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Lawn mower grandma rewarded

A feisty Odessa, Texas grandmother who fought back against thieves is getting some unexpected help.
Texas officials investigating surge in Cyclospora cases

Texas officials investigating surge in Cyclospora cases

A recent surge in reports of illnesses due to the parasite Cyclospora has prompted the Texas Department of State Health Services to begin an investigation into the infections in hopes of determining a common source.
Kaufman County bans housing border children

Kaufman County bans housing border children

Kaufman County has refused to house the undocumented children who have crossed the border.
Rangers improving, despite marathon loss to Yankees

Rangers improving, despite marathon loss to Yankees

The All-Star break, it turns out, did the Texas Rangers plenty of good. They could probably use another couple after their marathon Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.

Dramatic Video: Border Patrol shootout with alleged gang member

It was a terrifying situation in a Texas border town as authorities exchanged gunfire with a murder suspect.
AT&T Stadium lands UIL football title games

AT&T Stadium lands UIL football title games

All 12 UIL football title games will return to Arlington’s AT&T Stadium for a second consecutive year, the UIL announced Tuesday at the Texas High School Coaches Association state convention.
Drinking water systems draw federal concerns

Drinking water systems draw federal concerns

More than 310 public drinking water systems in Texas — nearly 4.5 percent of the state's regulated public water systems — have quality issues that haven’t been adequately addressed, federal officials told the Texas Commiss
M.D. Anderson hires developer of Tamoxifen

M.D. Anderson hires developer of Tamoxifen

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; M.D. Anderson Cancer Center has hired the developer of Tamoxifen, a breakthrough cancer drug.

Austin lake named one of nation's greatest party lakes

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Austin is known for keeping it weird, but now the city can say it has a hard-partying lake scene as well.
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.