Author Dan Eakin

Fatal Flooding Emergency in Texas “Not Over Yet”

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Severe flooding over the Memorial Day weekend has left a trail of destruction across swathes of Texas, with more damage potentially to come even as rain has temporarily abated in some of the worst-hit

Storm System Sweeps Through Midwest; Texas Experienced Widespread Flooding

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Texas was hit with violent weather in the past couple of weeks, leaving multiple towns in disarray as tornadoes were followed by flash flood warnings and baseball-sized hail. According to NBC News and The Weather

‘Same-Sex Dating Behaviors’ Now Banned at LeTourneau University in Longview

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An East Texas University has banned “same-sex dating behaviors,” along with limiting free speech that includes support for same-sex marriage or relationships. LeTourneau University in Longview has updated its policy to reflect its Bible-based views.

Fidgeting May Help Children With ADHD Focus

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Children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder often fidget, a pattern of behavior that’s often labeled as disruptive. A new study, however, reveals that fidgeting may actually help kids focus. ADHD affects about 6.4 million

Brawl Between Texan Biker Gangs Erupts Into Massive Firefight

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Americans dine out about four times per week, a recent study found, and when they go out, they expect quality food, an amicable atmosphere, and reasonable prices. They do not expect to become a

Texas Lawmakers Consider Allowing Patients Direct Access to Physical Therapy

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Throughout most of the United States, accessing physical therapy is a fairly simple process. Typically, patients simply have to find a reputable practitioner, who can be recommended by a doctor or found independently. With

Blue Bell Shuts Down Plants in Texas, Oklahoma, and Alabama After Listeria Contamination Was Found in Ice Cream

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After three outbreaks of listeria in Kansas were linked back to Blue Bell brand ice cream, the creamery issued several small recalls. However, reports are now surfacing that Blue Bell knew that its Oklahoma

Bill That Would Deregulate Natural Hair Braiding Being Considered by Texas Senate

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A bill that would deregulate hair braiding in the state of Texas is now being considered in the Senate after being approved by the House in late April. HB 2717, authored by Rep. Craig Goldman

Texas Introduces Legislation That Could Solve Shortage of Dental Hygienists

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The Texas Legislature has introduced two bills to target the state’s current shortage of dental providers that would make it easier for dental hygiene practitioners — mid-level providers administering restorative and routine dental procedures

Six-Story Luxury Condos Set to Open in Houston

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A new luxury mid-rise apartment complex is set to open soon in one of Houston’s most affluent areas. CultureMap Houston reports that The Monroe, a six-story, $20 million condominium, will be situated between River Oaks