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Tech Industry Leaders Send Bathroom Bill Message To Texas GovernorAs Texas Governor Greg Abbott delays making a decision about whether to call state lawmakers back to work for a special legislative session, the heads of some of the largest tech business in the world sent a message to the state leader.
Are 140 Days Enough? Abbott Delays Special Session DecisionGovernor Greg Abbott says he won't make a decision until later this week on whether to call state lawmakers back to work as their 140-day legislation session ends Monday.
Search For Gunman Who Killed Texas Teen Hours After GraduationA teenager had a bright future ahead after graduating from Carter High School in Dallas, but hours after the ceremony he was gunned down outside a 7-Eleven in Irving.
2 People Dead After Car Crash In ArlingtonPolice in Arlington are investigating after an incident early Monday killed two people from one car. A man was ejected during a crash, and a woman was then hit by another passing vehicle.
Another Texas Democrat Launches A State Senate FilibusterA Texas Democrat has staged another state Senate floor filibuster — but don't expect it to generate as much attention as Sen. Wendy Davis' marathon speech four years ago.
Texas Approves Overhauling A-F School Accountability SystemThe Texas Legislature has approved an overhaul of an academic accountability rating system that issues schools and school districts A to F letter grades.
McKinney Festival Honors Wounded VeteranAs celebrations occur this Memorial Day weekend in remembrance veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice, some folks in McKinney are using the weekend to honor a wounded veteran.
'Carry The Load' Event In Dallas Honors Fallen HeroesThousands gathered in Dallas to honor fallen service members and first responders in the "Carry the Load" memorial march, officials say.
Coppell ISD Investigating Alleged Sexual Assault On High School CampusCoppell ISD and the Police Department are investigating allegations of a sexual assault on the Coppell High School campus after a post circulated through social media.
Teen Killed In Shooting At Irving 7-ElevenAn 18-year-old who just graduated from high school has died and two others were injured after police say they were shot while in a car at a 7-11 in Irving.
Texas Passes Softened Voter ID Law After Judge Finds BiasThe Texas Legislature has approved a weakened voter ID law and sent it to Gov. Greg Abbott after a judge twice ruled that the original version deliberately tried to suppress minority voters.
Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Fading As Legislative Session Wraps Up Texas' legislative session was winding down Sunday, with an all-but dead "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people.

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