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BP: New cap will be on busted well later today

Posted: 07/12/2010 - NEW ORLEANS (AP) - BP expects to attach a new, tighter cap to its leaking well later in the day and then testing will be needed before it's clear if the oil has stopped spilling into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Texas teachers invest $500M in General Growth

Posted: 07/12/2010 - NEW YORK (AP) - Shopping mall owner General Growth Properties Inc., which is trying to emerge from bankruptcy protection, is getting a $500 million infusion from a Texas teachers' pension fund.

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New Texas law requires more class details online

Posted: 07/12/2010 - HOUSTON (AP) - A Texas law that takes effect this fall requires public colleges and universities to make more detailed class descriptions available online.

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Perez, Reyna win Tejano vocal awards

Posted: 07/12/2010 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Jay Perez and Elida Reyna have been honored as vocalists of the year during the 30th annual Tejano (tay-HAH'-noh) Music Awards.

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Troopers seize cash

Posted: 07/11/2010 - State troopers seized more than $2 million in cash during a traffic stop in Zavala County.

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Education chief may end policy that boosts ratings

Posted: 07/11/2010 - The education commissioner in Texas says he may eliminate a policy that boosts performance ratings by giving schools credit even when students perform poorly on standardized tests.

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Coast Guard: most Texas tar balls not from spill

Posted: 07/10/2010 - Coastal officials in Texas say that new laboratory tests show most of the tar balls that washed up on Texas shores in the past few days are not from the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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Young man sues Houston police officer

Posted: 07/08/2010 - HOUSTON (AP) - A young man is suing a former Houston police officer for allegedly stomping on the back of his neck while he lay on the ground with his hands behind his back during an arrest.

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Perry courts support from Texas Farm Bureau

Posted: 07/08/2010 - SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry is promising to champion private property rights and push pro-agricultural policies as he seeks the endorsement of the Texas Farm Bureau.

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Commercial bridge on US border stays open, for now

Posted: 07/08/2010 - LAREDO, Texas (AP) - Authorities in Texas have closed two bridges and severely limited traffic on a third bridge that carries a huge portion of daily imports from Mexico as the Rio Grande continues to rise.

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Okla. agency issues mercury advisory for 16 lakes

Posted: 07/07/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality says results of three years of testing show some species of fish in 16 Oklahoma lakes contain levels of mercury above what is considered safe for unlimited consumption.

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Alleged victim testifies in child sex ring case

Posted: 07/07/2010 - TYLER, Texas (AP) - An 11-year-old Texas boy has testified that he performed videotaped sexually explicit skits for paying adults as part of an alleged child sex ring.

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Don't eat fish from parts of Trinity River

Posted: 07/07/2010 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Health officials are warning against eating fish caught in parts of the Trinity River in Tarrant, Dallas, Ellis, Kaufman, Henderson, Navarro, Freestone and Anderson counties.

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Both crude oil lines plugged in Brazos River leaks

Posted: 07/07/2010 - JUSTICEBURG, Texas (AP) - Crews worked to capture crude oil from two pipelines that broke after heavy rain caused the banks of the Brazos River near Justiceburg to collapse.

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Texas-Mexico bridges close as Rio Grande rises

Posted: 07/07/2010 - LAREDO, Texas (AP) - Laredo officials are closing a second international bridge as the Rio Grande swells from the remnants of Hurricane Alex and releases from reservoirs upstream.

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Dallas chief back at work after son death, 2 slain

Posted: 07/07/2010 - DALLAS (AP) - Dallas Police Chief David Brown thanked supporters for their prayers and concerns as he resumed his duties more than two weeks after his son was killed following the slaying of a Lancaster officer and another man.

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Hand-drawn ferry in Texas closes amid flooding

Posted: 07/07/2010 - LOS EBANOS, Texas (AP) - The last hand-drawn international ferry crossing on the southern U.S. border has closed due to equipment failure blamed on Rio Grande flooding.

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FEMA extends Ike mobile home program 6 months

Posted: 07/07/2010 - GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - A temporary mobile home program for southeast Texas residents still displaced since 2008's Hurricane Ike has been extended to Jan. 7.

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Imperial Sugar, OSHA settle Ga. explosion case

Posted: 07/07/2010 - SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Imperial Sugar has reached a settlement with federal regulators seeking to fine the company for safety violations after a 2008 explosion at its Georgia refinery killed 14 workers near Savannah.

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Seguin man convicted over infant's death

Posted: 07/07/2010 - SEGUIN, Texas (AP) - A jury has convicted a 34-year-old Seguin (sih-GEEN') man of a lesser charge over the death of his girlfriend's 27-day-old daughter.

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Need for Texas state jails draws scrutiny

Posted: 07/07/2010 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The chairman of the Texas House Corrections Committee says he thinks the state jail system may have outlived its usefulness.

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