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Judge strikes down big part of Texas abortion law Video included

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A federal judge has thrown out a big portion of the new Texas abortion law, a victory for abortion-rights advocates. More>>

Smithville woman missing for a month, authorities continue search Video included

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The house on Whitehead Street in Smithville is a little darker these days, not because of the clouds in the sky, but because a family member is missing. More>>

New judge assigned to Greg Kelley case

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Convicted child molester Greg Kelley has been assigned a new judge in Harris County. More>>

*Update* Jury finds Linda Woodman guilty Video included

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FOX 7's Ann Wyatt Little reports that a Travis County jury has found Linda Woodman guilty of manslaughter and aggravated assault. The jury reached the verdict in less than an hour.

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Debate: Nidal Hasan wants to join ISIS

Congressman John Carter tells FOX 7 via telephone why Nidal Hasan's desire to join ISIS could help his Fort Hood victims. More>>

Longhorn fans get ready for home opener Video included

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Die-hard Longhorn fans got an early start for tomorrow's home opener.
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High-speed Rail coming to Houston, Ft. Worth. Is Austin next? Video included

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State transportation officials announced Wednesday that a high-speed rail line from Fort Worth to Houston is not just possible, it's certain.
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  • Furniture store celebrates Aggie win with million dollar loss

    Furniture store celebrates Aggie win with million dollar loss

    Friday, August 29 2014 6:15 PM EDT2014-08-29 22:15:15 GMT
    A College Station furniture store opened for business celebrating an Aggie win and a million dollar loss. The owners are paying up on a promise to pay back customers if Texas AM won big Thursday night, which they did.
    A College Station furniture store opened for business celebrating an Aggie win and a million dollar loss. The owners are paying up on a promise to pay back customers if Texas AM won big Thursday night, which they did.
  • Abbott backs out of televised debate with Davis

    Abbott backs out of televised debate with Davis

    Republican Greg Abbott has backed out of a statewide televised debate in the Texas governor's race with Democrat Wendy Davis.
    Republican Greg Abbott has backed out of a statewide televised debate in the Texas governor's race with Democrat Wendy Davis.
  • Arrive Alive Central Texas

    Arrive Alive Central Texas

    Friday, August 29 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-08-29 15:33:30 GMT
    This weekend 22 local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to keep everyone safe this Labor Day.The safe campaign is called "Arrive Alive Central Texas". It's a collaboration of multiple law enforcement agencies.
    This weekend 22 local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to keep everyone safe this Labor Day.The safe campaign is called "Arrive Alive Central Texas". It's a collaboration of multiple law enforcement agencies.
  • Texas commission OKs 'historical racing' terminals

    Texas commission OKs 'historical racing' terminals

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    State regulators have approved an effort by racetrack owners to expand gambling to include racing terminals that look similar to slot machines.
    State regulators have approved an effort by racetrack owners to expand gambling to include racing terminals that look similar to slot machines.
  • Man gets life in prison in death at Tyler park

    Man gets life in prison in death at Tyler park

    A man convicted in the death of a woman caught in gang crossfire while at an East Texas park with her 3-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison.
    A man convicted in the death of a woman caught in gang crossfire while at an East Texas park with her 3-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison.
  • Fort Hood gunman Hasan wants to be ISIS member

    Fort Hood gunman Hasan wants to be ISIS member

    Friday, August 29 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-08-29 13:22:37 GMT
    The 2009 Fort Hood gunman said he wants to become a member of the militant group ISIS. Ex-Army Major Nidal Hasan wrote a letter to the leader of ISIS requesting to become a citizen of the Islamic state, according to Fox News.
    The 2009 Fort Hood gunman said he wants to become a member of the militant group ISIS. Ex-Army Major Nidal Hasan wrote a letter to the leader of ISIS requesting to become a citizen of the Islamic state, according to Fox News.
  • NFL increases domestic violence penalties

    NFL increases domestic violence penalties

    Friday, August 29 2014 6:28 PM EDT2014-08-29 22:28:24 GMT
    Effective Thursday, NFL players will be suspended for six games if arrested for domestic violence. A second offense will result in a lifetime ban.
    Effective Thursday, NFL players will be suspended for six games if arrested for domestic violence. A second offense will result in a lifetime ban.
  • This Hour: Latest Texas news, sports, business and entertainment

    This Hour: Latest Texas news, sports, business and entertainment

    San Antonio authorities say a man who bludgeoned a Shar-Pei puppy to death has turned himself in.
    San Antonio authorities say a man who bludgeoned a Shar-Pei puppy to death has turned himself in.
  • Hands off: Next year, Austin drivers can't hold phones to ears on road

    Hands off: Next year, Austin drivers can't hold phones to ears on road

    Thursday, August 28 2014 9:09 PM EDT2014-08-29 01:09:48 GMT
    Austin City Council unanimously passed distracted hands fee ordinance Thursday.
    Austin City Council unanimously passed distracted hands fee ordinance Thursday.
  • Plan for magistration center proposed

    Plan for magistration center proposed

    Thursday, August 28 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-08-29 02:32:15 GMT
    Austin police are looking for ways to improve efficiency when officers book people into jail.Chief Art Acevedo briefed the council Thursday on a possible plan for a magistration center.On average Austin police officers are spending 58 minutes in lines. They are waiting to book the person they arrested into the Travis County Jail downtown.The department is tracking the data as Chief Art Acevedo makes the case for a magistration center. This year, the city will pay the county $6.3 million dolla...
    Austin police are looking for ways to improve efficiency when officers book people into jail.Chief Art Acevedo briefed the council Thursday on a possible plan for a magistration center.On average Austin police officers are spending 58 minutes in lines. They are waiting to book the person they arrested into the Travis County Jail downtown.The department is tracking the data as Chief Art Acevedo makes the case for a magistration center. This year, the city will pay the county $6.3 million dolla...
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    Crimewatch

    FOX 7's Noelle Newton investigates how law enforcement battle crime in the community

    FOX 7's Noelle Newton investigates how law enforcement battle crime in the community.

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    All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
    All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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