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A profile of ex-student who's challenging university's affirmative action policy

The young woman at the center of the Supreme Court challenge to the University of Texas' affirmative action policy was a good high school student, an accomplished musician and a frequent volunteer, according to information released by her legal team.

VIDEO: TX woman arrested for throwing dog feces at neighbors, spitting in face

A Texas woman is facing felony charges for losing control at a neighborhood dog park in Austin. Police say the woman attacked two of her neighbors and their dogs, even throwing one of the dog's feces at its owner.

$10,000 reward offered for violent Dallas fugitive

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Larry Valdez, 42, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $10,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture.

Tx woman arrested for assaulting her neighbors with dog poop

A Texas woman is facing felony charges for losing control at a neighborhood dog park in Austin. Police say that the woman had attacked two of her neighbors and their dogs and threw dog feces at the owner.

5 TX construction workers shocked with 480-volts of electricity

Five utility workers were rushed to the hospital Thursday after they were shocked at a Houston construction site. The crew was working on an electrical vault when it caught fire and shocked them.

VIDEO: TX nuns rooting on the Spurs

It all comes down to Thursday night. The San Antonio Spurs take on the Miami Heat in game seven of the NBC Finals. A group of unlikely Spurs fans are calling on a higher power to help them win.

TX officer shoots dog after warrant

A Texas family is demanding action after they say a police officer shot their dog while trying to serve a warrant.

After blast, Texas to unveil database of hazardous chemicals

With the deadly fertilizer plant explosions in the city of West on its mind, Texas will develop an online database that will allow residents to view local facilities that hold hazardous materials.

TX residents raising stink over human waste fertilizer

A fight over recycled human waste being used as fertilizer is causing more than a stink in Texas. It's pitting farmers against homeowners worried about their property values.