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  • My Word: Witnessing for hope in Cuba

    I have been visiting Cuba on Roman Catholic Church-related matters for more than a decade. And in mid-August, I visited again — along with Cardinal Seán O'Malley of Boston and Bishop Oscar Cantu, auxiliary bishop of San Antonio, Texas. We met...
  • Report: Texas Highest Rate of Repeat Teen Births

    Report: Texas Highest Rate of Repeat Teen Births
    DALLAS (AP) - A new report says that Texas has the highest rate of repeat teen births of any state at 23 percent. Child Trends, a nonpartisan national research group, said in its report that among 73 major U.S. cities in 2006, the latest year for which...
  • I-45, US 75 among most-congested roads in Texas

    I-45, US 75 among most-congested roads in Texas
    The I-45/US 75 corridor through Texas accounts for 6 of the 10 most-congested roads in Texas, according to a new report from the Texas Department of Transportation. Houston gets top honors in this report. TxDot says I-45 between Beltway 8 and I-610 is...
  • Making Magic in Houston

    Over 600 Magicians and Illusionists have descended on Houston for Labor Day weekend. This year the magician's and their families are meeting up at the Omni Hotel near the Galleria. The Texas Association Of Magicians hosts the annual get-together,...
  • Sanctuary case dropped

    In an abrupt turnabout that has left some animal-rights activists perplexed, the Texas attorney general has decided to abandon the state's efforts to seize a San Antonio animal sanctuary whose operators were accused of animal cruelty and financial...
  • Officials: Refuge became prison

    The sprawling private animal sanctuary nestled in the picturesque hills above San Antonio was supposed to be a place of comfort and refuge for hundreds of chimpanzees, monkeys and other animals that had outlived their usefulness as research subjects,...
  • Primary colors

    THIS JUST IN: With Iowa caucus results still ringing in the chilly air and a nation's wary eyes turning to the New Hampshire primaries, here's a political traveler's sketch of the landscape there -- with a late-breaking update. Though this story first ran...
  • Meet the 'Top Chef: Chicago' Chef'testants

    Turn up the heat and bring on the chef'testants. "Top Chef" is heading to the Windy City. "Top Chef: Chicago," the fourth season of Bravo's popular culinary competition show, will debut on Wednesday, March 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT with a fresh crop of 16...
  • Swine Flu: North Texas Monitors Threat

    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...
  • 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...
  • 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...