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Rangers bought hype on Profar too soon

Rangers bought hype on Profar too soon

Baseball America is not to blame for Jurickson Profar, but where is all of that love for the “best hitting prospect” in baseball?
Texans could release a quarterback before training camp

Texans could release a quarterback before training camp

The Texans may enter training camp with only three quarterbacks, coach Bill O’Brien said Monday at NRG Stadium.
Obama vows urgent action as children make perilous illegal journey into U.S.

Obama vows urgent action as children make perilous illegal journey into U.S.

In broad daylight, with no fear of being seen, a group of Honduran girls -- some as young as 14 -- cross illegally into the United States. "Because I want to see my parents in Austin," one tells CNN.
Custom license plate styles available to Texas drivers

Custom license plate styles available to Texas drivers

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Texas Parks & Wildlife has released a new license plate design, now available to Texas drivers.
More than 2 dozen nabbed in West Texas meth sweep

More than 2 dozen nabbed in West Texas meth sweep

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; more than two dozen suspects have been nabbed in a crackdown on a West Texas-based methamphetamine ring linked to California and Nevada.
TCU and Pepperdine meet Monday, winner to CWS

TCU and Pepperdine meet Monday, winner to CWS

The TCU baseball season comes down to a winner-take-all affair Monday afternoon.
Texas Tech advances to first ever CWS

Texas Tech advances to first ever CWS

For the first time in school history, the Texas Tech Red Raiders will be heading to Omaha and the College World Series.
Texas teen killed by train

Texas teen killed by train

Police say a boy believed to be in his teens was killed when he was hit by a train on the north side of San Antonio.
Texas May experience a "super mosquito" this year because of drought

Texas May experience a "super mosquito" this year because of drought

Recent droughts in Texas have meant fewer mosquitos, but the ones that are buzzing around now are more aggressive than in past seasons.
Mitch Moreland sidelined at least three months

Mitch Moreland sidelined at least three months

Mitch Moreland is the latest casualty for the Texas Rangers in a season filled with injuries.
On to Omaha! Texas advances to College World Series

On to Omaha! Texas advances to College World Series

After scuffling through an embarrassing season in 2012 and a subpar 2013, Texas coach Augie Garrido boasted this February that if you were going to play the Longhorns, “you better bolt your ass down.”
Texas Businessman, The Gas Pipe Owner arrested for possesion

Texas Businessman, The Gas Pipe Owner arrested for possesion

Drug enforcement agents arrested the owner of several head shops in Dallas and Austin after a bust involving synthetic marijuana.
Spurs seek to clean up mistakes for Game 2

Spurs seek to clean up mistakes for Game 2

The Spurs were virtually flawless down the stretch in Game 1 of the Finals, hitting 14 of 16 shots in the fourth quarter to rally from seven points down and beat Miami going away, 110-95.
Fake Ticket Scam Surrounds George Strait Farewell Concert

Fake Ticket Scam Surrounds George Strait Farewell Concert

George Strait who has been wooing folks since 1981, is packing up his boots and riding off into the sunset after his final tour. His farewell bow ends where it all began at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Texas GOP Convention Kicks Off

Texas GOP Convention Kicks Off

The GOP kicked off its Texas state convention in Cowtown, and the speakers were fired up.