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Joy Sixtos, daughter of Frank and Minnie Sixtos of Yorktown, graduated May 3 from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie.
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As many students are studying for finals and finishing up school projects, a North Texas Boy Scout unveiled a moving memorial for two fallen DPS troopers, which now sits in a permanent place outside the DPS office.
Lead House budget negotiator Rep. Jim Pitts teased with reporters late Monday on whether his agreement to hear a pet Senate measure in committee signals a possible breakthrough in talks to wrap up the session's remaining money disagreements and avoid a special session.
Texas lawmakers Monday tentatively approved restoring the state cancer-fighting institute's funding, a sign the beleaguered agency has survived the heated rebukes and threats that marked much of the session.
Rep. Jim Pitts R-Waxahachie, chair of the House Committee on Appropriations, listens to Rep.
Law enforcement officers from North Texas and across the country will be remembered tonight at a candlelight vigil in Washington D.C. This is National Police Week and the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial contains the names law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
Rep. Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie speaks with Rep. Todd Hunter R-Corpus Christi and Rep.
On October 3, 2011, fire and explosions rocked a chemical plant in Waxahachie. The images are hard to forget; a river of flames washed out of the burning Magnablend chemical blending plant.
Texas budget writers can't dip into the state's savings account unless they either get voter approval or vote to ignore a state constitutional limit on spending, Attorney General Greg Abbott wrote in an opinion letter made public Thursday.
What a show! Ryan High's Dakota Ratliff and Plano Senior's Cameron Wenrich to head to NY as DSM High School Musical Theatre Awards best actress and actor winners At 4'9", Dakota Ratliff "loves being short," she says, because "It doesn't limit me on stage and I like surprising people." The 17-year-old Ryan High School senior with the big voice ... (more)
Statte Rep. John Otto, R-Dayton, explains an education funding amendment to SB 1 while House sponsor Chairman Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie, talks with state Rep.