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Texas Lawmakers to Hear Bill Banning Gay Marriage Licenses

EVA RUTH MORAVEC, Associated Press

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A contentious debate is expected as a Texas House committee hears a bill barring state and local employees from licensing or recognizing same-sex marriages — even if the U.S. Supreme Court authorizes them.

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Blue Bell Issues Another Recall Due to Possible Listeria Contamination

Blue Bell Ice Cream has issued a recall of 3 oz. institutional and food service ice cream cups with pull tabs due to possible Listeria contamination.

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104-Year-Old Texas Woman Says Dr Pepper Is the Key to Her Long Life

According to a 104-year-old Fort Worth woman, the key to her long life is three (3!) Dr Pepper cans a day.

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Travis County Judge Gisela Triana Charged with DWI

A Travis County state district judge has been charged with driving while intoxicated after being pulled over by Austin police Friday night.

Judge Gisela Triana, 48, was stopped for speeding on Barton Springs Road. According to an arrest affidavits, Triana exhi

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Texas Confederate License Plate Case Goes All the Way to the Supreme Court

Texas commemorates its Confederacy roots in different ways, but many people are calling these new license plates offensive. Others say it's in their free speech to do so.

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Kevin Garcia - Photo Courtesy of College Station Police Department

Man Abducted from College Station Convenience Store Dies

A man who was abducted from a College Station convenience store earlier this week passed away Friday after being removed from life support.

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Proposed Bill Would Make It Illegal for Citizens to Film Law Enforcement Officers

Thanks to modern technology, more and more citizens are filming police officers and their actions. Now, Texas Representative Jason Villalba wants that made illegal and yes, as it's currently worded, you could be arrested for it.

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Martin Barraud, Getty Images

Houston Woman Shot in Traffic in Possible Road Rage Incident

A Houston woman was hospitalized in critical condition Friday after being shot in the back of the head while driving in busy traffic.

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Charles Silvey via Getty Images

Organization Seeks Relatives of Purple Heart Recipient

DENVER (AP) — A graveside ceremony is planned this weekend honoring a Korean War veteran whose Purple Heart was discovered by a dog digging in a Denver backyard.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
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Texas Attorney General Sues Over Same-Sex Benefits

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas attorney general is suing the federal labor department over a plan that would extend family and medical leave benefits to married same-sex couples.

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