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Texas May Scrap Law Mandating Jail For Selling Unmarked CDs
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas lawmakers are moving to finally abolish a provision allowing people to face jail time for selling unlabeled CDs.
New Baylor Lawsuit Alleges Rape Video, Dog Fighting
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A new federal lawsuit against Baylor University alleges football players routinely recorded gang rapes and staged dogfights in a program that fostered sexual violence.
Straight-Ticket Voting Could Be Going Away In Texas
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas Senate has preliminarily approved a bill eliminating straight-ticket voting statewide beginning in 2020.
2 Hurt In Unrelated Incidents On Flight To Houston
HOUSTON (AP) — Two people aboard a Southwest Airlines flight from North Carolina to Houston's Hobby Airport have been treated for unrelated medical issues.
Texas House OKs Immigration Rules For Transportation Sector
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas House has voted to require contractors working for the state transportation department to increase efforts to refrain from employing people in the country illegally.
Texas State Senator Uresti Indicted On Multiple Felonies
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A federal grand jury in San Antonio has issued multiple felony fraud charges against a Texas state senator from a border district.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas’ Attorney General
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A state appeals court has temporarily halted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal case on securities fraud charges as he presses for a new judge.
East Texas Constable Pleads Guilty Over $160K In Back Taxes
TYLER, Texas (AP) — Prosecutors say a longtime East Texas constable faces up to four years in federal prison for failing to file income tax returns and owing more than $160,000.
Texas Testing Trump Administration Over Abortion Providers
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas is asking the federal government to reverse course and fund a state-run women's health program that excludes Planned Parenthood, an apparent test of the Trump administration over abortion policy.
GOP Candidate For FBI Says No Special Counsel For Inquiry
WASHINGTON (AP) — Texas Sen. John Cornyn, one of several candidates President Donald Trump is considering to replace fired FBI Director James Comey, sees no need for a special counsel to investigate possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.