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Ex-collider property for Texas chemical plant

Posted: 02/01/2012 - WAXAHACHIE, TX (AP) - A North Texas site once meant to host the superconducting super collider will be the new home for a chemical plant that burned last fall.

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Cleveland students sick, not their prescribed meds

Posted: 02/01/2012 - CLEVELAND, TX (AP) - Health officials believe more than a dozen students who got sick at a Central Texas high school took prescription medicine that didn't belong to them.

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Feds pressure American Airlines to save pensions

Posted: 01/31/2012 - DALLAS, TX (AP) - The federal pension-insurance agency is increasing pressure on American Airlines to save its retirement plans instead of dumping its pension obligations.

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Dallas carjacking killer loses federal appeal

Posted: 01/31/2012 - HOUSTON,TX (AP) - A Dallas man condemned for the 1998 slaying of a 23-year-old Plano stockbroker during a carjacking has lost a federal court appeal, moving him a step closer to execution.

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Closing arguments made in Texas redistricting case

Posted: 01/31/2012 - WASHINGTON, D.C (AP) - Attorneys for the Justice Department and state of Texas are making their closing arguments in a Washington courtroom over whether electoral maps crafted by the Republican-dominated Texas Legislature violate the Voting Rights Act.

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USPS cuts to affect instructors at Norman center

Posted: 01/31/2012 - NORMAN, OK (AP) - The University of Oklahoma says it will cut 50 full-time positions at the National Center for Employee Development, which provides training to United States Postal Service employees from across the country.

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No criminal charges, posed Air Force casket photo

Posted: 01/30/2012 - SAN ANTONIO, TX (AP) - Air Force officials in Texas say no criminal conduct has been found over a staged photo of personnel around a live airman in an open casket with a noose around his neck.

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Feds reject Texas request for insurance waiver

Posted: 01/27/2012 - AUSTIN, TX (AP) - The federal government has rejected a request by Texas to be excluded from a new law that would limit how much health insurance companies can spend on overhead.

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Thieves steal 274 guns from Houston-area stores

Posted: 01/27/2012 - HOUSTON, TX (AP) - Thieves have stolen 274 guns, including rifles and handguns, in an organized crime spree targeting gun stores and pawn shops in the Houston area.

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Dallas, company at odds after pig's blood spill

Posted: 01/27/2012 - DALLAS, TX (AP) - A Dallas meat packing company says a clogged sewage line spilled pig's blood into a creek behind its slaughterhouse and polluted the Trinity River with animal flesh, hair and other body parts.

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Baylor studying on-campus football stadium idea

Posted: 01/27/2012 - WACO, TX (AP) - Baylor University officials have five stadium builders working on proposals for a new football stadium being considered for the Baylor campus in Waco.

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San Antonio woman's killer set to die Thursday

Posted: 01/26/2012 - HUNTSVILLE, TX (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether a convicted killer should be spared execution in the Texas death chamber for the slaying of a 38-year-old woman in San Antonio almost two decades ago.

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Poll: Perry's ratings down after failed run

Posted: 01/26/2012 - AUSTIN, TX (AP) - A new poll shows Texas Gov. Rick Perry's approval rating in his home state at a 10-year low and more than half of Texans don't want him to run for another term as governor.

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US Senate hopeful James to release tax returns

Posted: 01/26/2012 - DALLAS, TX (AP) - Republican U.S. Senate candidate Craig James says he will release his income tax returns and has called on his opponents to do the same.

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Texas committee finds enough water for drilling

Posted: 01/26/2012 - HOUSTON, TX (AP) - A Texas task force has determined a South Texas aquifer has enough water to support oil and gas production as well as more conventional residential and commercial uses.

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Texas boy says no class break, urinates in bottle

Posted: 01/25/2012 - KLEIN, TX (AP) - A 12-year-old Houston-area boy who allegedly was barred from leaving class to use the bathroom has gotten into trouble for urinating in a water bottle.

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J.C. Penney gets rid of hundreds of sales

Posted: 01/25/2012 - NEW YORK, NY (AP) - J.C. Penney is permanently marking down all of its merchandise by at least 40 percent so shoppers will no longer have to wait for a sale to get the lowest prices in its stores.

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