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Can Austin Stay Weird Despite The Bombs That Keep Exploding?Suddenly, the "Keep Austin Weird" slogan doesn't feel so fun anymore.
Traffic Stop Leads To Drug, Weapons Bust In ArlingtonThe traffic stop led to the recovery of marijuana, Xanax, $400 in case and a 9mm handgun with a 30-round magazine.
Unexploded Package Bomb Also Found At FedEx Facility Near San AntonioOfficials told CBS 11 News that a second suspicious package was found at another FedEx distribution facility in Schertz.
Execution Set For Killer Of 93-Year-Old East Texas WomanClifton Williams, 34, is set for lethal injection June 21 in Huntsville for the deadly beating and stabbing of Cecilia Schneider at her home in Tyler in July 2005.
Free Ice Cream At Dairy Queen! It's For A Good CauseOn this first day of the spring Dairy Queen is handing out free ice cream cones.
'Heroic' School Faculty Rescue Crash Victim From Burning CarPolice are trying to track down school faculty members and other good Samaritans who rescued a person trapped under a burning car.
Bomb Carnage Across Texas Now Random; Arrest Doesn't Appear CloseFirst packages with bombs inside began appearing on the porches of residents in Austin, then a wire triggered an explosion near a street, now this morning a package bomb has exploded inside a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio.
Texas Animal Sanctuary Names New White Tiger Cub After "Star Wars" CharacterAn animal sanctuary in Wylie announced the birth of a white tiger cub on Monday, and he has a familiar name for "Star Wars" fans. The cub was welcomed on March 6 and given the name Kylo Ren.
North Texas Water District Reponds To Erin Brockovich's Quality ConcernsPlano leaders are expected to get an update Tuesday regarding the city's tap water, after environmental activist Erin Brockovich shared concerns with the water that North Texans were drinking.
Austin Bombings: Texas Buying X-Ray Machines To Assist InvestigationTexas Governor Greg Abbott today announced an additional release of $265,000 in emergency funding to help assist bombing investigations in Austin after four attacks this month in that city.
Mississippi Sends Team To Help Put Out Texas WildfiresTexas officials reported Sunday that 111 wildfires had burned nearly 25,000 acres across the state in the previous week.
After 4th Austin Explosion PD Says They’re Dealing With “Serial Bomber”Over the weekend Austin was rocked by the fourth bombing this month. Investigators believe the blast, that injured two people walking along the side of the road, was triggered by a tripwire.

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