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- Ind. man who confessed to killings has Austin ties
- 43 cleared from Ebola watch list, more to come
- UT students pull another kind of 'all-nighter'
- Trial begins for man accused of 1980 murder
- WHO says Nigeria's Ebola outbreak over
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Ind. police ID Texas sex offender in serial killingsInd. police ID Texas sex offender in serial killingsHammond police say Darren Deon Vann told officers he 'messed up.'
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KVUE Urban Rail Town HallKVUE Urban Rail Town HallKVUE is hosting a town hall on urban rail at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
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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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Pope Francis: 'God is not afraid of new things'Pope Francis: 'God is not afraid of new things'Synod shows ease with which church can discuss difficult topics, such as role of gays and divorced Catholics.
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Police: Texas daughters find parents dead in homePolice: Texas daughters find parents dead in homeHouston police say the death of a couple found shot at home with their two daughters inside is likely a murder-suicide.
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Investigator: Texas woman set vehicle on fireInvestigator: Texas woman set vehicle on fireInvestigator: Texas woman set vehicle on fire
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Houston SUV driver dies after crashing into horseHouston SUV driver dies after crashing into horsePolice say the driver of an SUV is dead after crashing into a man on horseback, then hitting a telephone pole and fence in northwest Houston.
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Supreme Court rules Texas can enforce voter ID lawSupreme Court rules Texas can enforce voter ID lawThe controversial law will be in effect for the upcoming election.
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Police search for 2 men in connection with robberyPolice search for 2 men in connection with robberyPolice are searching for two men in connection with an aggravated robbery on Friday.
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Police: 9-year-old Texas girl killed in crashPolice: 9-year-old Texas girl killed in crashVictoria police say a 9-year-old girl has been killed after the SUV she was in was hit by a suspected drunken driver.
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New Ebola protocols for health care workersNew Ebola protocols for health care workersDoctors and nurses will be advised to leave no skin showing when dealing with an Ebola patient
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State of Affairs: Oct. 19, 2014State of Affairs: Oct. 19, 2014Politics Reporter Mark Wiggins focuses on the upcoming legislative session, 2014 elections and medical marijuana.
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3 Best credit cards this holiday season3 Best credit cards this holiday seasonThe best 3 ways to pay this holiday season, and a new service called Bluebird.
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Cruise ship returns to Texas; passenger negative for EbolaCruise ship returns to Texas; passenger negative for EbolaCoast Guard had retrieved blood sample from health care worker being monitored for Ebola.
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Texas man charged in Minnesota sex abuse caseTexas man charged in Minnesota sex abuse caseAuthorities have charged a Texas man who they say engaged in a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old Twin Cities boy who he met online.
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Texas Health Resources CEO apologizes in full-page adTexas Health Resources CEO apologizes in full-page ad"In short, despite our best intentions and skilled medical teams, we did not live up to the high standards that are the heart of our hospital's history, mission and commitment," Berdan said.
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No illness detected in Ebola patient's fiancee, familyNo illness detected in Ebola patient's fiancee, familyLouise Troh issued a statement of thanks on Sunday
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Amber Vinson was 'in no way careless' in Ebola exposureAmber Vinson was 'in no way careless' in Ebola exposureThe family of Amber Vinson, the second nurse to contract Ebola, has released a second statement regarding her travel before being diagnosed with the deadly virus.
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JFK to Ebola: Dallas, again, feels weight of a nationJFK to Ebola: Dallas, again, feels weight of a nationOnce defamed as "the city that killed Kennedy," the Texas metropolis now contends with the libel of Ebola.
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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.
Apple will launch its new mobile payments service Apple Pay on Monday.
Charlottesville Police said Saturday they may have found the body of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
The Supreme Court is allowing Texas to enforce a new voter identification law, which civil rights groups say will force hundreds of thousands of minorities to be turned away at the polls.
Michael Dunn has been sentenced to life in prison for the death of Jordan Davis. The unarmed teen was fatally shot during a parking lot dispute over loud music in November 2012.