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New Texas budget offer raises hopes of Friday deal
Following a week of seesaw talks and rising tensions between Republicans and Democrats over allegedly broken deals, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst said he expects the House and Senate to finally agree Friday on a new state budget that would restore $4 billion of public school funding that was cut two years ago.
NJCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: A crusher in Utah
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals were eliminated from the NJCAA National Softball Tournament by regional rival Paris on Thursday evening.
Weather with a twist
Mother Nature delivered a powerful punch Wednesday evening through a complex of super cell storms that produced tornadoes, large hail and wreaked havoc across North Texas.
NJCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: Lady Cards face Paris today
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals will square off against Paris Junior College in an elimination bracket game at the 2013 NJCAA National Tournament.
NJCAA NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: Looking to rebound
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals lost their first game of the 2013 NJCAA National Softball Tournament, 5-1, to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Wednesday afternoon.
BREAKING NEWS: Heath Ragle named head football coach, AD at Eustace ISD
The Athens Review has learned Heath Ragle has been named the next head football coach and athletic director at Eustace ISD.
Athens resident seeks your votes for 'Extreme Huntress' show contest
Athens resident Alex Brittingham has been selected as a semi-finalist in the 2014 Extreme Huntress contest.
NJCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: Lady Cards are in St. George, Utah
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals have arrived in St. George, Utah.
Drowning claims two adults; child hospitalized
Corsicana — Two adults drowned and one child was flown to a Dallas hospital by air ambulance after a boat capsized in a stock tank Saturday off Northwest County Road 1146, a few miles outside of Emhouse.
People in Kaufman work to recover after 3 slayings
KAUFMAN, Texas (AP) — The road into Kaufman slithers past a barbecue shack with a chicken head on top, coiling around a sleepy town square marked by old brick facades and the venerable county courthouse.
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