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Stories Around Texas for June 26th, 2017

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A Texas woman told investigators that she left her 2-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son in a hot car where they died last month to teach the girl a lesson and that they didn’t lock themselves in, as she initially reported, according to sheriff’s officials. Click Here to read the full story.

A small border town and some of the largest cities in Texas will ask a federal judge on Monday to block a new state law to punish “sanctuary cities,” arguing it promotes racial profiling, diverts resources from police and is unconstitutional. Click Here to read the full story.

Authorities in Central Texas have charged a man with criminal negligent homicide after a 4-year-old girl was killed and her father seriously injured when they were run over by a houseboat. Click Here to read the full story.

The politicians running Texas and California continue to prove that they want nothing to do with each other. But athletes in the two states are inextricably linked. As a result, the latest salvo in the Texas v. California culture wars has created widespread confusion in the college sports world. Click Here to read the full story.

The Texas secession movement — in which separatists advocate, sometimes violently, that the Lone Star State should become an independent country — has been around in some form or another for about 150 years. Though it appears to have gained some traction recently, the secession movement is still widely regarded as a fringe effort that can claim no real victories and would never pass legal muster. But it recently got a boost from some unlikely supporters: a contingent of high school boys. Click Here to read the full story.

 

 

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