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Retired priest in Texas worried about drug cartels

Posted: 02/21/2011 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A 78-year-old retired priest who's living in San Antonio says he's concerned about drug cartels and the people he spent years ministering to in Mexico.

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Texas leaders consider freeing more prisoners

Posted: 02/16/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas lawmakers are discussing whether releasing nonviolent convicts is a money-saving way to help deal with a projected $15 billion state budget shortfall.

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Texan Armstrong officially off bike

Posted: 02/16/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - It's been almost a month since Texan Lance Armstrong finished 65th in his last competitive race in Australia.

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No break in search for missing Texas toddler

Posted: 02/09/2011 - NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas (AP) - The search of a working-class Hill Country neighborhood continues for an 18-month-old child missing since Friday.

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Survivor tells family how US teens died in Juarez

Posted: 02/09/2011 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - The grandmother of one of three teens killed in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at the weekend says a fourth teen survived the shooting but now fears for his life and is seeking refuge in the U.S.

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Fans who lost Super Bowl seats get second option

Posted: 02/09/2011 - NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL has added a second option for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012 game.

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Lawmakers to hold hearings on Texas power outages

Posted: 02/08/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst said two state Senate committees will hold hearings into why Texas experienced power outages last week and urged electric companies to prepare for more cold weather on Wednesday.

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3 teens killed in Mexico, 2 of them US citizens

Posted: 02/08/2011 - CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) - A high school principal in Texas says at least two of three teens boys shot to death in the Mexican border city Ciudad Juarez were U.S. citizens.

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Perry names 3 new A&M System regents

Posted: 02/08/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Gov. Rick Perry has appointed three new members to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

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Crews retrace search for missing Texas toddler

Posted: 02/08/2011 - NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas (AP) - Police aided by state officers and bloodhounds are retracing their steps in the search for an 18-month-old Hill Country child.

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Homeland Security chief visits US-Mexico border

Posted: 01/31/2011 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano (neh-pahl-ih-TAN'-oh) is scheduled to speak in West Texas about efforts to combat drug violence and keep the U.S.-Mexico border secure.

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2 dead in El Paso house fire

Posted: 01/31/2011 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A 55-year-old woman and her 9-year-old grandson died after a fire in El Paso, and two other grandchildren were critically injured.

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TX Unemployment Up For Second Straight Month

Updated: 01/21/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The state's employment agency says the jobless rate in Texas has increased for the second straight month despite continued improvement in the number of jobs.

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Bush, ex-officials mark Gulf War anniversary

Posted: 01/21/2011 - COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - Former President George H.W. Bush and top officials from his administration are remembering the Gulf War as a time in history when the world stood united against a tyrant as well as a "textbook example" of how to go to battle.

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