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  • Boyd shines in all-star game

    Boyd shines in all-star game
    Tajh Boyd shined in the national spotlight. The Phoebus senior quarterback earned co-MVP honors, going 7-of-9 for a game-record 188 yards and three touchdowns -- in just three series -- and led the East squad to a 30-17 victory over the West in the U.S....
  • Mexico drug wars spill across the border

    The drug violence that has left nearly 4,000 people dead this year in Mexico is spreading deep into the United States, leaving a trail of slayings, kidnappings and other crimes in at least 195 cities as far afield as Atlanta, Boston, Seattle and Honolulu,...
  • Man says God ordered him to ram vehicle at 100 mph

    A man who rammed his truck into a woman's vehicle on a highway early Friday told authorities he crashed into her while going more than 100 mph because God told him "she needed to be taken off the road." The truck rear-ended the car on U.S. Highway 281,...
  • Point Defiance Beluga Whale Headed To Texas

    The only Beluga whale at Tacoma's Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium is on the move. "Beethoven" is headed to San Antonio, Texas to participate in a breeding program. Beethoven's companion, Qannik died in late March. During the summer months: California...
  • US Preparing for Full Pandemic

        Another case of swine flu has been confirmed in Texas - the third in the state and 41st in the country. Texas Department of State Health Services spokesman Doug McBride said Monday that a third student at a school near San Antonio has swine flu. The...
  • Swine Flu: North Texas Monitors Threat

    The Public Health Operation center, it's the nerve center for Dallas County health officials. They stay in contact with hospitals, schools and large employers as they track the swine flu. Dr. John Carlo says strain poses a possible threat. "The...
  • Hundreds of students miss TAKS, 17 schools closed

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - At least 17 schools have closed for the week and thousands of Texas students are missing school on an important day of standardized state tests because of swine flu fears.       The Schertz-Cibolo ISD near San Antonio closed all 14...
  • List of Texas Chrysler Dealers Targeted

    Listing by city and name Chrysler LLC filed a motion Thursday with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York saying it wants to eliminate 789 of its 3,200 dealerships nationwide by June 9. The filing lists 50 Texas dealerships. - Abilene, Arrow Ford Inc. -...
  • Family, Friends Remember Military Pioneer

    CANOGA PARK -- Friends and family are gathering to remember the life of Betty Jane "BJ" Williams today. Willams was a member of the Women's Airforce Service Pilots, WWII.  The WASP were the first women to fly U.S. military aircraft.  Between 1942 and...
  • Evacuations Begin In Texas Ahead Of Hurricane Ike

    HOUSTON - AP Officials in Texas are evacuating the most vulnerable citizens as Hurricane Ike takes aim at the Gulf Coast.       The frail and elderly are being put aboard buses as authorities warn 1 million others to head inland.       Ike is...
  • Amtrak Service Alert

    Amtrak has temporarily suspended service to and from parts of Texas for the safety of passengers, employees and equipment, in advance of the landfall of Hurricane Ike.   All passengers who have travel plans through September 13 on the affected areas on...
  • Update on Texas Preparations for Hurricane Ike

    AUSTIN - Gov. Rick Perry today ordered the continued deployment of state resources in anticipation of Hurricane Ike's landfall along the Texas coast. At the request of local officials today, the state began assisting with the evacuations of medical...