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Controversy Over Dallas Executive Airport Plan

Controversy Over Dallas Executive AirportThere’s new controversy over plans to bring jobs and business to Dallas Executive Airport One city leader says the plan to push jobs and plans to

Investigators on the hunt for serial bomber terrorizing Austin, Texas

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Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold faces more claims of abusive behavior from former aide

Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold faces more claims of abusive behavior from former aide

A third former top aide has accused Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold of crude, abusive behavior, CNN reported Wednesday. One of the Corpus Christi congressman’s former communications directors, Michael Rekola, described

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Texas gov. to decide fate of killer forgiven by his father, who survived deadly attack on family

Kent Whitaker embraces his wife Tanya as his brother Keith Whitaker waits in support at back right, after reacting to the his lawyer Keith Hampton reading an email from the

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You Gotta Believe! ‘Improbable’ Aggies Not Satisfied as Texas A&M Preps for Cws Favorite Louisville

Sam Craft/AP Texas A&M catcher Cole Bedford, center right, hugs teammate Hunter Coleman (10) after defeating Davidson in an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game Saturday, June 10, 2017,

Weird but True Cowboys Stories: a Big Romo Fan Could Get Death Penalty and More

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead (13) catches an exercise ball during drills before the Blue-White Scrimmage at training camp in Oxnard, California, Saturday, August 6, 2016. (Tom Fox/The Dallas

Over 30 Live Oak Trees Were ‘Hacked’ in North Dallas and People Aren’t Happy

People are outraged after a developer cut off the tops of over 30 live oak trees along Forest Lane in North Dallas this week. The trees, with foliage that had

Mike Leach hires firm to dig up dirt on ‘weasels’ at Texas Tech

SportsPulse: USA TODAY’s college football reporter Paul Myerberg breaks down the hottest headlines from week 8. USA TODAY Sports (Photo: Orlando Jorge Ramirez, USA TODAY Sports) Washington State football coach

Dallas Keuchel likely to start Game 1 of ALCS for Astros

BOSTON – Justin Verlander’s 40-pitch relief appearance in the Astros’ ALDS-clinching 5-4 victory on Monday made Dallas Keuchel the clear frontrunner to start Game 1 of the ALCS on Friday.