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If you see Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin squirming a little bit while sitting down this offseason, don't be alarmed. He's just trying to look and remain calm while sitting on the hottest seat in the country. Sumlin 's Aggies have...Show More Summary
Clear eyes, full hearts, must go to Texas for this immediately, farewell.
From the UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN and the “must add a global warming caveat to prevent backlash” department: Scientists map movement of Greenland Ice during past 9,000 years Scientists have created the first map that shows how the Greenland Ice Sheet has moved over time, revealing that ice in the interior is moving more slowly…
Patent-based company wins a 9-figure verdict in East Texas. Is it the last?
Texas head coach Charlie Strong is entering a pivotal third year with the Longhorns. In short, there are no more excuses. There can be no more losing seasons and no more problems on offense. Otherwise, the Strong era in Austin couldShow More Summary
Pursuant the Mutant Registration Act, Marisa Arriaga of Cedar Hill, a suburb of Dallas, Texas, must submit to government supervision. She might have avoided that fate, had she not recorded her amazing abilities last June. She tells Fox...Show More Summary
A U.S. government panel has ruled that a privately run Medicare plan must cover sex reassignment surgery for a Texas transgender woman, a decision her attorney said was the first of its kind. Charlene Lauderdale, a U.S. Air Force veteran, first sought surgery through her UnitedHealthcare/AARP...
Public school cheerleaders' right to include Bible verses on the run-through banners at football games must be protected, according to a unanimous ruling by the Texas Supreme Court.
The federal government has burst the confines of the Constitution, and we the people must do something about it. That's the premise of recent calls by Senator Marco Rubio and Texas Governor Greg Abbott for an Article V amendments convention, at which they intend to propose constitutional amendments to limit the federal government's size and scope. Show More Summary
"People don't like him! At all!" the Donald declared
Regal Entertainment must stop “demanding or requesting exclusive film licenses” in the Houston area while the No. 1 chain defends itself in an unfair business practices case, a Texas District Court ruled today. A small exhibition company,...Show More Summary
Back in October, we heard that NBC was planning to adapt True Blood author Charlaine Harris’ Midnight, Texas trilogy. It must’ve gone well, because the network has put in a pilot order for the series. Read more...
Should guns be allowed in restaurants? With a new law in effect, restaurant owners must decide. Starting on New Year's Day, some Texas diners began sporting a totally new kind of accessory not often seen in a restaurant setting. Last...Show More Summary
This is must hear audio of University of Houston head coach, Tom Herman‘s back and forth with 2 Houston radio hosts about a report on former Texas A&M QB Kyle Allen. The entire conversation is about whether a report of Kyle Allen meeting Coach Herman in Houston prior to him choosing a school to transfer […]
Abortion again is headed to the Supreme Court. At issue is a Texas law setting medical standards for abortionists. Clinics must maintain the standards of "ambulatory surgical centers" and doctors must have "admitting privileges" at local hospitals. Show More Summary
An older African-American male actor is being cast for the feature film “Joined at the Heart,” which is based on a true story about love and triumph. The actor must exude a calm demeanor and be OK with smoking on camera. For more details see the casting notice here, and don’t forget to check out the rest of our Texas audition listings!
An elected official in Texas is threatening to slap anyone who wishes him "happy holidays" this year. Republican Sid Miller, the state's agriculture commissioner, said on Facebook that people must say "Merry Christmas" to him or nothing at all. "If one more person says Happy Holidays to me I just might slap them," Miller wrote. Show More Summary
A deep dive into the state of Hispanic voting rights in the U.S., through the lens of a Texas town. … Continue reading ?
A Texas judge ruled this month that the state must pay $605,000 in attorney's fees on behalf of two couples who had been fighting for marriage equality prior to national recognition, according to the Texas Observer. Cleopatra DeLeonShow More Summary