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Texas tollway violators face registration trouble
Drivers who buzz through North Texas Tollway Authority booths without paying can expect problems getting their annual vehicle registration stickers.
Suspect in Texas rapes was charged in '90s assault
A crime-watch volunteer suspected of raping four women in Dallas this summer was implicated in a sexual assault two decades ago, but that case was dropped when his accuser died after being struck by lightning just before trial.
Texas man pleads guilty in SW Missouri death
A Texas man about to go on trial in the shooting death of a southwest Missouri man instead pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Albertson's buying Texas-based United Supermarkets
Albertson's LLC has announced plans to acquire Texas-based United Supermarkets, LLC.
Heavy rain floods parts of Corpus Christi
Heavy rain has drenched parts of South Texas that are still recovering from droughts, flooding some streets with enough water for boating as the storms endured into Monday.
2 brothers get prison for Texas bank robberies
Two brothers have been sentenced to prison for robbing the same North Texas bank twice.
Vigil held for victims in Texas school stabbings
About 200 people have turned out to pray for victims of a Houston-area school stabbing attack that left one teen dead and three wounded.
Provost Umphrey Attorneys Win $32 Million Dollar Verdict Against Dominos Pizza
A Beaumont, Texas jury has determined the negligence of Dominos Pizza resulted in a deadly car accident caused by a pizza delivery driver.
2 dead in Dallas drive-by shooting, suspect sought
Dallas police say two men have been slain and a third was wounded in a drive-by shooting targeting people who were playing dice.
1 slain, 1 wounded in Houston restaurant holdup
Houston police are looking for three gunmen after a Denny's restaurant holdup left a customer shot to death and an employee wounded.
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