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  • Flavorful barbecue traditions continue in parts of Houston

    Most Houstonians associate the stretch of San Felipe between River Oaks and the Memorial area with the ritzy mansions, restaurants and shopping centers that line this prosperous thoroughfare often used … Click to Continue

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  • South Texas nun honored for helping immigrants, others

    As Sister Norma Pimentel's profile continues to explode, and a day after receiving a national award halfway across the country, she surprisingly received a $27,000 donation from the Jewish community for her work assisting immigrants in Texas.

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  • Some officers recall Austin bombings, what led to suspect

    Around midnight on March 20, a handful of Austin Police Department SWAT officers climbed into a van and raced north up Interstate 35. They were close to catching the serial … Click to Continue

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  • 2 Texas news organizations win Freedom of Information awards

    Two news organizations have been honored for outstanding open government reporting in Texas. The Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas on Friday recognized the Austin American-Statesman and KBTX-TV of Bryan-College … Click to Continue

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  • Texas A&M research foundation to pay $750K to settle claims

    A foundation associated with the Texas A&M University System will pay $750,000 to settle federal claims that it overinflated expenses and overcharged the federal government to cover salaries. The U.S. … Click to Continue

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  • Judge orders Dallas County to revise bail system

    A federal judge has ordered Dallas County to stop setting bail for felony and misdemeanor defendants solely according to a set schedule. U.S. District Judge David Godbey issued a preliminary … Click to Continue

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