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Texas teacher fired after Ferguson tweets

 A Texas teacher was fired Friday, one week after sending racially charged tweets about incidents in Ferguson, Missouri.

Internal memos detail Davis campaign dysfunction

Consultants for Democrat Wendy Davis warned her campaign months ago that the Fort Worth senator was headed for a humiliating defeat in the Texas governor’s race unless she a

Pregnant Texas woman stabbed by stranger

A pregnant San Antonio area woman is recovering after being stabbed by a stranger. Expectant mother Dana Kimbro said she had an argument with her husband and noticed someone watching them during the dispute.

Couples turn to crowdfunding to have baby

San Antonio, TX (KSAT) -- Lisa and Brian Castro have the perfect painting for their nursery. Their spare bedroom in the Seguin home is piled high in hand-me-downs. What they do not have is the baby.

Texas brewery offers free beer for life

 A Texas brewery is looking for investors to help build a storefront. Rather than going to the bank for a loan, owner Cary Hodson is offering free beer for life for anyone who invests $2,000 in his startup brewery

Texas to be clear of Ebola by end of Friday, officials say

 The last person being monitored in connection with the state’s three diagnosed Ebola patients will be cleared from twice-daily monitoring by the end of the day Friday after reaching the 21-day mark, the longest incubation period for

Judge orders the City of Houston to stop same-sex benefits

A state judge signed an order this week to stop offering insurance benefits to spouses of city employees in same-sex marriages. The decision affects the families of about 13 city workers, Reporter Sonia Azad spoke to one of those couples.

TX militia men patrolling border indicted for unlawful possession of firearms

Kevin Lyndel Massey and John Frederick Foerster have been indicted for unlawful possession of firearms, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Anonymous Bidder Pays $50k To Name Baby Giraffe

A baby giraffe, born right here at the Dallas Zoo. The only thing this little guy`s missing right now is a name. It looks like someone has paid $50,000 for those rights.

Adrian Peterson pleads no contest to misdemeanor, avoids jail

NFL star Adrian Peterson pleaded no contest Tuesday in a Texas court to one count of misdemeanor reckless assault, avoiding jail time for whipping one of his children.