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  1. Three Time Felon Jailed In McKinney Fraud SchemeRead the original story

    Monday | The Family Badge

    Eckenrode's other convictions were in 2003. In January, he pleaded guilty to misapplication of fiduciary property or property of a financial institution.


  2. Paxton Asks Supreme Court to Reject Abortion CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Texas Tribune

    Texas attorney general Ken Paxton on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to turn away a legal challenge to the state's abortion restrictions filed by a coalition of abortion providers. The abortion providers appealed to the high court almost a month ago, and justices have not yet decided whether to hear the case.


  3. Editorial: Billions more from BPRead the original story

    Monday | Anniston Star

    Every penny of BP's money can't totally restore Alabama's coast line, its coastal ecology and its trust in big business. In the southernmost part of our state, life will never, ever be as it was prior to 2010.


  4. Erick Erickson names successor for RedState exitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Hill

    "I am leaving at the end of the year," Erickson continued. "To be perfectly candid, I want to own my own site again, do my own thing and experiment with the integration of radio and the web and advertising in my own way.


  5. Fix to uninsured drivers starts with limiting unreasonable penaltiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Austin American-Statesman

    Nicole DeAngelis' car sustained about $5,000 in damage after she was hit returning from the airport. She's still trying to recover the money for the damage by the uninsured driver.


  6. AT&T cuts from Houston call centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Houston Chronicle

    AT&T will cut 201 jobs at a Houston call center in response to a "reduction in workload," the company said in a letter to the Texas Workforce Commission . Layoffs at the 3900 Dacoma credit and collections office will be finalized by Nov. 21, the letter said, adding that affected employees could be hired elsewhere in the company, leave with severance or voluntarily retire.


  7. Get Yourself RegisteredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BurkaBlog

    Though BurkaBlog readers and commenters range across the ideological spectrum, they share a common interest in Texas politics. That being the case, they may not need the following reminder: today is the last day to register to vote if you want to take part in the November 3rd election.


  8. 5 parks closing; others, including Cheaha Lodge & Restaurant, reducing staff, hoursRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Anniston Star

    Five state parks will close and several will reduce staffing and hours of operation under the Alabama Parks System's new contingency plan that will go into effect Thursday, Oct. 1 The plan, announced today in a press release, is a result of the legislative budget cuts for fiscal 2015-16. "It is with great disappointment that we have to make this announcement today," said Gunter Guy, commissioner of Alabama's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.


  9. Denison denied grant from TxDOT; Katy Trail Project still moving forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 18 | KXII-TV Sherman

    The Texas Department of Transportation denied the city a multi-million dollar grant to fund the project, but the city is still moving forward anyway. "I don't think there was any deficiencies in our application," said Assistant Public Works Director Kyle Hockersmith.


  10. Texas Department of Transportation schedules public meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Gilmer Mirror

    The Texas Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting for Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. to receive comments on the November 2016 updates to the 2016 Unified Transportation Program . You may participate in this meeting via WebEx or in person at your local TxDOT District Office.


  11. Texas launches a new Internet marketplace for state employeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Internet Retailer

    B2B e-commerce is larger than retail e-commerce in transaction volume. Read key data on industry sales, trends in marketing and web content, technology investment, and more.


  12. CityMAP planners envision future of downtown Dallas' aging highwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Dallas Morning News

    Since its 2012 opening, Klyde Warren Park, the open space built on a deck atop a highway canyon, has changed opinions near and far about a city not typically known for public planning prowess. Peter Park stood in the southeast corner of Klyde Warren Park this spring with Congress for the New Urbanism conference attendees, looking at what has quickly become known as Dallas' landmark urban design breakthrough.


  13. Republican General Red Brown kicks-off campaign for Texas Senate District 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KYTX-TV News

    Aggie, Tyler small businessman, former School Board president and veteran who has served our state and country as a Major General in the U.S. Army, James "Red" Brown kicked-off his campaign for State Senate today with a series of local meetings and events. General Brown announced he will shake-up the status quo and bring hands-on, East Texas experience to set priorities and change how state government works.


  14. Oceans Cool the Earth More Than RealizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Heartland Institute

    New research has emerged showing the world's oceans are cooling the planet by emitting vast amounts of volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere. These VOCs are not presently accounted for by climate models and may explain in part or in whole the growing gap between the temperatures predicted by the models and those actually measured by satellites, weather balloons, and surface temperature stations.


  15. Valero, BASF, Total protest in 'ongoing' property tax battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Valero has settled a five-year-old property value lawsuit against the Jefferson County Appraisal District.


  16. Vote Yes on Texas Prop 6 : Constitutional Right to Hunt & FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AmmoLand

    Amendments may be proposed by a two-thirds majority vote in both chambers of the Legislature. Only then may a change be proposed on the ballot for the voters' decision.


  17. Hillsboro Home To First MLK Highway In TexasRead the original story

    Monday | Hillsboro Reporter

    Hillsboro is now home to the first Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Highway in the state of Texas. Texas Department of Transportation crews were in Hillsboro Wednesday, September 30, to install two signs designating a section of Corsicana Highway to honor Dr. King.


  18. Officials consider new railroad routes to cross over Neches RiverRead the original story

    Monday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    A freight train makes its way through downtown Beaumont along the tracks running between College and Franklin Streets and bound for its Neches River crossing.


  19. The Donald does policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Baltimore Sun

    Having thoroughly intimidated the rest of the Republican Party's 2016 presidential field and won a goodly number of its voters' hearts with his tough-guy persona, Donald Trump has decided to tackle their minds. He has rolled out a plan for economic growth that professes to offer his vision of nirvana while lining the pockets of everyone from the man on Main Street to his fellow wheeler-dealers on Wall Street and in real estate.


  20. Red River Rivalry: Why Oklahoma hates TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NewsOK.com

    Gov. George Nigh peered out the window of his airplane following a barbecue his Texas counterpart had thrown on the south side of Lake Texoma in the early 1980s. The barbecue was a pay off on the traditional wager the two governors made on the OU-Texas football game.