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Stories Around Texas for September 8th, 2017

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A group of first responders exposed to smoke from a Crosby, Tex., chemical plant fire after Hurricane Harvey are suing the owner of the plant for more than $1 million, saying that they vomited and gasped for air in the middle of the road in a scene the suit describes as “nothing less than chaos.” Click Here to read the full story.

Three Texas churches damaged in Hurricane Harvey are suing the Federal Emergency Management Agency, saying they should be eligible for disaster relief money even though they are religious institutions typically denied such funds. Click Here to read the full story.

The search for missing Texas mom Crystal McDowell continues nearly two weeks after she disappeared just before Hurricane Harvey’s landfall in the U.S., with authorities looking at the possibility of foul play. Click Here to read the full story.

 A Pennsylvania man who assumed the identity of a baby who died in Texas in 1972 has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison after the baby’s aunt discovered the ruse on Ancestry.com. Click Here to read the full story.

 

 

 

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