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Q: Who killed woman found in river in April 1987 (Anderson county)
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Q: Harkey murder trial (San Saba TX)
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Q: murder trials for the last ten years in freestone co. texas (Freestone TX)
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Q: Any leads on murder of Mrs. Chaney? (Calhoun TX)
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Q: Rees murder case in the 1970's (Johnson TX)
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Q: Inga Moore murder 1994 Grayson county texas
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Q: anyone convicted of malene cannon's murder (Grayson TX)
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Q: Kaamilyah king Murder case
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Q: information on goods store murder in north tyler
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Q: Nicole leger murder (Collin TX)
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Q: What happened to the kid that murdered Charlotte Bailey
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Q: Bailey Murder (Newton TX)
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Q: where is Bernard eastland? Will he ever stand trial? (Bastrop TX)
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Q: Smithville grandmother murdered by grandson
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Q: who murdered mary jones in may 2012 (Medina TX)
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Q: Dennis Roy redding (Bastrop TX)
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Q: jerry mello testified (Bexar TX)
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Q: murder of realastate agent at lake tyler late 1970s to early 1980s (Smith TX)
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Q: what happened to the guy who killed moody pickarf in 1985 (Fort Bend TX)
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Q: when is the sandra mohendeno trial (Galveston TX)
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Q: update of sandra mohendeno murder trial (Galveston TX)
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Q: Who was murdered in Tyler,Texas in 1986? (Smith TX)
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Q: Who Murdered Oneta Harris (Cooke TX)
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Q: Michael raymond (De Witt TX)
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Q: Did Jeffery Johnson have a relationship with his victim? (Nueces TX)
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Q: Who murdered Louise Frentzel, March, 1922, El Paso, Tx?
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Wellness Kitchen to open on AU campus
Art, Texas
A new restaurant focused on healthy eating for Auburn University students and the public is set to open up on campus this fall. The Wellness Kitchen is a state-of-the-art, cafeteria style, restaurant located near the Athletic Facility on campus.
August 17 2014
Shooting at hospital near Philadelphia injures 3
Police in suburban Philadelphia are investigating a shooting at a hospital campus and say they have reports people have been injured and a suspect is in custody.
August 17 2014
SEC lunchtime links
Last week, we all saw Peyton Manning dancing to "Rocky Top" during practice. Now we know that he’s taken care of when he returns to Tennessee.   Now to the lunch links. Enjoy. NCAA autonomy for the big boys embraces a playing field already tilted in their favor. Alabama is typically known for its defense, but through the first week of fall camp, the Tide offense is ahead of the defense. Arkansas ...
August 10 2014
Ben Carson Presidential Campaign One Step Closer to Reality
Dr. Ben Carson, a Washington Times columnist and former head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, told his employer Friday that he was one step closer to launching a 2016 presidential campaign. According to the Washington Times, the doctor who was the first to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head has launched his
August 09 2014
Remains of slain Arizona woman found in Texas
PRESCOTT, Ariz. -- Authorities say the body of a woman last seen in Camp Verde five years ago has been found in Texas. Yavapai County sheriff's detectives last week located the remains of Kristal Forest, 65, in the desert outside of El Paso, Texas. Sheriff's officials said Robert Reed, 60, was indicted on a second-degree murder charge last year for killing Forest even though her body hadn't been ...
August 08 2014
Analysis: Clinton impeachment shadows GOP lawsuit
Republicans have already "opened the door for impeachment" with their plans to sue the president over allegedly failing to carry out the health care law, White House aide Dan Pfeiffer told reporters. House Democrats' campaign committee used reports of tea party Republicans meeting to discuss impeachment in an emailed fundraising plea sent Sunday. The planned suit results from a dispute over the ...
August 05 2014
UCLA will replace flooded Pauley Pavilion floor
Wichita Falls, texas
The famed hardwood court at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion will be replaced because of damage caused when 20 million gallons of water cascaded onto campus from a broken water main, the school announced Friday.
August 03 2014
UTMB to research cures for Ebola
GALVESTON - The National Laboratory in Galveston will research cures for Ebola, the disease that is ravaging West Africa, and the equally deadly Marburg virus with $6 million in federal grants. The National Laboratory on the campus of the University of Texas Medical Branch received grants from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Defense to develop experimental drugs ...
August 02 2014
THR holding summer camp for diabetes prevention
For the first time Texas Health Resources is conducting a camp for children.
August 02 2014
Butler County’s first long-term care hospital to open
LifeCare Hospitals, which operates long-term care hospitals for some of the sickest patients, is opening a location at Fort Hamilton Hospital. Renovation work is expected to begin on patient rooms and office space for the new services next week, said Russell Dean, chief executive officer of LifeCare Hospitals of Dayton, which is opening the Hamilton campus on Eaton Avenue. The new LifeCare ...
