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Most Texans Without Health Insurance Live in Working Families

HOUSTON – Two-thirds of Texans without health insurance live in working families and more than half are in families that include at least one full-time…...

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Historical Series Part 2: The Myths of Bonnie and Clyde

As with many American heroes and villains, facts and myths became blurred over the years with gangsters Bonnie and Clyde, who started their careers in…...

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Irving Well-Represented at Annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference

Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) recently held its 51st annual State Conference in Georgetown, Texas, with the theme of “Creating Community” from June 11 – 13…....

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Historical Series: Bonnie and Clyde live fast, die young

The gangsters’ car slowed but did not stop as it approached a planned family reunion in Sowers, near present-day Highway 183 and Esters Road in…...

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Social Security Delivers the Most Popular Baby Names in Texas

The Social Security Administration announced the most popular baby names in Texas for 2017. Noah and Emma topped the list.  The top five boys and…...

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Texas awards millions for mental health

AUSTIN — The Texas Health and Human Services Commission today announced it is awarding up to $27.5 million in grant funds through two programs that…...

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Texas plans to improve state hospital system

AUSTIN –The Health and Human Services Commission recently announced the release of $47.7 million to begin improving the state’s inpatient psychiatric care system. The initial…...

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