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Texas doctor infected with Ebola virus while working in Liberia

Texas doctor infected with Ebola virus while working in Liberia

A Fort Worth doctor, working with a humanitarian organization, has been infected with the deadly Ebola virus while treating ill patients in Liberia.
GOHMERT: Until we stop the flood, we will never overcome this border crisis

GOHMERT: Until we stop the flood, we will never overcome this border crisis

The following is an op-ed by Texas Representative Louie Gohmert:
SURVEY: Texas leads nation in dove hunters, harvesters

SURVEY: Texas leads nation in dove hunters, harvesters

About 250,000 mourning dove hunters harvest 5 million mourning doves on an annual basis in Texas – making the Lone Star State the nation’s leader in both the number of hunters and harvest.
Texas gets high marks for executive order transparency

Texas gets high marks for executive order transparency

Texas is among the states that do well at making executive orders accessible to the public, according to a report released Thursday by the
Teen kayakers rescued at South Padre Island

Teen kayakers rescued at South Padre Island

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a pair of teenage kayakers can thank the U.S. Coast Guard for getting them out of a jam at South Padre Island.
Commander of first Discovery flight dead at 80

Commander of first Discovery flight dead at 80

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; ex-astronaut Henry "Hank" Hartsfield, who flew three shuttle missions and commanded Discovery's first flight, has died.
Meet Rod Marinelli

Meet Rod Marinelli

If the other guy doesn't score, you've always got a chance. The other guys have been scoring a lot and the Cowboys haven't had a chance.
1 dead, 2 rescued after boat sinks in Copano Bay, Texas

1 dead, 2 rescued after boat sinks in Copano Bay, Texas

A 51-year-old man is dead,  two others safe, a 14-year-old girl and 52-year-old man, after their boat sank Sunday morning in Copano Bay, just north of Rockport, Texas.
Cowboys’ Witten still leading with his chin on playoff hopes

Cowboys’ Witten still leading with his chin on playoff hopes

Perennial Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten is Mr. Cowboy, just as Bob Lilly and Roger Staubach were before him. He epitomizes everything that is right and good about the historic franchise.
Only QB battle going on is for backup role

Only QB battle going on is for backup role

Bill O’Brien officially set the quarterback pecking order at his post-practice news conference today, but it wasn’t exactly breaking news – except for the fact that he seemed to emphasize there’s no competition for the s
Phil Kuchinsky talks with Brandon Weeden

Phil Kuchinsky talks with Brandon Weeden

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky is covering the Cowboys at training camp in California. He talked with the backup quarterback Brandon Weeden.
Sumlin responds to Stoops’ schedule jabs

Sumlin responds to Stoops’ schedule jabs

Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has long said he doesn’t make the Aggies’ schedule, he just plays it. Sumlin offered this on Friday at a Coach’s Night event before Houston Aggies via @Aggie_Sports on Twitter:
Feliz records first save since 2011

Feliz records first save since 2011

For much of 2014, the moves to plug the holes on the Texas Rangers’ depleted pitching staff have usually resulted in the team taking on more water.
Andre Johnson cheered

Andre Johnson cheered

What holdout? Veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson returned to the Texans on Friday. A day later, Johnson was consistently cheered by fans as the team opened its 2014 training camp.
USDA releases list of Texas stores affected by Listeria recall

USDA releases list of Texas stores affected by Listeria recall

Great American Marketing, a Houston, Texas establishment, recalled Thursday approximately 475 pounds of FSIS and FDA-regulated, ready-to-eat products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S.