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A Minute on Transcendence

'Courteous' Tan Curtis and Aaron Savage give you the quick skinny on this weekend's Johnny Depp sci-fi flick.

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One Year After West

KWTX-TV will air a documentary Thursday chronicling the West Fertilizer Plant explosion and the ongoing recovery efforts.

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2014 LPT State Convention

KTEM brings you video highlights and behind-the-scenes interviews from the Libertarian Party of Texas' parliamentary convention.

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Judy Morales Plea Deal

Guest writer Lou Ann Anderson goes in-depth Judy Morales' plea deal with Bell County, and how it connects to C.J. Grisham's recent trial.

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KWTX to Air Documentary Marking One Year Anniversary of West Explosion

One year after the West Fertilizer Plant explosion, KWTX-TV will air a documentary chronicling the blast and the ongoing recovery efforts.

“After West, Forever Forward” will premiere Thursday at 6 p.m. with limited commercial interruption. The film will be narrated by survivors, family members of those lost, first responders, volunteers and elected officials impacted by the explosion that killed 15 people and injured over 160.

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Video Highlights from the 2014 Libertarian Party of Texas State Convention

This weekend, April 11-13, the Libertarian Party of Texas met in Temple for their 2014 State Convention, bringing over 200 delegates together to debate and vote on the future of the Libertarian Party in Texas and the United States. KTEM brings you highlights from the Open Carry Rally held there on Friday, along with behind-the-scenes interviews with some of their most prominent speakers.

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A memorial for Sergeant Timothy Owens is seen before a memorial service at Fort Hood on April 9, 2014 in Texas. US President Barack Obama attended a memorial service for the three people killed and 16 wounded during last weeks shooting at the post by Army Specialist Ivan Lopez who later took his own life. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Missouri Funeral for Soldier Killed at Fort Hood

ROLLA, Mo. (AP) — A funeral is planned in Rolla, (RAH'-lah) Mo. for a soldier killed in shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, earlier this month.

The Saturday morning service for Sgt. Timothy Owens will be at First Baptist Church in Rolla. A procession with his casket was Friday evening. He is to be buried with full military honors.

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