22 Adults Removed From Alleged Illegal Texas Group Home

More than 20 adults have been removed from a 1,400 square-foot-house in Austin where investigators say an illegal group home was operating without air conditioning.


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Ex-Central Texas Judge Gets 18 Months In Federal Guns Case

A former Central Texas judge has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for illegally selling guns to a felon and lying about it.


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UT Moving Statue Of Jefferson Davis

The president of the University of Texas has ordered the removal of a statue of Jefferson Davis from the center of campus, but statues of other Confederate figures will stay.


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UT Mulls Fate Of Confederate Era Statues

The University of Texas is expected to release formal recommendations Monday on what to do about statues on its Austin campus of Confederate war figures.


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Arson Suspected In Car Fire Outside Texas Capitol

State investigators are seeking a ‘person of interest’ for questioning in a car fire outside the Texas Capitol suspected to have been deliberately set.


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Texas Officials Amend Death Certificate To Reflect Gay Union

State officials say they’ve complied with a court order and amended the death certificate of a man to include the name of his same-sex spouse.


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QB Question Top Issue As Texas Hopes To Rebound

The Longhorns opened training camp Thursday with the focus on last season’s starter, Tyrone Swoopes, and his battle for the job with redshirt freshman Jerrod Heard.


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Feds Demanding Lance Armstrong’s Medical Records

The federal government wants to see Lance Armstrong’s medical records from his treatments for cancer, specifically whether his doctors knew back in 1996 that he was using performance-enhancing drugs.


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Texans File Suit Over Bar-B-Que Smoke Smell

Many Texans love the aroma barbeque gives off, but one Texas community says they’re just sick and tired of smelling the smoke.


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Bland’s Death Takes Stage At Texas Capitol

The arrest and death of Sandra Bland is bringing top state officials to a hearing at the Texas Capitol on Thursday to testify about jail standards and police officer protocols.


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State Auditor: General Land Office Mishandled Contracts

The Texas State Auditor’s Office says the General Land Office has made mistakes in handling nearly $6 million in contracts over the past few years, including vastly underestimating project costs.


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Texas Officials Approve $3.9B For Water Projects

The Texas Water Development Board agreed on the funding Thursday. The money is meant for 32 projects spread over 10 years, with $1 billion being disbursed this year.