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Elena Mejia Lutz The Texas Tribune

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Texas winegrowers fear new herbicides will wipe out industry

January 2, 2017As Paul Bonarrigo watched his grapevines dwindle, he was confident that heavy-duty herbicides, probably sprayed on crops by a nearby farmer, were...

Electricity complaints filed by Texans continue to decrease, report says

Texas has received the fewest number of public complaints about electricity service since it deregulated most of its electric market was mostly deregulated in...

Texas officials want money to investigate student-teacher relationships

The Texas Education Agency — grappling with growing reports of improper student-teacher relationships — is asking state lawmakers for hundreds of thousands of additional dollars...

Texas Medical Board’s executive director announces resignation

After almost 16 years working for the Texas Medical Board, Mari Robinson announced Wednesday that she is stepping down as executive director in mid-October...

Rice says its band may have gone ‘too far’ in Baylor satire

Rice University's marching band used its halftime performance in a Friday night football game against Baylor University to mock Baylor's recent sexual assault scandal. Video uploaded...

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