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34 min ago | Dallas Morning News
An official said it was not yet clear if lagging interest from bidders will delay the August completion of the main Parkland Hospital building.
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Quite possibly the most horrifying revelations in the Chemical Safety Board's preliminary report on the West, Texas fertilizer explosion were that West Fertilizer Company, the state of Texas and McLennan County failed to implement safety measures that most of us would consider to be Fire and Hazmat Safety 101.
5 hrs ago | KTEN-TV Denison
A fired chief financial officer at a West Texas university has pleaded guilty to stealing about $40,000 in school money for his personal use.
Residents at Windsor Senior Living celebrated Earth Day by practicing horticultural therapy in their garden.
Leonel Monroy, 20, died after being taken to a hospital in Lubbock, Texas. According to an official release, Monroy, along with two other occupants, were in a four-door Cadillac that was pulled over by a female state trooper on U.S. Highway 87, just south of 82nd Street.
Abernathy's Ty Pugh signed a letter of intent Tuesday afternoon to join the West Texas A&M track team.
The 2013 fertilizer plant blast that killed 15 people and wounded another 226 in West, Texas, "should never have occurred," the chairman of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board said Tuesday.
A West Texas driver has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for striking and killing a bicyclist in a 2009 daytime wreck.
The mummified remains of a man found in a Lexington storage unit in January have been identified, and the man's daughter has been indicted for stealing his Social Security benefits.
The cost to clean a West Texas school where a student took a container of mercury he says he found has reached nearly $900,000.
At the state's technical colleges, controversial changes to the state's high school curriculum in House Bill 5 have been met with a sense of excitement - and anticipation that the shift could lead to significant expansion.
US Permian Basin pipeline capacity is slated to soon expand by about 500,000 b/d, matching growing production with takeaway capacity.
Oktoberfest at Fort Bliss will go on despite the loss of some German Air Force personnel who for more than 40 years organized the event.