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Lou Ferrigno

Lou Ferrigno Sworn In As An Honorary Deputy In Texas

Lou Ferrigno stopped by the Travis County Sheriffs Department and got sworn in as a deputy.
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Police Lights

Texas Teen Tried To Bribe Police Officers While On The Way To Jail

Saturday morning police arrested a teen in Austin after showing signs of intoxication, he offered the police $200 to take him home instead of jail.
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Body Spray, Deodorant

Truck Carrying Axe Body Spray Explodes Along I-35 In Texas

A trucker was driving through Belton, about 60 miles north of Austin, when he noticed a fire in his rearview mirror.
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Burritos

Texas Is Home To 5 Of The Best Burritos In The Country

A list of the best burritos in the country has come out, and not a single one of them are here in North Texas.
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Welcome to Texas, Road Sign, Texas

This Map Offers A Road Trip Of Famous Texas Filming Locations

The cinematic history of Texas is big and true, and now, you can explore our state, and visit some of the sites used in some of Hollywood's most famous productions.
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Tortilla, Nacho, Chips

Tortilla Chips Spontaneously Combust Inside Texas Factory

In Texas, tortilla chips are serious business.
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Graffiti

Graffiti Park In Austin Will Stay Open For 3 More Months

It was announced Monday that the park will stay open a little bit longer.
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Richard Overton, Oldest Veteran, Suit

World's Oldest Veteran Has Identity Stolen And Bank Accounts Emptied

Texas resident Richard Overton is noted for currently being the world's oldest veteran.
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Jensen Ackles & Jared Padalecki

City Of Austin Declares June 23rd As Supernatural Day

Supernatural has been going for 13 straight seasons and was recently picked up for a 14th.
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Vodka, Glass, Drink, Ice

Russian Man's First Taste Of Tito's Vodka: "Whoaa."

"Dallas Morning News" reporter Silvana Pagliuca is in Sochi covering the ongoing World Cup, and knew this was the perfect opportunity to introduce a little bit of the Lone Star State's flair to the former Soviet Union.
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