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El Paso ISD staff could face cheating sanctions
Some current and ex-staffers of a West Texas school district recovering from a testing scandal could face sanctions imposed by state education officials.
Hundreds of Texans report seeing fireball in sky
Hundreds of Texans are giving online accounts of seeing a massive bright ball of light streak across the nighttime sky.
5 family members found dead at Texas home
Investigators say no suspects are being sought after two adults and three children were found dead in a North Texas home.
Some West Texas cemeteries damaged after rain
Cleanup has begun at some West Texas cemeteries damaged during last week's heavy rain that loosened ground and toppled headstones.
Laredo teacher facing child porn charges
Federal prosecutors say a veteran South Texas teacher has been charged with swapping child pornography online.
Older Texans lead state in gun permit applications
People over the age of 50 are seeking concealed handgun licenses at a rate higher than any other age group in Texas.
Opponents of Texas voting maps want $6M reimbursed
Minority rights groups that sued over voting maps passed by the Texas Legislature in 2011 want the state to pay for a roughly $6 million legal tab.
Ingrid makes landfall on Mexico's coast, weakens
Ingrid has made landfall on Mexico's coast near La Pesca, weakening from a hurricane to a tropical storm.
Sen. Cornyn Meets with Mexico Ambassador Mora
Senator Cornyn and Ambassador Mora were joined by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Representative Filemon Vela (D-TX 34) and had a productive conversation about the ways our countries can work together.
Texas prison gang leader guilty in drug case
A leader of a gang that started in Texas prisons faces at least 10 years behind bars and a fine of up to $10 million after pleading guilty to distribution of heroin.
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