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Palin jumps on Cruz bandwagon in Texas

Sarah Palin threw her voice into the Texas Republican Senate race on Thursday, endorsing tea party favorite Ted Cruz less than three weeks before the state's primary.

ESPN GameDay vote down to final hours; Aggies, Huskers in dead heat

UNDATED — Texas A&M fans are doing their best to hold onto a slipping lead in ESPN's GameDay commercial contest Thursday night.

Sarah Palin endorses Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate

AUSTIN — Just four days before the start of early voting in the Texas Senate primary, the Ted Cruz campaign announced the endorsement of Governor Sarah Palin and her husband Todd Palin.

Earthquake shakes ETX

An earthquake measuring 3.9 shook parts of East Texas this morning, according to the National Weather Service. They say it happened just southeast of Garrison at around 10:30 a.m.

Hatchet-wielding woman chases two people in Bossier City road rage incident

Bossier City — A Shreveport woman was arrested Tuesday following a road rage incident in which she chased two people with a hatchet.

Texarkana inmate beating President Obama in 8 West Virginia counties

West Virginia — An incarcerated 53-year-old man is beating President Barack Obama in eight West Virginia counties in the state's Democratic Presidential Primary Tuesday, according to the latest figures from the West Virginia secretary

Hatchet-wielding woman chases two people in Bossier City road rage incident

A Shreveport woman was arrested Tuesday following a road rage incident in which she chased two people with a hatchet.

Texarkana inmate beating President Obama in 8 West Virginia counties

West Virginia — An incarcerated 53-year-old man is beating President Barack Obama in eight West Virginia counties in the state's Democratic Presidential Primary Tuesday, according to the latest figures from the West Virginia secretary

District Court: Voter ID Unlikely for 2012

TEXAS — The Texas attorney general’s office issued a statement in response to today’s court order and scheduling guidelines in the state’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice over the voter ID bill.

District Court: Voter ID Unlikely for 2012

TEXAS — The Texas attorney general’s office issued a statement in response to today’s court order and scheduling guidelines in the state’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice over the voter ID bill.