Voters to decide fate of Texas cancer center

By ALEX WUKMAN Millions of dollars in cancer-fighting grants are on the line when voters head to the polls in a few weeks.  Amongst the various Constitutional Amendments and special elections is Proposition 6, which will allow voters to decide whether or not to continue funding the Cancer Prevention Research Institute, known as CPRIT, for […]

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Brad Buckley running unopposed in primary

By Marice Richter It looks like State Rep. Brad Buckley (R-Killeen) won’t have to worry about getting primaried. On Sept. 30, Nathan Berryhill, of Lampasas, ended his short-lived campaign challenging Buckley for the Republican nomination for  House District 54 Berryhill— a 2019 graduate of the University of Texas-Austin — announced on social media that the […]

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Imelda victims will receive federal assistance after disaster declaration

Tropical Storm Imelda caused severe flooding near Vidor on Sept. 19. USA TODAY NETWORK BY DAVIS RICH Victims of Tropical Storm Imelda in six Texas counties will receive federal assistance after President Donald Trump granted Gov. Greg Abbott‘s request for a federal disaster declaration Friday afternoon. Residents of Chambers, Harris, Jefferson, Liberty, Montgomery and Orange counties […]

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