July 27 2014
Coming pop concerts: Felice Brothers and John Mellencamp
Felice Brothers "All I want is to eat cherry licorice," the Felice Brothers sing on the lead single to their sixth album, Favorite Waitress. "I don't care if it sounds ridiculous." No, they don't care, and we don't either. That's becau
July 22 2014
Women’s health bill just political theater
One man’s quixotica is another’s turn-out-the-vote strategy. Democrats, too, enjoy exercising their right to propose straight-to-campaign ad legislation that is in no imminent danger of becoming the law.
July 17 2014
Five lessons from this election season so far
Democratic Alaska Senator Mark Begich’s re-election campaign is one to watch. Photo by Marc Lester for The Washington Post via Getty Images Today in the Morning Line: The establishment has had a good season … Incumbents are tough to beat … Democrats’ chances could rest with their Marks … Money can’t buy you tea party love … and ObamaCare fades as a talking point. Immigration latest IRS retreat ...
July 15 2014
Maverick's Boys and Girls Club host "Amazing Race"
The Maverick Boys and Girls Club in Amarillo hosted it's first "Amazing Race" fundraiser, Saturday morning.Several teams participated in different activities, stationed around Amarillo. The goal, to help raise money for the Boys and Girls Club, while also having a good time. Money raised will help the non-profit which provides after-school care, athletic programs and summer camps for kids in ...
July 14 2014
Three-day camp held on Lake Athens for area children
“When you have a family, you have everything.” On any given day there are about 400,000 children in out-of-home care in the United States. While most foster children live in a family setting, about 15 percent of foster kids live in a group home.
July 14 2014
West Texas news in brief, 7/13
Ballinger - Hospital earns quality award; Brownwood - Roy Orbison tribute show slated Aug. 2; Marfa - ‘Vidas Perfectas’ opera presented; Paisano Pass - Cowboy camp meeting coming
July 13 2014
Thailand horrified after 13-year-old girl raped thrown from train
London, Texas
Nong Kaem vanished while riding night train to Bangkok Body found three days later by the track; she'd been raped, police said 22-year-old railway employee charged with rape and murder Campaign ...
July 11 2014
CVS Stops Smoking, Strengthens Strategy Shift
CVS Caremark recently announced a fundraising campaign to benefit Lung Force. This effort dovetails with the company’s plan to stop selling tobacco products in October 2014.
July 10 2014
If You Still Care About Bringing Back Our Girls Tweet It, Lawmakers Say
Lawmakers launch campaign to pressure Nigerian government.
July 03 2014
Two set to appear in federal court on charges of murder on federal land
Houston, Texas
Cristian Alexander Zamora, 22, and Ricardo Leonel Campos-Lara, 19, have been indicted on charges of committing murder in the Sam Houston National Forest, a designated federal land, announced United St
June 29 2014
Two charged with murder in Sam Houston National Forest
Houston, Texas
Cristian Alexander Zamora, 22, and Ricardo Leonel Campos-Lara, 19, have been indicted on charges of committing murder in the Sam Houston National Forest, a designated federal land, announced United St
June 29 2014
Memorial Hermann expands into Cypress area
Memorial Hermann Health System has purchased a 32-acre site for development of a hospital campus. The site is located on the northeast side of US Highway 290, south of Mason Road, northwest of Mueschke Road, and southeast of the Grand Parkway.
June 27 2014
Memorial Hermann expanding to Cypress
Memorial Hermann Health System has announced the purchase of a 32-acre site for development of a hospital campus.
June 27 2014
Memorial Hermann expanding into Cypress area
Memorial Hermann Health System has announced the purchase of a 32-acre site for development of a hospital campus.
June 27 2014
Camp iHope Helping North Texas Kids Deal With Cancer
A unique North Texas summer camp is giving hope and helping kids fight cancer at the same time. Camp iHope was started at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas. The idea is to help sick kids temporarily forget their difficult reality.
June 27 2014
The Heart of New Orleans
Loving, Texas
Nathaniel Rich Bourbon Street: A History by Richard Campanella Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink Two new books serve as powerful correctives to the prevailing myths about New Orleans. They explain why Bourbon Street and the flawed response to Katrina are crucial to understanding the city’s identity today—just not in the ways that most Americans, and ...
June 26 2014
High court will not hear killer's intellectual disability claim
An earlier story in the Houston Chronicle, based, in part, on reportage by The Associated Press, erroneously reported that the Supreme Court had declined to consider an appeal seeking information concerning the source of the drug used in executions. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stayed Campbell's May execution to allow his legal team time to present evidence concerning intellectually ...
June 22 2014
Correction: Nazi Investigation story
In a story June 18 about a man charged with complicity in the killing of 216,000 Jews at a Nazi death camp during World War II, The Associated Press erroneously reported when a German court issued an arrest warrant. It was...
June 22 2014
Not guilty plea given in child murder case
Hunt, Texas
A Campbell woman has pleaded not guilty a second time to a charge of capital murder involving the 2011 death of a 2 year-old child.
June 21 2014
Longview, TX – May 30,2014 – Vista College’s Longview campus is the first of Vista’s eight on-ground campuses to offer a Patient Care Technician (PCT) diploma program.
June 21 2014
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