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Texas Railroad Commission Chairwoman Says There Is No Gas Shortage

Spokeswoman Christi Craddick took to social media this week to ask Texans to remain calm and not perpetuate rumors of a statewide gas shortage after Harvey.

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Anheuser-Busch, Fox 5 Atlanta
Anheuser-Busch, Fox 5 Atlanta

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Shipping Water Instead of Beer for Harvey Relief

Anheuser-Busch says it periodically stops beer production in order to can drinking water at a Georgia facility so it can be ready to go in times of need.

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Wochit News, YouTube
Wochit News, YouTube

Seniors Rescued From Flooded Texas Nursing Home

19 seniors and five staff members of La Vita Bella Assisted Living Center in Dickinson were rescued hours after a photo of them in flood conditions went viral.

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CBS Austin, Facebook
CBS Austin, Facebook

Surreal Footage of Houston Residents Escaping Hurricane Harvey Flooding

Harrowing images from the Gulf Coast region continue to pour in. Boats and canoes have replaced cars on roads, and sinkholes are appearing in some areas.

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Hurricanetracker, YouTube
Hurricanetracker, YouTube

Drone Footage Shows Devastation in Rockport, Texas in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

At least one Rockport resident has passed away in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Reports of devastation continue to pour in from all along Texas' Gulf Coast.

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Andrew Schneck - KHOU YouTube
Andrew Schneck - KHOU YouTube

Houston Man Charged for Trying to Blow up Confederate Statue

A 25-year-old with a prior conviction for storing dangerous chemicals was allegedly caught planting explosives on a statue of Confederate Major Richard Dowling.

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KXAN
KXAN

Confederate Statues Gone at University of Texas

The University of Texas says statues of Robert E. Lee and other prominent Confederate figures have been removed from the main area of campus in Austin.

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Texas Child Fatally Injured in Hit-and-Run Collision

A one-year-old child was killed by a hit-and-run driver at a Corpus Christi intersection Monday morning. A manhunt is now underway for the driver.

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Texas Parks and Wildlife
Texas Parks and Wildlife

Biologists Say Invasive Zebra Mussels Found in Lake Austin

State scientists say zebra mussels have been found at Lake Austin, the latest indication the invasive species is continuing to spread along Texas waterways.

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Robert Chody, KWTX
Robert Chody, KWTX

Central Texas Sheriff Catches Scammer in the Act [VIDEO]

Watch Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody confront a scammer claiming to be one of his deputies and trying to prey on innocent people.

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