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Fifth person in Texas dies of West Nile virus

Health officials say a fifth person has died in Texas this year after contracting the West Nile virus, with two victims in the Dallas area.

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Spate of violence prompts crackdown by El Paso police

A surge in violence in parts of El Paso prompted a crackdown by police that has led to more than 100 arrests over a two-week period.

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Texas Attorney General Paxton pleads not guilty to fraud

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton pleads not guilty in the initial hearing on his securities fraud case on Thursday in Fort Worth and tells the judge he's looking for a new lawyer.

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Texas says Medicaid cuts still coming, surprising opponents

Texas health officials say they will still implement a $350 million cut in Medicaid payments for therapy services -- surprising opponents who thought they walked out of a courtroom with a victory.

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Amazon Prime Now expands; Oscar Mayer recalls turkey bacon; Dallas-Houston high-speed rail route decided

Amazon’s one-hour delivery service, Prime Now, is expanding to new markets, including the retailer’s hometown of Seattle and three other cities in Washington State.

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Houston-area man on Texas Most Wanted list caught in Florida

A Houston-area convicted felon on the Texas Department of Public Safety 10 Most Wanted list has been captured in Florida.

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Texas to target illegal alcohol sales in college towns

Texas alcohol regulators will target communities with major colleges and universities in a crackdown on illegal sales to underage drinkers.

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Border Patrol agent in Texas stole grandmother's benefits

A Border Patrol supervisor in South Texas faces up to 10 years in prison for stealing his late grandmother's Social Security benefits.

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Officials confirm Dallas resident died of West Nile virus

Health officials say a Dallas resident who contracted the West Nile virus has died.

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Texas police say man 'obsessed' with woman, corpse missing

San Antonio police trying to find a woman's corpse stolen from a casket say a man "obsessed" with her was the last to leave her funeral.

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