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Jan 29, 2015

US Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie Chicken

US Senate Rejects Amendment on Lesser Prairie Chicken

The U.S. Senate has rejected an amendment by Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas that would have removed the lesser prairie chicken from the federal government's threatened species act.

Jan 15, 2015

Skunks Now Target of Texas' Rabies Vaccine Air Drops

Skunks Now Target of Texas' Rabies Vaccine Air Drops

Skunks are now the main target in a vaccine bait air-drop program credited with eliminating rabies strains that infect coyotes and gray foxes in Texas, state health officials said Thursday.

Dec 28, 2014

Water Conservation Important to Texas This Year

Water Conservation Important to Texas This Year

Texas Agrilife Program Specialist Dotty Woodson discusses why one New Year's resolution we should all consider is saving water by using water as efficiently as possible.

Dec 24, 2014

Waco Completes Chisholm Trail Sculpture

Waco Completes Chisholm Trail Sculpture

Waco workers have installed the final pieces of a bronze tribute to cowboys and cattle, completing an eight-year, $1.65 million project.

Dec 23, 2014

TPWD Unveils New $5M Helicopter

TPWD Unveils New $5M Helicopter

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department has a new $5 million high-tech helicopter with better capabilities to transport personnel and search dogs.

Dec 22, 2014

State Parks Draw New Year's Hikers, Visitors

State Parks Draw New Year's Hikers, Visitors

Texas Parks & Wildlife Department officials expect hundreds of New Year's Day hikers at state parks as a healthy way to start the new year.

Dec 20, 2014

Tum Tum Among New Names for Live Oaks

Tum Tum Among New Names for Live Oaks

Tum Tum, Brother Joseph, God's Wonder, and Shady Eden are among the newest members of a national registry of grand, gnarly live oaks -- evergreen oaks found around the South and in California.

Dec 5, 2014

Texas Game Warden Frees 2 Tangled Deer

Texas Game Warden Frees 2 Tangled Deer

A Central Texas game warden cuts two deer lose whose antlers became tangled in rope around a clothesline pole.

Nov 13, 2014

Deer Population Growing in Parts of Texas

Deer Population Growing in Parts of Texas

Norm Lavelle loves the deer that he feeds -- even the big buck that could have killed him.

Nov 6, 2014

Nest Successfully Moved to Protect Bald Eagles

Nest Successfully Moved to Protect Bald Eagles

A couple of bald eagles came back home to Seagoville only to find their nest had been relocated while they were gone for the summer. The birds initially built their home on a transmission tower that was...

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WATCH LIVE: Seahawks Lead 24-14 in Third Quarter

WATCH LIVE: Seahawks Lead 24-14 in Third Quarter

Seattle scored 17 unanswered points spanning the second and third quarter to take control of Super Bowl XLIX.

Dallas High Rise Building Demolished In Seconds

Dallas High Rise Building Demolished In Seconds

A building demolition set for Super Bowl Sunday closed North Central Expressway and nearby roads.

Ennis Police Open Fire on Suspect

Ennis Police Open Fire on Suspect

Police in the Ellis County community of Ennis shoot a person they say wouldn't comply with their commands.

Charles Haley and Tim Brown in Hall of Fame

Charles Haley and Tim Brown in Hall of Fame

Dallas native Tim Brown & former Cowboys player Charles Haley have been elected to the 2015 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Mayor Furious With Firm's FWPD Shooting Questions

Mayor Furious With Firm's FWPD Shooting Questions

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price is demanding answers from the city’s contracted insurance company after she said a representative asked insensitive questions at the hospital.

DeMarco Murray Wins NFL Offensive Player of Year

DeMarco Murray Wins NFL Offensive Player of Year

Cowboys RB Murray runs off with Offensive Player