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  • Request made to move WilCo Rebel Monument Confederate memorials

  • WilCo DA says criminal justice system failed in Greg Kelley case

  • Baylor University hit with another Title IX lawsuit

Texas News

  • Two teens missing after forbidden to date

  • Son of Fallen HPD officer gets "Sea of Blue" escort for first day of Kindergarten

  • Man charged for trying to destroy or damage Houston monument

  • KKK recruitment card found on windshield in Shepherd

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  • Greg Kelley released from Williamson County Jail

  • University of Texas removes Confederate statues

  • San Marcos police search for child sex assault suspect

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  • Pflugerville residents talk race relations

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  • POST-RALLY CHAOS: 4 arrested as protests outside Trump rally turn violent

  • No pardon for Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, but Trump appears to hint at future pardon

  • PRESIDENTIAL VISIT: President Trump, VP Pence appear at planned Downtown Phoenix rally

  • ESPN pulls announcer from game because he has Confederate general's name

Strange News

  • Michael Williams is accused of making two calls and threatening mass shootings and bomb threats. Police said he made both calls to his own employer so he wouldn't have to work.

    Pontiac man accused of calling in bomb, mass shooting threats so work would be cancelled

  • German police seize thousands of 'Trump' ecstasy tablets

  • New app freezes your kid's phone until they answer your messages

  • Local firefighter catches 409-pound grouper

Entertainment News

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  • Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats are here just in time for fall

  • Could a statue of Missy Elliott replace a confederate monument?

  • Bonnie Tyler sings 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' during eclipse

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  • Nonprofit brings video game therapy to sick kids

  • Through kind visit, Vietnam vet with dementia accepts end to Vietnam

  • Mom shares her daughter's death from opioids as a warning for others

Good Day Austin

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  • Guidelines to treat high blood pressure

Sporting News

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  • NAACP calling for boycott of NFL, Atlanta Falcons

  • Lawyer: Baylor settles with woman who said rape was ignored

  • Raiders' Marshawn Lynch takes a seat for National Anthem in pre-season opener

Political News

  • No pardon for Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, but Trump appears to hint at future pardon

  • FOX 7 Discussion: Trump's Afghanistan plan

  • President Trump addresses immigration reform in Arizona

  • House Speaker Paul Ryan won't support censure of Trump

More Texas News

  • Police: 2-month-old boy killed by family dog in Houston

  • Evacuations underway near Rice University neighborhood after FBI raid

  • Houston police say baby boy fatally mauled by family dog

  • Man arrested after 23 immigrants found in semi near El Paso


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