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Trump Rallies Supporters in Texas

VOA News By Patsy Widakuswara DALLAS, TEXAS – U.S. President Donald Trump was in Texas Thursday, where he held a campaign rally in the city of Dallas to drum up support in a state that until recently could be counted on to vote Republican. In front of an enthusiastic crowd, Trump boasted about the U.S. brokered […]Load more...

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Texas Students Now Can Bring Guns to College Classrooms

VOA News Certain licensed gun holders are now allowed to carry concealed handguns into Texas’ public college classrooms after a new law went into effect on Monday. Supporters of the controversial measure say it can help prevent mass shootings, while critics claim it could endanger safety on school campuses. The «campus carry» law, pushed by […]Load more...

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At Least 16 Die in Crash of Hot Air Balloon

VOA News At least 16 people were killed early Saturday morning in the crash of a hot air balloon in Texas, officials said. A spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said the balloon caught fire during its flight and crashed into a pasture, killing all aboard. Local authorities were trying to confirm the identities of […]Load more...

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Tiroteos en Texas dejan un muerto y cuatro heridos

VOA News Una persona ha muerto y cuatro han resultado heridas en varios tiroteos registrados en el centro de Austin, en el estado de Texas. En su cuenta de Twitter, la corporación policial llamaba a la población a mantenerse alejada del centro de esa ciudad. Una mujer de unos 30 años falleció a consecuencia de […]Load more...

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Texas Starts 2016 With New Open Carry Law

VOA News January 02, 2016 The southwestern U.S. state of Texas on Friday celebrated its new law that allows people to openly carry handguns. The law allows licensed Texans for the first time since 1871 to carry a holstered pistol in public. The open carry law passed in the Republican-dominated 2015 legislative session. Supporters of […]Load more...

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Severe Weather Batters Americas

Lou Lorscheider Last updated on: December 28, 2015 Violent weekend weather battered large swaths of the southern and central United States, leaving at least 43 people dead. Tornadoes killed at least 11 people in Texas as other areas of the country braced for potentially crippling winter storms and flash flooding. One of several tornadoes that […]Load more...

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2nd Texas Nurse With Ebola Had Flown to Ohio

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the second U.S. health care worker to contract the deadly Ebola virus took a Frontier Airlines flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to a Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, airport on Monday, October 13. The health worker was identified as Amber Vinson, 29, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Officials said Vinson […]Load more...