in high school All-Star basketball game

North jumps all over South in high school All-Star basketball game

Racing out to an early lead almost did in the visiting team at the Texas High School Coaches Association basketball All-Star game, but the North held on for a 118-101 win over the South on Monday at the Alamo Convocation Center.
2013 draft class a direct reflection of 2-14 season

2013 draft class a direct reflection of 2-14 season

The Texans’ 2013 draft class is falling in line with the team’s NFL-worst 2-14 season.
The saga of millionaire Robert Durst takes another strange turn.

The saga of millionaire Robert Durst takes another strange turn.

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; millionaire Robert Durst; the New York real estate heir, who was acquitted in 2003 of murder charges in a grisly Galveston case, has been arrested again, reports say.
Gov. Perry issues statement on Texan killed serving in Israeli army

Gov. Perry issues statement on Texan killed serving in Israeli army

Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement following the death of Sean Carmeli, a Texan serving in the Israeli army.
Texas country star to attempt Guinness record

Texas country star to attempt Guinness record

Texas country star Roger Creager is looking to break the Guinness world record for largest river float in just a few days.

Grandmother almost dies in lawn mower robbery

"It could have been a murder, over what? A lawn mower?" Raquel Pineda says.
Big 12’s Bowlsby warns that ‘change is coming’ to college athletics

Big 12’s Bowlsby warns that ‘change is coming’ to college athletics

Change is coming to college athletics, and it may be disappointing for some, Big 12 Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Monday in the opening press conference of media days.