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Aging desktop source of attorney’s accidental cat filter

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By JOHN L. MONE and JILL BLEED | Associated Press RICHMOND, Texas (AP) — Texas attorney Rod Ponton's appearance as a fluffy kitten during an...

Judge says Texas officials need to speed up on foster care reforms

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By Neelam Bohra, Texas Tribune Two years after U.S. District Judge Janis Jack ordered a long list of reforms for the Texas foster care system,...

Man held on arson charges after Texas courthouse fire

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WACO, Texas (AP) — The suspect in a fire that destroyed all but the outer rock walls of a 111-year-old Texas courthouse is being...

Lawmakers denounce Biden’s energy moves, experts say they could benefit Texas

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By Mitchell Ferman, Texas Tribune HOUSTON — Surrounded by refineries and chemical plants that make up the Houston Ship Channel, the Republican leader of the...

Abbott sets legislative agenda; lawmakers could influence how much is accomplished

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By Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott has laid out a bunch of priorities that he hopes lawmakers will take on this legislative session:...

Texas death row inmate dies after diagnosed with COVID

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By JUAN A. LOZANO Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas death row inmate who raped and strangled a 77-year-old woman at her Houston home...

Judge prevents Biden administration from pausing deportations for two more weeks

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By Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune A federal judge in Texas has extended the block on President Joe Biden’s deportation moratorium for two more weeks as...

Treatments take back seat in COVID-19 fight, promising remdesivir research continues

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Sabrina LeBoeuf Austin American-Statesman AUSTIN, Texas — In the battle against coronavirus, preventative vaccines often occupy the main stage. All the while, however, experts continue...

Texas likely to partner with FEMA for vaccine ‘supersites’

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas will likely partner with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to open two vaccination "supersites" in Dallas and Houston, and...

Texas COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline

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DALLAS (AP) — The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Texas fell again Sunday after dipping below 10,000 for the first time since...
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