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Texans’ stadium grass linked to Clowney’s mensiscus tear

Texans’ stadium grass linked to Clowney’s mensiscus tear

The Texans’ past issues with their stadium grass returned to the surface Monday, a day after No. 1 pick Jadeveon Clowney tore his meniscus during a Week 1 victory against the Washington Redskins.
Jadeveon Clowney undergoes arthroscopic knee surgery

Jadeveon Clowney undergoes arthroscopic knee surgery

Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Monday morning, coach Bill O’Brien said. Clowney is expected to miss four to six weeks while recovering from a meniscus tear.
Mother gets 20 years for starving her children

Mother gets 20 years for starving her children

Mother gets 20 years for starving her children SAN ANTONIO -- A mother found guilty of starving her two young children will now spend 20 years behind bars.
Mother gets 20 years for starving her children

Mother gets 20 years for starving her children

A mother found guilty of starving her two young children will now spend 20 years behind bars. On Thursday, jurors sentenced Kayela McClintick, 24, who was found guilty on two counts of injury to a child by omission on Wednesday.
Trash bin discovery hints at armored car robbery

Trash bin discovery hints at armored car robbery

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Houston police are investigating the discovery of armored car bags found in a trash bin Sunday morning near the picnic area in MacGregor Park.
Popular Houston BBQ joint burns to ground

Popular Houston BBQ joint burns to ground

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a popular BBQ restaurant in northeast Houston burned to the ground early Sunday morning.
Romo's three picks ruin Cowboys in season opener

Romo's three picks ruin Cowboys in season opener

The Dallas Cowboys committed four turnovers, including three interceptions off Tony Romo, in a 28-17 loss to San Francisco. Read more at Star-Telegram.com
Texans win season opener

Texans win season opener

The Texans’ season-opening 17-6 victory wasn’t the prettiest win in franchise history. But considering they haven’t had a regular-season win in 357 days, it was beautiful.
Longhorns dominated 41-7 at home by BYU

Longhorns dominated 41-7 at home by BYU

the offseason talk about toughness, core values and putting the T back in Texas? That was all well and good until the Longhorns got hit in the mouth Saturday night and blown out at Royal-Memorial Stadium.
Texas AD Patterson supports Strong on dismissals

Texas AD Patterson supports Strong on dismissals

Texas athletic director Steve Patterson said Saturday he supports football coach Charlie Strong’s tough stance on discipline, which has resulted in the dismissals of eight players and the suspensions of four others.
AT&T Stadium goes full flavor with new menu

AT&T Stadium goes full flavor with new menu

Dallas Cowboys fans will get to grub on several new upscale menu items at the season opener Sunday. How about a Texas torta topped with a bacon-wrapped fried jalapeño? Maybe a plate of spicy surf-and-turf sushi rolls?
Rookie coaches Bill O’Brien and Jay Gruden face off Sunday

Rookie coaches Bill O’Brien and Jay Gruden face off Sunday

Texans beat writers John McClain and Brian T. Smith discuss the NFL coaching debuts of the Texans’ Bill O’Brien and the Washington Redskins’ Jay Gruden on Sunday at NRG Stadium.
Sen. Cruz: Americans fighting with ISIS should fofeit citizenship

Sen. Cruz: Americans fighting with ISIS should fofeit citizenship

Senator Ted Cruz visited the Brazos Valley today.
Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington resigns

Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington resigns

Rangers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Jon Daniels issued the following statement concerning the resignation of Ron Washington:

Texas bus driver leaves 7-year-old girls stranded

Two 7-year-old girls found themselves lost in a strange neighborhood after they were put on the wrong bus at school. The girls, Kacy and Saira, are in the second grade at Campbell Elementary in Greatwood, Texas.