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Legendary designer Oscar de la Renta has diedLegendary designer Oscar de la Renta has diedHe was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.
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SWAT standoff ends in suicideSWAT standoff ends in suicideThe Austin Police Department said a SWAT standoff in Central East Austin ended in a man's suicide Monday.
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TCSO: Man's body recovered at Pace Bend ParkTCSO: Man's body recovered at Pace Bend ParkThe Travis County Sheriff's Office said they found the body of a man who went missing after he went underwater and never came back up Monday afternoon.
- 4 hours, 33 minutes ago
Despite council vote, settlement in police shooting not finalDespite council vote, settlement in police shooting not finalDespite council vote, settlement in police shooting not final
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Travis County early voting locationsTravis County early voting locationsEarly voting locations
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Tech Tuesday: Out "standing" smartphone dealTech Tuesday: Out "standing" smartphone dealAt 75% off, this is our favorite tech accessory steal today.
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San Marcos CISD to station employees at campus entrancesSan Marcos CISD to station employees at campus entrancesThere was noticeable changes for San Marcos CISD schools Monday.
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Self-sufficient couple has lived off land for 61 yearsSelf-sufficient couple has lived off land for 61 yearsFor this Colorado couple, a honeymoon spent camping turned into a life of farming. For 61 years, this couple has led life as homesteaders, tending to their 240-acre ranch.
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Utah mom accused of killing 6 babies appears in courtUtah mom accused of killing 6 babies appears in courtA Utah woman accused of killing six newborns and storing their bodies, appears in court.
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Trial begins for man accused of 1980 murderTrial begins for man accused of 1980 murderThe trial begins Monday for a man accused of killing a 73-year-old woman in 1980.
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Doctors preparing for what they hope is mild flu seasonDoctors preparing for what they hope is mild flu seasonMedical experts say it's time to start focusing on other illnesses that claim even more lives than Ebola - such as flu
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Babies born today get free $500 mutual fund investmentBabies born today get free $500 mutual fund investmentBabies born today get free $500 mutual fund investment
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- 11 hours, 56 minutes ago
43 cleared from Ebola watch list, more to come43 cleared from Ebola watch list, more to comeMonday's news conference on the local Ebola crisis took on a brighter tone, as officials shared news of a shrinking Ebola watch list and the release of the family of the first Ebola patient's family from quarantine.
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Ind. police ID sex offender in killing of 7 womenInd. police ID sex offender in killing of 7 womenHammond police say Darren Deon Vann told officers he 'messed up.'
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Lawmakers review Houston's Ebola planLawmakers review Houston's Ebola planThe House Committee on County Affairs inquires about the response to natural disasters and infectious diseases
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UT students pull another kind of 'all-nighter'UT students pull another kind of 'all-nighter'Members of the school's University Democrats organization slept on the west mall to urge students to vote.
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U.Va. suspect charged in 2005 D.C. area rapeU.Va. suspect charged in 2005 D.C. area rapeJesse Matthew has been indicted for attempted capital murder, abduction and sexual penetration.
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WHO says Nigeria's Ebola outbreak overWHO says Nigeria's Ebola outbreak overThe disease continues to spread rapidly in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
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1,000 will be summoned to seat Boston bombing jury1,000 will be summoned to seat Boston bombing juryDzhokhar Tsarnaev faces trial Jan. 5, accused in the 2013 bombings that killed three.
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Texas State Fair sets food, ride sales recordTexas State Fair sets food, ride sales recordOrganizers say this year's State Fair of Texas set a new record for food and ride sales, with more than $41 million in coupons sold.
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Texas parties for Halloween unlike any other stateTexas parties for Halloween unlike any other stateWith Halloween falling on a Friday this year, many people will be looking to let loose at a great party. Luckily for Texans, several Lone Star cities rank among the best for Halloween bashes, at least according to NerdWallet.
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Officials: Two Wilco residents flew with Ebola patientOfficials: Two Wilco residents flew with Ebola patientCounty officials say a Georgetown man and a Hutto woman both flew on the same plane as Amber Vinson, the Dallas healthcare worker later diagnosed with Ebola.
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Fort Hood's 'Hug Lady' receives special honorFort Hood's 'Hug Lady' receives special honorIt's been said actions speak louder than words. Elizabeth Laird, well known as the "Hug Lady" on Fort Hood, knows that a kind gesture goes a long way.
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As Ebola quarantine ends in Dallas, another struggle beginsAs Ebola quarantine ends in Dallas, another struggle beginsIt was on a number of people's minds during the Sunday sermon at Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas.
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Pentagon building rapid-response Ebola teamPentagon building rapid-response Ebola teamThirty-person Ebola strike force will include 20 nurses, five physicians and five protocol trainers.
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Police search for clues where remains found in Va.Police search for clues where remains found in Va.The Virginia Department of Emergency Management canceled searches for the missing University of Virginia student that were scheduled for Sunday after human remains were discovered during the search Saturday.
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Charlottesville Police continue to investigate Hannah Graham's death, as Jesse Matthew, the suspect, is now charged with attempted murder in a 2005 rape case.
Oscar de la Renta, one of the world's most legendary fashion designers, died Monday. He was 82.
Apple Pay, the new mobile payment system from Apple, went live Monday with few of the hiccups usually associated with Apple launches.
Seven women have been uncovered in Northwest Indiana and linked to a 43 year-old man who confessed to killing them.
Now that we know the due date of Will and Kate's second baby, USA TODAY's Arienne Thompson predicts the speculation about sex, gender and everything else will ramp up over the next six months.
Forty-eight people who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., have reached the end of a 21-day observation period. Meanwhile, the family of one of the nurses infected with Ebola released a statement.
Louise Troh, the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, her two nephews and son were shut off from their friends, neighbors and other family members during a 21-day quarantine. Now, they are picking up the pieces of their new life.
The Pentagon is building a 30-person rapid-response medical support team to provide immediate assistance to civilian health professionals in the U.S. if additional Ebola cases arise, officials said Sunday.
A new pot store in Seattle is one refugee's American dream. It is the third pot shop in the city since recreational marijuana became legal in the state of Washington.
A historic Houston building came crashing down Sunday. The Houston Club, which opened in 1894, fell to dust, concrete and steel to make way for a new, modern 35-story building.