Monday Dec 2
Democrats Hope Third Time is Charming
For the third time in a row, Texas Democrats are staking their hopes for a win in the lieutenant governor's race on a Latina, betting this time that the political environment will favor San Antonio's Leticia Van de Putte.
Democrats Hope the Third Time is Charming
State Sen. Leticia Van de Putte announcing her run for lieutenant governor at San Antonio College on Nov. 23, 2013.
Families Dealing With Severe Bullying, Threats
Around the kitchen table inside Karin Spraberry West's home in Alvarado a group of mom's are in deep discussion.
Two Adults, Two Children Hurt In Johnson County Fire
A family of four, including two children, was seriously hurt Tuesday night after fire swept through their recreational vehicle outside Alvarado, officials said.
Transmission tower testing center opens in Texas
Sabre Industries Inc. and Brametal opened a new transmission tower testing facility that the company developed with, dubbed Sabre/Brametal Testing Services.
Sabre Industries Celebrates Grand Opening for Sabre/Brametal Testing Services, LLC in Alvarado, TX
Sabre Industries, Inc. celebrated a grand opening today for their new testing facility, Sabre/Brametal Testing Services, LLC. Developed with Brametal's extensive testing experience, this new facility is the result of Sabre's joint venture with Brametal, S.A. A subsidiary of Hollmore Participacoes E Investimentos S.A, Brametal is a Brazilian company ... (more)
TX-Gov: As Governor, Wendy Davis (D) Pledges To Fight For Texas Veterans
Texas is home to more than 1.6 million military veterans -- men and women who served this nation with courage and bravery to protect the freedoms we all cherish.
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Rhino horns: a) increase potency; b) cure cancer; or c) bring a prison term
NEW YORK>> The SUV pulled up outside an RV park in Alvarado, Texas, where a homeless man was hanging around, waiting for work doing odd jobs.
District Realignment Numbers Turned In
It happens in October every other year and then school officials and coaches wait until the first of February to see what the University Interscholastic League will bring.