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Immigrant lady in Texas earnings to Honduran father

July 22, 2014 Houston No Comments
HOUSTON (AP) — After her mom was gunned down on a still area travel only a retard from her facile school, 7-year-old Sheyli Galvez was incited over to Child Protective Services while a state district decider dynamic her fate. The routine concerned a six-month CPS review that enclosed a home investigate in her local Honduras. The Houston Chronicle ( ) reports CPS and a child’s profession

Perry promulgation National Guard to quarrel crime along border

July 22, 2014 Houston No Comments
AUSTIN — Gov. Rick Perry pronounced Monday he will send as many as 1,000 Texas National Guard infantry to a Rio Grande Valley to quarrel crime while other authorities are impressed by a inundate of unparalleled children from Central America. The National Guard infantry will support a swell in Texas Department of Public Safety officers sent to a southern limit final month, pronounced Perry, pursuit a infantry

Texas male travels nation to buy homeless signs

July 22, 2014 Houston No Comments
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Texas artist who is roving opposite a nation purchasing signs from homeless people stopped in St. Paul Tuesday. The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports Willie Baronet of Dallas done a 11th stop of his monthlong cross-country outing by 24 U.S. cities. During his visit, Baronet met with Margaret Kelly, a Lutheran priest who is organizing a new assemblage to offer a homeless and others vital in p

Report: Illegal equine racing on a arise in East Texas

July 22, 2014 Houston No Comments
Six people have been arrested on accusations of using bootleg equine races out of East Texas, Tyler’s KLTV-TV reports. Those equine races in Smith County were reportedly being attended by “high-level Mexican drug dealers” from around Texas, including Houston, according to justice documents. Up to $40,000 in money was wagered on a singular race. Authorities contend dual locals, Omar Bonilla and Ren

3 harmed in Willis residence explosion

July 22, 2014 Houston No Comments
Neighbors described an scary stage of drop Tuesday after 3 people were severely harmed when a residence exploded in north Montgomery County. The occurrence happened about 5 a.m. during a three-bedroom, wood-frame home on Mandy Lane circuitously Rogers in a Willis area, according to a Montgomery Fire Marshal’s Office. Three adults were flown by LifeFlight medical helicopter to Memorial Hermann-The Texas Medic

Texas rivergoers’ unreasonable of bug bites an combined provide for tubers

July 22, 2014 Amarillo No Comments
SAN ANTONIO — It’s tubing season, and yet people who strike a rivers for distraction are used to bumps, scrapes and bruises, a storms that strike Central and South Texas final week combined another factor: bug bites. Six people compulsory medical courtesy Saturday after experiencing allergic reactions to black termite bites while during a Guadalupe River in New Braunfels. “They weren’t remov

San Antonio, Seguin schools land on aloft ed ‘honor roll’

July 22, 2014 Amarillo No Comments
SAN ANTONIO — If you’re a clergyman looking for a gig in aloft education, Texas Lutheran University in Seguin and a University of a Incarnate Word in San Antonio are among a biggest to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. The dual schools are among 11 in Texas that have done an coming on a Chronicle’s list of Great Colleges to Work For 2014. This is a third uninterrupted year

San Antonio chooses Ivy Taylor as new mayor

July 22, 2014 Amarillo No Comments
SAN ANTONIO — The City Council allocated Councilwoman Ivy Taylor to turn San Antonio’s subsequent mayor. She did not win a infancy of a legislature vote, as her colleagues separate 5-3 over her and Councilman Ray Lopez. Lopez afterwards withdrew from consideration, observant that it was critical for a city to pierce forward. Mayor Julián Castro afterwards submitted his central minute of resignation, readin

Border sheriffs vessel Perry’s devise to send National Guardsmen

July 22, 2014 Amarillo No Comments
AUSTIN — Leaders along a Texas limit with Mexico slammed Gov. Rick Perry’s pierce Monday to send 1,000 National Guard infantry to South Texas, observant impressed counties need law coercion and free aid, not militarization. Perry portrayed his preference as required to assistance U.S. Border Patrol agents impressed by an estimated tide of 60,000 unparalleled children from Central America. With limit confidence

Texas’ Strong prefers not articulate inhabitant title

July 22, 2014 Amarillo No Comments
DALLAS — New Texas manager Charlie Strong prefers not even articulate about inhabitant championships. Strong pronounced Tuesday in his initial coming during Big 12 football media days that when he was partial of a inhabitant pretension run during Florida, a Gators never discussed going or winning it. The manager knows a expectations for a premier module like Texas. He only wants his players going out

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