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  1. Ky Senate Votes To Ban Sale Of Fetal TissueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | WLEX-TV Lexington

    The Kentucky Senate voted Wednesday to ban the sale of fetal body parts, the latest reaction to undercover Planned Parenthood videos in Texas that led to a grand jury indictment of two anti-abortion activists. Republican state Sen. Max Wise, who wrote Kentucky's bill, criticized the grand jury's decision and said the bill would protect the state from the "cold-hearted trading of body parts for money."


  2. MoreRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Seguin Daily News

    There are a great many things going on in the city of Seguin these days. Street and sidewalk projects, retail expansion, and infrastructure improvements are evident all over town.


  3. Texas funds biotechnology centerRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Mount Vernon Optic-Herald

    Texas Emerging Technology Fund will provide a $3 million grant to create the Center for Cell and Organ Biotechnology.


  4. Romano: Why Florida believes everything is better in TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | St. Petersburg Times

    The problem with Florida is not that its politicians are obsessed with whacked-out policies and brain-dead conspiracies. It's that they're obsessed with Texas politicians.


  5. EDITORIAL: More RGV agricultural inspectors coming soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | TheMonitor.com

    Moving produce and agricultural products across our international bridges more quickly has been a concern for years expressed by lawmakers and business leaders from both sides of the Rio Grande. Therefore we are happy to learn about a $652,500 grant that should substantially reduce wait times at ports between Texas and Mexico.


  6. The most interesting statewide primary is for the Court of Criminal AppealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Off the Kuff

    When the first Republican ever elected to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals decided in 2013 to switch parties after 20 years on the bench, the move made national news. Now as the only Democratic statewide official in Texas, Judge Larry Meyers is anticipating a losing battle.


  7. Pavia Systems Hosts 300 Transportation Professionals for Webinar...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Freshnews

    E-Construction is the collection, review, approval and distribution of highway construction contract documents in a paperless environment. The first of the virtual webinar series garnered interest from 300 transportation professionals, including representatives from 28 state departments of transportation including MnDOT, CaDOT, SCDOT, MassDOT, DDOT, MDOT, VDOT, NYSDOT, NJDOT, ODOT, TxDOT, WsDOT, PennDOT, NDOT, ADOT, KDOT, CtDOT, AlaskaDOT, NDDOT, WisDOT, IdDOT, OHDOT, HDOT, FDOT, WYDOT, CDOT, VDOT and NMDOT.


  8. Houston Mayor Nails Real Transportation Needs of Cities in TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Dallas Observer

    Fine, talk about Iowa all day, I don't care, it's a free country, but let me tell you something: All of that huge split they're talking about today in the country's presidential politics - I think of it as the gulf between the wacko, extremist, nut-ball, ignorant people and the people who agree totally with me - is right here on the ground in our own city. You just have to scratch harder to see it here.


  9. Seven 2017 Texas-Sized TrucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Dallas Observer

    Texans love their 4x4s. In fact, nearly one in every four passenger vehicles registered in Texas is equipped with four-wheel drive, according to the state's Department of Transportation.


  10. Stockpile Reports Announces Advanced Bin and Bunker Measurement...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | PRWeb

    Stockpiles stored in bunkers can now be accurately measured using an iPhone and drone. Report results are available in hours.


  11. Judson Campaign leaders demand an apology from San Antonio Express-News and Speaker Joe StrausRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | WebWire

    Rabbinical leader says: Jewish Speaker should know better than to allow anti-Semitic, anti-Christian rhetoric to enter campaign for Texas House 'When someone is allowed to call a political opponent an anti-Semite and a bigot without fact, it minimizes the very real anti-Semitism that exists in the world today,' added Trepp Today, two Jewish leaders affiliated with the Jeff Judson for State Representative campaign called on Joe Straus to disavow last week's front page story by reporter Brian Chasnoff which insinuated that Jeff Judson was 'anti-Semitic' simply because he asked his fellow Texans of faith to join him in support for legislation which died last session in the Straus-controlled Texas House of Representatives that would have protected Texans' religious freedoms.


  12. Downsizin...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Waco Tribune-Herald

    Regional planners this week are seeking public comment into the long-term future of the U.S. Business 77 corridor, which could include downsizing the road to reflect declining traffic volumes. The Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization has scheduled several public input sessions Monday through Thursday at various locations as part of a study by Freese and Nichols that will guide transportation planners during the next 25 years.


  13. Indicted Texas attorney general denied approval to use donorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Texarkana Gazette

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, right, looks at one of the special prosecutors during a pretrial motion hearing on Dec. 1, 2015, at the Collin County courthouse in McKinney, Texas. Paxton, who says he won't resign despite criminal charges of defrauding investors and a separate investigation into a profitable land deal, won't be allowed to let political donors pay for his defense, state ethics regulators said Monday.


  14. White House race off to robust startRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Wave

    Had we taken at face value the Iowa poll released "just hours before caucusing" began, according to CNN, we just might have been persuaded that Donald Trump actually was ahead of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and that Bernie Sanders actually enjoyed a "very narrow edge" over Hillary Clinton. As it turned out, Mr. Trump, the billionaire reality show personality, was clearly bested by Sen. Cruz.


  15. TxDOT announces Tuesday lane closuresRead the original story

    Monday Feb 1 | Fort Bend Sun

    The Texas Department of Transportation's lane closures for Tuesday February 2nd, have been updated and are ready for viewing and/or printing at the following website address: You may access either the complete or an abbreviated report by clicking on the link at the beginning of the report.


  16. Ted Cruz Thanks His Extremist Media Endorsers During Iowa Victory SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Media Matters for America

    TED CRUZ : And let me say our leadership team, our Iowa state chairman, Matt Shultz, what an extraordinary job. You have done organizing a grass roots army, and let me say to our Iowa state director, Brian English, what an amazing job Brian has done.


  17. 9-Month Construction Along FM 70, Expect DelaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | KIII

    The Texas Department of Transportation is working to improve a five-mile stretch of road along FM 70, one mile west of County Road 67 to County Road 75, and some traffic delays are expected. Workers will be widening the road, adding passing lanes and creating a left turn lane for the eastbound lane near FM 892 and Country Road 73-A.


  18. East Texan among hundreds of out-of-state help for Ted CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | KLTV Tyler

    "We have now been to all 99 counties in the great state of Iowa," Cruz told the crowd in Jefferson, Iowa, Monday. "On the ground, it feels like the U.S. Senate race in Texas.


  19. Columbia shuttle tragedy marks Sabine County townRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this Feb. 1, 2003 file photo, debris from the space shuttle Columbia streaks across the sky over Tyler, Texas.


  20. Veteran advocates push for legislative action on servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Indianapolis Business News

    Gov. Mike Pence's focus on a plan to certify veteran-owned businesses isn't enough response to reports that Indiana is lacking in services for former members of the military, four of the state's largest veterans' organizations said Friday.