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REPORT: Free agent DE visiting Cowboys

REPORT: Free agent DE visiting Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys may be one step closer to adding a defensive powerhouse to their roster.
Governor Abbot declares March 18 Brain Injury Awareness Day

Governor Abbot declares March 18 Brain Injury Awareness Day

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, a time to recognize and support the estimated 2 million Texans living with a brain injury.
Hundreds attend "Conference on Crimes Against Women" in Dallas

Hundreds attend "Conference on Crimes Against Women" in Dallas

About 1600 people were in Dallas Monday for "The Conference on Crimes Against Women."  CAW is a three day conference from Monday to Wednesday.
Adrian Beltre not ‘set in stone’ as Rangers’ cleanup man

Adrian Beltre not ‘set in stone’ as Rangers’ cleanup man

Third baseman Adrian Beltre has been the Texas Rangers’ cleanup hitter for 499 of the 584 games he has started since joining the club in 2011, and he was in the No. 4 slot in Sunday’s Cactus League game against Milwaukee.
Federal judge lets Kyle Field reseating process begin

Federal judge lets Kyle Field reseating process begin

A federal judge denied a request by loyal Aggie fans to delay the reseating process that began today as part of the $485 million expansion of Kyle Field.
J.J. Watt has interesting reaction to … what?

J.J. Watt has interesting reaction to … what?

 Is Watt talking about the signing of veteran defensive lineman Vince Wilfork? Something he saw on TV? What does J.J. Watt find so funny? Inquiring minds want to know.
Veteran DT, 2X Super Bowl winner to sign with Texans

Veteran DT, 2X Super Bowl winner to sign with Texans

The Houston Texans have added a 6'2", 325-pound monster to their defensive line.
Governor Abbott calls on EPA to refrain from issuing new standards

Governor Abbott calls on EPA to refrain from issuing new standards

In an ongoing effort to deter federal overreach by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Governor Greg Abbott, on Monday, issued a letter to Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, requesting that the agency vo
5 NCAA men's basketball tourney teams earn APR academic awards with perfect score

5 NCAA men's basketball tourney teams earn APR academic awards with perfect score

With the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament slated to begin this week, some teams are not only achieving greatness on the court, but also in the classroom.
Dallas teen arrested in fatal shooting of Iraqi immigrant watching first snowfall

Dallas teen arrested in fatal shooting of Iraqi immigrant watching first snowfall

A 17-year-old male fatally shot an Iraqi man watching his first snowfall in his new American hometown, targeting him and then continuing to fire as the immigrant rushed to get inside, Dallas police said Friday.
Listeria outbreak linked to Blue Bell products

Listeria outbreak linked to Blue Bell products

The FDA today issued a consumer advisory about certain Blue Bell ice cream products made in Texas.
Land Office Parts Ways With Alamo Managers

Land Office Parts Ways With Alamo Managers

The Texas General Land Office on Thursday fired the longtime managers of the Alamo, abruptly severing ties with the Daughters of the Republic of Texas dating back to the 19th century.
UT Austin investigating 'border-themed' frat party

UT Austin investigating 'border-themed' frat party

In a message released Tuesday evening, UT President Bill Powers acknowledges the university's lack of a response to the Fiji house party.
Texas A&M WR arrested for alleged shoplifting

Texas A&M WR arrested for alleged shoplifting

Texas A&M Wide Receiver Frank Iheanacho was arrested Tuesday afternoon, according to Brazos County Jail records. The Sophomore was charged with giving false information and was released a short time later on $2,000 bond.
Texas legislators debate ridding state of Daylight Saving Time

Texas legislators debate ridding state of Daylight Saving Time

Texas state legislators are debating a bill Wednesday that would end Daylight Saving Time (DST) in Texas. State Rep. Dann Flynn of district two in East Texas co-authored the bill.