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Amid 2016 speculation, Cruz takes grassroots pitch to New Hampshire

Sen. Ted Cruz wrapped up a week in the political spotlight headlining a political fundraiser Friday in New Hampshire, home to the traditional first primary contest in the race for the White House.

FBI offers $10,000 reward for information leading to the Loan Ranger Bandit

Over the past four years, the Loan Ranger Bandit has committed at least a dozen armed robberies of banks and other financial institutions in four different states.

Thousands injured by trampolines yearly

Trampolines have been a part of many Americans' childhoods for years, but that doesn't mean they're safe. One bad bounce, and it could send you flying to the hospital.

Mr. President, leave the schools alone

I like it when President Obama goes on vacation because he's playing golf with the beautiful people and not trying to get into my business. Now, he has a new idea.

Smith and Wesson recall

A warning for owners of Smith and Wesson's M&P Shield pistol made before August 19th of this year.

$2 million rodeo event coming to AT&T Stadium

Two million dollars. That will be the payoff for the The American Rodeoat AT&T Stadium on March 2. The $2 million payoff is the largest ever for a one-day rodeo.

Staubach believes in, identifies with Romo, but says he had more advantages when he played

Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach has made it clear he is a big fan of Tony Romo.

White Oak rolls over Elysian Fields in scrimmage

The Roughnecks’ first-team offense scored on all six of its possessions and the defense forced two turnovers in a 42-6 scrimmage win over Elysian Fields at Roughneck Stadium.

Texans’ Ed Reed to be evaluated by surgeon in last stage of rehab

Reed, 34, has been on the physically unable to perform list since training camp began. The Texans are attempting to have the five-time All-Pro ready in time for a Sept. 9 regular-season opener at San Diego.

Rookie TE Gavin Escobar starting to catch on with Cowboys

The Cowboys were enamored with Escobar’s receiving ability enough to make him a second-round pick.