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Groups sue to block oil pipeline

Posted: 10/05/2011 - OMAHA, NB - Three conservation groups are suing to halt preliminary work on a proposed 1,700-mile-long oil pipeline from the tar sands of western Canada to Texas Gulf Coast refineries.

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Bat colonies face adversity amid Texas drought

Posted: 10/04/2011 - BRACKEN, TX - The historic drought is changing the behavior of the stars of one of Texas' natural summer marvels, raising fears the spectacle next year may be less spectacular.

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Obama to tout jobs bill on Perry's turf

Posted: 10/04/2011 - WASHINGTON, D.C - President Barack Obama is turning to Republican rival Rick Perry's home state to rally support for his $447 billion jobs bill and to raise money for his re-election.

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Infant dies after being bit by dog

Posted: 10/04/2011 - AMARILLO, TX - Amarillo police are investigating the death of an infant who died after being bitten by a dog.

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Texas to free man exonerated by DNA testing

Posted: 10/04/2011 - GEORGETOWN, TX - A grocery store employee who spent nearly 25 years in prison for killing his wife is set to go free after DNA tests showed another man was responsible.

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Blaze spares 30-foot mural in San Antonio

Posted: 10/04/2011 - SAN ANTONIO, TX - A fire that destroyed a historic San Antonio building has spared a 30-foot mural painted by a Hill Country landscape artist more than 50 years ago.

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Cain: Perry insensitive over name of hunting camp

Posted: 10/03/2011 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry's family used to lease a hunting camp known by a racially offensive name, and a presidential rival calls that insensitive.

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Fire destroys 131-year-old San Antonio building

Posted: 10/03/2011 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Flames have destroyed a 131-year-old office building in downtown San Antonio and damaged the bottom seven floors of a neighboring high-rise.

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Nobel winner in medicine to lead Dallas project

Posted: 10/03/2011 - DALLAS (AP) - One of the scientists sharing the Nobel Prize in medicine has started a new research enterprise at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

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Man convicted of murder in death of student

Posted: 09/30/2011 - WACO, TX - A McLennan County jury has convicted a man of murder in the March drive-by shooting death of a high school student at a Waco park.

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Perry attacks Romney, Obama in policy speech

Posted: 09/30/2011 - ATLANTA, GA - In his first domestic policy speech as a presidential candidate, Rick Perry outlined his record as Texas governor and accused rival Mitt Romney of governing Massachusetts the same way President Barack Obama governs the country.

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Former firefighter charged with murder

Posted: 09/30/2011 - AUSTIN, TX (AP) - A former firefighter has been indicted on a murder charge in the July death of his girlfriend, whose body was found floating in Lake Travis, wrapped in a tent and weighted with a paint can.

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Ron Paul: US-born al-Qaida cleric `assassinated'

Posted: 09/30/2011 - MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is condemning the Obama administration for killing an American born al-Qaida operative without a trial.

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Relatives unsure of killer's claim in Texas deaths

Posted: 09/29/2011 - HOUSTON, TX - Relatives of some of his alleged victims say they don't know whether to believe a convicted killer's claims that he murdered as many as 11 teenage girls in the 1970s in Southeast Texas.

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US soldier on trial for killing contractor in Iraq

Posted: 09/29/2011 - FORT HOOD, TX - An Army psychiatrist says a U.S. soldier on trial for killing a civilian contractor in Iraq was a paranoid schizophrenic and "not mentally responsible" for the close-range shooting death.

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Perry says he'd stop drug trafficking, violence

Posted: 09/29/2011 - WASHINGTON, D.C - Texas Gov. Rick Perry is defending his policy of allowing tuition assistance for illegal immigrants at state colleges and universities, saying the lack of a cohesive federal immigration policy forced his hand.

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Principals immune from damages in candy cane suit

Posted: 09/28/2011 - DALLAS (AP) - A federal appeals court says two Dallas-area elementary school principals are immune from liability for stopping students from handing out Christian candy cane pens and other on-campus religious expressions.

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Killer in Odessa burglary-slaying loses appeal

Posted: 09/28/2011 - HOUSTON (AP) - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the death sentence of an Odessa man given a new sentencing hearing because a psychiatrist at his first trial cited race as a factor in whether he would continue to be violent.

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Authorities explore killer's claim in other deaths

Posted: 09/28/2011 - HOUSTON (AP) - Authorities say they are looking into a convicted killer's claim that he was responsible for the deaths of as many as 11 young girls in southeast Texas in the 1970s.

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Woman charged in food stamp theft in Texas

Posted: 09/28/2011 - HOUSTON (AP) - A woman facing murder charges in the deaths of four children in a fire at her Houston home day care has now been charged with food stamp theft.

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