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Initial reports were that four school bus passengers had serious injuries and the rest had non-life threatening injuries.
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Commission officials say the Amarillo area had the lowest February jobless rate in Texas at 3.6 percent.
The Texas Alliance for Health Care, a group of healthcare providers and workers, plans to visit state lawmakers Friday.
Charter Communications is opening a new call center in McAllen and hiring 600 workers there.
Texas is home to 32 bat species, which control insect populations and help with crop pollination.
According to court documents, the victim was able to pry one of the chain links apart and escape the apartment where she was being held.
The program, established in 2015, gives $118 million a year to Texas school districts for Pre-K.
No one was hurt during the five hour incident.
The story is the basis for reports shared by other websites, including washingtonfeed.com and uconservative.net.
In December, protests erupted over a white nationalist giving a speech at the university.
She was discovered by a farmer when she hopped from a coal train after running out of Skittles.
Lockheed Martin Greenville spokeswoman Leslie Farmer says the last F-16 in Texas should be complete in September.
City council will decide on four routes that offer service within Round Rock and a direct route to downtown Austin.
They’re building transitional homes in the Hill Country for foster children who turn 18.
It is House versus Senate at the State Capitol, in a debate over how to fill the budget gap, with road money or the Rainy Day Fund.
Amy Smith, the school’s vice president of marketing and communications, firmly denied that allegation.
State Sen. Donna Campbell, an emergency room physician, was also invited to attend the panel.
It’s been 14 years since lawmakers had a direct say over how much universities could charge for tuition. That could change this year.