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Aggies, Sooner slated for 77th AT&T Cotton Bowl

Johnny “Football” Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies are coming to Cowboys Stadium to face Landry Jones and the Oklahoma Sooners in a battle of top-ranked teams in the 77th AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.

Cowboys Beat Eagles 38-33

The Cowboys were able to rally in the fourth quarter and down the Eagles Sunday at Cowboys Stadium. Read more at MySa.com  

Texans Lock Up Playoff Berth

Playing with a Super Bowl-or-bust mentality since the first day of training camp, the 11-1 Texans used six sacks, six forced turnovers and a pair of early Matt Schaub touchdown passes to win their sixth in a row, the second most in the team&rsq

Man wanted in Dallas shooting may be in Hawkins area

A man wanted for a Dallas shooting may be in the Hawkins area.

Man wanted in Dallas shooting may be in Wood County

A man wanted for a Dallas shooting may be in the Wood County area.

Luby's to acquire Cheeseburger in Paradise chain

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Houston-based Luby's has agreed to acquire Paradise Restaurant Group, operators of Cheeseburger in Paradise, a restaurant and bar concept developed in collaboration with musician Jimmy Buffett.

Study says Houston is North America's fastest-growing economy

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; The fastest-growing economies are in the developing world, a new study from the Brookings Institution says.

Polygamist diary describes secret bed used for sex assaults

In thousands of pages of what he called his “priesthood records,” convicted polygamist leader Warren Jeffs gave detailed instructions to his followers on how they were to relocate and build a secret compound in West Texas, directing

Cowboys are getting off to a slow start, having been outscored 134-73 in the first half

The Cowboys have been sluggish starters. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has more.

ACLU issues letter defending woman's right to 'middle finger light display'

Sarah Henderson was told by police to remove Christmas lights in the shape of a middle finger, and fined after complaints from neighbors. However, the American Civil Liberties Union says she had every right to put them up.