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24 states now suing Obama over immigration

24 states now suing Obama over immigration

Twenty-four states have signed onto the legal challenge against President Barack Obama over his executive action on immigration, incoming Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday.

Texas woman looking for justice after teen sister burned alive

Amanda Prince, a local Fort Bliss Army wife, says her relationship with her little sister Jessica Chambers was a typical one.

News on Selena's killer has fans in an uproar

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; We can all thank the Tejano gods now; the news of Selena's murderer Yolanda Saldivar leaving prison early is false.
Cowboys need to win out to guarantee postseason berth

Cowboys need to win out to guarantee postseason berth

he Cowboys had Sunday off, giving Jason Garrett a chance to watch some football. Instead of watching just to watch, though, the Dallas coach had a vested interest in the outcome of the Eagles-Seahawks game.
What's next for the Big 12?

What's next for the Big 12?

Will the Big 12 expand to have a conference championship game? If so, who would they get?

Trial begins for Texas teens accused of murder in brutal Satanic ritual

Opening statements began Monday in the trial of a Texas teenager accused of brutally killing a 15-year-old girl in a brutal satanic ritual.
2014 was the year of the shark in the Gulf of Mexico

2014 was the year of the shark in the Gulf of Mexico

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; from prehistoric goblin sharks, to great whites, to the mighty whale shark, by all accounts 2014 was the year of the shark for those of us living along the Gulf of Mexico.

Wildlife center removes fishing line, hooks from Pier 19 pelicans

The Houston Chornicle is reporting; nine injured brown pelicans from Galveston are being treated at the Wildlife Center of Texas, a subsidiary of the Houston SPCA.
AMBER ALERT: Houston baby missing, mother found dead in refeigerator

AMBER ALERT: Houston baby missing, mother found dead in refeigerator

The Texas Center for the Missing has issued a Houston Regional Amber Alert for the Houston Police Department who are searching for a missing infant.
Big 12 boss would have picked TCU over Baylor

Big 12 boss would have picked TCU over Baylor

In efforts to help the Big 12 rebound from having both of its co-champions snubbed for berths in the inaugural College Football Playoff, commissioner Bob Bowlsby took an unusual step Monday.
Texans’ matchup vs. Colts is a ‘playoff game’

Texans’ matchup vs. Colts is a ‘playoff game’

First-year coach Bill O’Brien didn’t revert to coachspeak when discussing Sunday’s crucial contest at Indianapolis.
UH fires football coach Tony Levine

UH fires football coach Tony Levine

The University of Houston has fired head coach Tony Levine after three seasons. Levine was 21-17 and led Cougars to two bowls in three-plus seasons after being hired to replace Kevin Sumlin, who left for Texas A&M in 2011.

Caught on Cam: Cop punches suspect

The Seattle Police Department has released the digital in-car video of a police officer punching a handcuffed woman after she assaulted him.
Texas Wide Open For Veterans offers vets one stop opportunity to live and work in TX

Texas Wide Open For Veterans offers vets one stop opportunity to live and work in TX

Active members of the military and veterans who are considering where to begin their civilian lives can now access a new resource that reveals the many advantages and opportunities awaiting veterans choosing to make the Lone Star State their pe
Michigan State to take on Baylor in Cotton Bowl

Michigan State to take on Baylor in Cotton Bowl

Green will be in vogue on New Year’s Day at the 79th Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. No. 8 Michigan State Spartans will face the No. 5 Baylor Bears at 11:45 a.m. at AT&T Stadium in a battle of top teams from the Big Ten and Big 12.