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LaNette and David Godfrey pose in front of a colorful wall

Texas husband, wife share love of classroom teaching

JENNY TWITCHELL, The Eagle
June 2, 2019
Bottles of cough syrup

Texas to outlaw minors from buying popular cough medicine

ELIZABETH BYRNE, Texas Tribune
June 2, 2019
Texas Secretary of State David Whitley

Whitley back in governor’s office after resignation

ALEX URA, The Texas Tribune
June 1, 2019
Border Crossing Large Group

116 Africans arrested at border

Associated Press
June 1, 2019
Dallas police kill dog that injured 2 people

Dallas police kill dog that injured 2 people

Associated Press
June 1, 2019
College students listen as El Paso Water worker Hector Sepulveda explains the desalination process May 2 at a plant in El Paso, Texas. The silver pipes push water through tightly packed membranes inside the white pipes, drawing minerals out of the brine. As the planet warms and weather patterns turn more extreme, droughts - as well as floods - in the state generally have worsened. El Paso, which has about 700,000 people living in a desert region that gets only 9 inches (23 centimeters) of rain annually, receives international groups wanting to learn more about innovative facilities like the largest inland desalination plant in the United States.

Texas struggles to keep pace as thirst for water intensifies

DAVID WARREN, Associated Press
June 1, 2019
Jaculyn Zigtema, special education director for Whitehouse ISD, speaks during a Texas Education Agency hearing on special education funding in Richardson on April 16, 2018.

Texas lawmakers increased special education funding this year

ALIYYA SWABY, The Texas Tribune
June 1, 2019
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