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San Antonio area has more than $10M flood damage
Experts say the San Antonio area had more than $10 million in damage to public property during May 25 storms and flooding.
NM officials encourage prairie chicken feedback
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Director Jim Lane says the state wants to keep a prairie grouse under state authority and keep the bird off the federal register.
Texas one of four states awarded DOL grant to pilot enhanced veterans outreach project
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announces the State of Texas Soldier Employment Initiative (STSEI), developed in partnership with the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) as part of a $750,000 U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) funded pilot project to help returning U.S. Army veterans find employment prior to separating from the service, particularly in growing industries in Texas such as the medical, energy and technology fields.
Ground broken on Texas wind turbine testing site
Ground has been broken for a large-scale wind turbine testing facility in the Texas Panhandle.
Flags, flowers help salute 4 Houston firefighters
Flags and flowers have been put on display at Reliant Stadium in memory of four Houston firefighters killed battling a hotel blaze.
Independent panel readies review of BLM mustangs
An independent panel of scientists that spent two years reviewing the U.S. government's contentious management of wild horses planned to release a series of recommendations Wednesday to combat skyrocketing costs and help quell decades of conflict on public rangelands.
Prosecutor in Texas fired after friend's arrest
A prosecutor in South Texas who showed her badge during a traffic stop as a friend was charged with driving while intoxicated has been fired.
$10,000 reward offered in fatal Texas carjacking
A $10,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a man who killed an elderly woman during a North Texas carjacking.
Flags stolen from Texas display returned, apology
Two flags stolen from a patriotic display in South Texas have been returned with a note of apology.
Texan accidentally fires gun, kills stepsister
Authorities say a North Texas girl has died on her 13th birthday after being accidentally shot by her 19-year-old stepbrother.
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