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BREAKING: Perry signs abortion bill into law

Texas Governor Rick Perry signed the controversial abortion bill on Thursday, that gained widespread attention and spurred large protests in the Lone Star State's capital.

Despite hot start, Mavs fall to 1-2 in summer-league play

After suffering an 86-80 defeat Sunday to Charlotte, the Mavericks (1-2) dropped their second straight outing with an 82-75 loss to end pre-tournament play.

Manziel: I ‘overslept’ at Manning camp

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, said he overslept at the Manning Passing Academy last weekend, and that’s why it was a “mutual decision” he left the prestigious gathering early las

TX most wanted fugitive captured in El Campo

Robert Allen Kotlar, 54, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive, is now in custody after being arrested on Friday in El Campo, Texas. Kotlar has an extensive criminal history, and was recently wanted for parole violation.

Manziel pleads guilty on charges of failing to identify himself

With the SEC Media Days set to start on Tuesday in Hoover, Ala., the Johnny Manziel news keeps rolling in.

Perry defends strict abortion law in Texas

The bill placing new curbs on abortion that passed the Texas legislature last week isn't anti-women, Gov. Rick Perry argued Sunday.

Attorney General Greg Abbott launches campaign for governor

Declaring that he both literally and figuratively has a spine of steel, Attorney General Greg Abbott announced his candidacy for governor Sunday.

West Nile Virus Fast Facts

West Nile virus is an illness spread by infected mosquitoes. More than 1,400 people have died of West Nile virus in the U.S., since it was first detected in New York City in 1999.

Saturday night shooting leaves one officer dead

Killeen Police Department received a 911 call at 11:40 p.m. last night about a man causing a disturbance in the pool area of the Grandon Manor Apartments in the 1600 block of Grandon Drive.

Illinois governor jabs Perry's 'favorite subject'

Roommates can be the worst. Take it from Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, who on Sunday relayed his experience bunking with Gov. Rick Perry of Texas.