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Proposal to save UT's Cactus Cafe

Posted: 02/03/2010 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Fans of the famed Cactus Cafe on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin want the venue relocated instead of being closed.

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Neiman Marcus to pay Humane Society $25,000

Posted: 02/02/2010 - DALLAS (AP) - Neiman Marcus Inc. has agreed to pay a $25,000 judgment after a court found the luxury retailer falsely advertising two coats as being "faux fur" trimmed when the items had Asian raccoon dog fur.

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Sister acquitted over man's faked Gulf drowning

Posted: 02/02/2010 - CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - A jury in Corpus Christi has acquitted a woman who was accused of helping her brother in 2008 fake his drowning in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Texas communities slaughter deer, donate venison

Posted: 02/02/2010 - HOUSTON (AP) - More than 20 Texas communities are thinning deer herds by getting permits to trap and slaughter the animals and donating the venison to charity.

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Pair charged over 2 Rusk County killings

Posted: 02/02/2010 - HENDERSON, Texas (AP) - Two men have been charged with capital murder over a double slaying in Rusk County in which the victims were shot and dumped along a road.

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Texas pair allegedly kept daughter, 12, in closet

Posted: 02/02/2010 - BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A Brownsville couple has been jailed for allegedly keeping the woman's 12-year-old daughter in an unlit closet in their home for about a year.

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Texan among 10 Americans held in Haiti

Posted: 02/01/2010 - AMARILLO, Texas (AP) - One Texan is among 10 Americans arrested for allegedly trying to take children out of earthquake-devastated Haiti.

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University of Texas cuts cafe, informal classes.

Updated: 02/01/2010 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The University of Texas is shutting down its famed Cactus Cafe, where singer Lyle Lovett and others started their careers. The Austin school also is trying to save money by ending a decades-long program that let area residents take informal classes for a nominal fee.

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Sliding neighborhood residents balk at arbitration

Posted: 01/27/2010 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Several homeowners in a San Antonio neighborhood where a landslide threatened to topple and crush houses complained to a legislative committee that mandatory arbitration clauses harm them.

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Site OK'd for new Parkland hospital in Dallas

Posted: 01/27/2010 - DALLAS (AP) - The plan for a new Parkland Memorial Hospital includes a 17-story tower with almost twice the floor space of the current half-century old facility.

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Builder lacked permit for failing retaining wall

Posted: 01/27/2010 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The developer of a San Antonio neighborhood where a landslide threatens about a dozen homes concedes that it lacked a permit for a towering retaining wall that began crumbling Sunday.

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Fort Hood suspect's attorney questions mental exam

Posted: 01/25/2010 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The Fort Hood shooting suspect's attorney wants to challenge the Army's plan to have three military health professionals determine whether his client is competent to stand trial.

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Soil shift in San Antonio leads to evacuations

Posted: 01/25/2010 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A soil shift in northwest San Antonio led to the evacuation of dozens of homes over fears that two retaining walls could collapse near widening gaps.

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Ex-pastor's murder conviction ends 4-year saga

Posted: 01/25/2010 - WACO, Texas (AP) - Nearly four years ago, a central Texas preacher's wife was found dead beside a typed suicide note and bottle of sleeping pills, and police quickly closed the case.

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Vessels collide in Port Arthur, spilling oil

Posted: 01/25/2010 - PORT ARTHUR, Texas (AP) - The U.S. Coast Guard says some crude oil has spilled into the Port of Port Arthur area after two vessels collided. No injuries have been reported, but part of the port has been closed.

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Minister Murder Trial

Posted: 01/24/2010 - A former Texas minister's 65-year prison sentence for killing his wife ends a four-year saga that began with only her family's suspicions.

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Grandson Death

Posted: 01/24/2010 - JAMAICA BEACH, Texas (AP) - A 56-year-old man has been convicted of capital murder in the death of a 4-year-old who died after being wrapped in a sheet with a mesh bag over his head and placed in a hope chest.

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Oil Spill

Posted: 01/24/2010 - A Texas official says crews are working to protect two sensitive wildlife areas after a crude oil spill shut down parts of a major southeast Texas port

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Gulf Coast schools get $1M for libraries

Posted: 01/23/2010 - NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Former First Lady Laura Bush has announced $1million in grants for school libraries damaged by hurricanes.

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Ex-pastor's murder conviction ends 4-year saga

Posted: 01/23/2010 - WACO, Texas (AP) - Nearly four years ago, a central Texas preacher's wife was found dead beside a typed suicide note and bottle of sleeping pills, and police quickly closed the case.

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