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Cornyn Visits Wounded Soldiers At Fort Hood

Posted: 08/25/2007 - Texas Senator John Cornyn Saturday visited wounded soldiers, military families and post officials at Fort Hood and said it’s the country’s duty to ensure every soldier receives the best medical care available.

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Dozens Protest Border Fence

Posted: 08/25/2007 - Dozens crowded onto an international bridge Saturday in El Paso to protest the proposed border fence.

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Burglars Leave Coryell Residents on Edge

Posted: 08/02/2007 - A crime spike in Coryell County has left some residents on edge. A rash of home and vehicle burglaries in the county has law enforcement officers concerned about illegal drug use. They fear the increase in illegal drug use may be to blame for the increase in the number of burglaries.

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College Students Will Be Able To Renew B-On-Time Loans

Posted: 07/26/2007 - Qualifying college students will be able to renew loans from the state's B-On-Time program in the upcoming school year. That's despite previous warnings that hundreds of students would lose the forgivable loans.

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Sheehan Formally Announces Plans To Oppose Pelosi

Updated: 07/10/2007 - Peace activist Cindy Sheehan formally announced Tuesday in Crawford she’ll challenge US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in 2008 unless Pelosi moves to oust the president within the next two weeks.

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Longtime County Official Plans To Step Down

Updated: 06/14/2007 - Falls County Judge Tom Sehon, who served as the county’s district attorney for 20 years, said Thursday he plans to step down later this year.

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Temple Water Plant Loses Power

Updated: 04/08/2007 - Temple’s water plant was still without power Sunday morning, 12 hours after the outage was reported, but so far there have been no disruptions in service.

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Edwards Supports Resolution Opposing Troop Escalation

Updated: 02/16/2007 - Saying its time to send a wakeup call to Iraqi leaders, Central Texas Congressman Chet Edwards said Friday it’s time for Congress to give voice to the clear majority of Americans who oppose the president’s plan to send an additional 21,500 US troops to Iraq.

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Two McLennan County Residents Now Diagnosed With West Nile Virus

Updated: 07/31/2006 - The Waco-McLennan County Public Health District has confirmed two cases of West Nile Virus in McLennan County residents. West Nile symptoms were spotted in the person on July 21, 2006. The second case was confirmed Monday afternoon.

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Texas Gasoline Prices Near All-Time High

Posted: 07/28/2006 - Texas retail gasoline prices are near all-time highs, according to a Triple-A Texas gas price survey. The survey released today says prices of regular self-serve gasoline are averaging two dollars 92 cents per gallon statewide. That's up nearly two cents, marking the fifth straight week of increases in Texas.

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New US Border Security Checks Announced

Posted: 07/27/2006 - U-S residents with green cards, parolees and some Canadians will have their fingerprints checked every time they re-enter America by air or sea. The new security checks were announced today in Washington by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Supreme Court Overturns Part Of Texas Remap

Updated: 06/28/2006 - The U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday upheld much of the Texas congressional redistricting plan engineered by former House Speaker Tom DeLay, but found some boundaries failed to protect minority voting rights.

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