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Gallery Furniture is taking up essential donations requested by the Red Cross in Waco, and providing the manpower and trucks to deliver the items. Donations can be made Thursday, April 18, until 10 pm, and throughout the weekend.
J. Werner
Texans Commit to Ending Sexual Violence in our State The Montgomery County Women's Center joins rape crisis centers across the state to promote awareness and encourage support of April being recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Liz Grimm, APR
Civil commitment sex offender escapes Houston facility. The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added John Michael Enard, 58, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender list, and a $3,000 cash reward is now offered for information leading to his capture.
Department of Public Safety
Book set to release May 12 Everyone - and everything - has a story. Event plants.
Jessica Fraser
More than three centuries ago Franciscan priests brought grapevines from Mexico and planted the first North American vineyard at Ysleta, perhaps the oldest town in Texas, along the Rio Grande near present-day El Paso.
Throughout our great state country doctors serve some of Texas’ most hard to reach citizens – often traveling hundreds of miles to make house calls.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn
As we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr., we should also pause to remember one of Texas’ most accomplished civil rights activists, Barbara Charline Jordan.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn
In Texas, when a problem arises, we don’t wait for someone else to fix it, we tackle it.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn
At Thanks-Giving Square in downtown Dallas, in houses of worship, and in community kitchens and family tables across the state, Texans heartily observe our national holiday.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn
Texas is the second most biologically diverse state in the nation, with hundreds of species of animals and plants who call our state home.
Gov. Rick Perry has extended the Hurricane Ike disaster declaration through Nov. 6 for 90 Texas counties, including Montgomery County.
Abel Head Pierce was one of the almost larger-than-life personalities from the early years of Texas.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is warning Texans about a new telephone scam in which identity thieves are attempting to steal from bank customers.
U.S. Border Patrol agents from the El Paso sector arrested a Mexican National in Albuquerque after getting information from Mexican authorities of the possibility that a fugitive wanted for murder may have absconded to New Mexico.
Scammers Taking Advantage of New Federal Economic Stimulus Package The Texas Attorney General, Greg Abott, is warning Texans of a scam that has emerged in connection with the proposed federal economic stimulus package.