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Reward for Texas Most Wanted Fugitive Increased to $10,000

The reward for one of Texas’ 10 most wanted criminals is being increased during the month of March.

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Texas Supreme Court Issues Stay on Same-Sex Marriage

Hours after two women wed in Travis County Thursday, the Texas Supreme Court issued a stay blocking other same-sex couples from obtaining marriage licenses after a legal challenge by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

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Same-sex Couple Marries in Texas Under One-time Order

EVA RUTH MORAVEC, Associated Press

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Despite Texas' statewide ban on gay marriage, county officials in Austin have married a same-sex couple under a one-time court order issued for medical reasons.

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Navy seaman Doris Miller, the first black American to receive the Navy Cross - Official Navy Photo
Navy seaman Doris Miller, the first black American to receive the Navy Cross - Official Navy Photo

Waco Veterans Site to be Renamed for WWII Hero Doris Miller

WACO, Texas (AP) — The Waco Veterans Affairs Medical Center will get a new name to honor World War II hero Doris Miller.

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Eddie Ray Routh - Jail Photo

Jury Selection Begins in Eddie Ray Routh Trial

The former Marine accused of killing Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle begins next week in Stephenville.

The jury selection process in the trial of Eddie Ray Routh began Thursday in Erath County, with around 800 potential jurors being given paperwork to fill out ahead of Monday’s official start

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(Photo courtesy of Texas Department of Corrections/Newsmakers)
(Photo courtesy of Texas Department of Corrections/Newsmakers)

Donald Newbury of ‘Texas 7′ Executed

One of the seven fugitives convicted of the murder of an Irving police officer in 2000 was put to death Wednesday night.

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Chris Kyle, a retired Navy SEAL and bestselling author of the book "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History", holds a .308 sniper rifle in this April 6, 2012, file photo. Kyle was one of two people reported killed on the gun range at Rough Creek Lodge near Glen Rose, Texas, Saturday, February 2 2013. (Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)
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Greg Abbott to Declare February 2 Chris Kyle Day

The deadliest sniper in American history will soon have a state holiday named in his honor.

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On-Tap at Texas Legislature – Campus Carry, House Committees

WILL WEISSERT, Associated Press

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Hubbub surrounding proposals to allow open carry of handguns has overshadowed another bill that could spark an equally large battle but actually appears to be on a faster track to becoming law: campus carry.

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Texas Teen Accused of Drowning 2-Month-Old Baby

A 14-year-old girl in Dallas has been arrested for the intentional drowning of a 2-month-old baby left in her care.

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Hacker Group Anonymous Threatens Retaliation Over Police Shooting of Texas Teen

Infamous hacker group "Anonymous" has issued a threat against the city of Longview, TX after three officers shot and killed a 17-year-old girl who brandished a weapon at them in the police station last week.

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