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Parker County sheriff's deputy shot

Posted: 09/30/2009 - WEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) - A Parker County sheriff's deputy and a suspect were wounded in an exchange of gunfire as officers tried to serve an arson warrant.

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Pathologist shortage poses concern about autopsies

Posted: 09/30/2009 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A published report says some Texas medical examiners rely on medical school interns, unlicensed doctors and others with questionable expertise - even in capital murder cases.

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Weather experts predict rainier Texas winter

Posted: 09/29/2009 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The same El Nino (NEEN'-yoh) that's led to a calmer hurricane season is expected to bring a wetter, colder winter to Texas and the southern United States.

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Prosecutors say polygamist skirted banking law

Posted: 09/29/2009 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - State attorneys allege a polygamist sect member set to for trial on bigamy and child sexual abuse charges next month deliberately skirted anti-money laundering laws.

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ID on 3 dead in Garland

Posted: 09/29/2009 - GARLAND, Texas (AP) - Garland police have identified three people found shot to death in an apparent double murder and a suicide as a man, a woman and her husband.

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All Huntsville ISD schools closed due to flu

Posted: 09/29/2009 - HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - All schools in the Huntsville Independent School District are closed until Thursday due to students and staff being sick.

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Grandmother gets 44 months in green-card scam

Posted: 09/23/2009 - DALLAS (AP) - A Fort Worth grandmother has been sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison for running a scheme in which her family members married foreigners seeking to stay in the United States.

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Sister of accused Jewel stalker apologizes

Posted: 09/23/2009 - TOWNSEND, Wis. (AP) - The sister of a Wisconsin man accused of stalking singer-songwriter Jewel at her rural Texas ranch says her brother is in need of help, but hasn't responded to the family's attempts to contact him.

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Lottery Commission discusses strategy

Posted: 09/23/2009 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State lottery officials are predicting a decline in lottery revenue because of the slumping economy and new competition from a lottery in Arkansas.

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Flu 'widespread' across Texas

Posted: 09/22/2009 - DALLAS (AP) - The Texas Department of State Health Services says a preliminary report shows flu is "widespread" across the state.

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Perry defends recession remark

Posted: 09/22/2009 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Republican Gov. Rick Perry says videotape seeming to show him questioning whether Texas is in a recession is only a "snippet" of what he told a Houston business group and shouldn't be taken out of context.

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Retired federal judge Buchmeyer dies

Posted: 09/22/2009 - DALLAS (AP) - Retired U.S. District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer (BUCK'-my-er), who spent nearly 30 years on the federal bench and presided over a Dallas housing discrimination case, has died.

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Texas group asks DAs to stop using scent IDs

Posted: 09/21/2009 - HOUSTON (AP) - The Innocence Project of Texas is calling on Texas prosecutors and the state's forensic science commission to ban the use of scent identification lineups, saying the technique has led to several false arrests.

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School bus ends up in pond near Dallas

Posted: 09/21/2009 - HEATH, Texas (AP) - A bus carrying 18 members of a swim team, their coach and a driver ended up in the shallow edge of a pond after going off a road in the Dallas area.

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4 die in Port Arthur duplex fire

Posted: 09/21/2009 - PORT ARTHUR, Texas (AP) - Four people died in a fire at a Port Arthur duplex that caused the structure to collapse.

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20 years since Alton school bus tragedy

Posted: 09/21/2009 - ALTON, Texas (AP) - A park in the Lower Rio Grande Valley serves as a reminder of when a school bus went into a water-filled pit in a wreck that left 21 children dead.

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Students warned to prove Texas residence or leave

Posted: 09/21/2009 - DEL RIO, Texas (AP) - Students living in northern Mexico have skirted residency requirements to attend U.S. public schools for generations. But when the superintendent in one Texas border town got word that about 400 school-age children were crossing the international bridge daily with backpacks but no student visas, he decided to act.

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