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TexasTowelie

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Hometown: Texas
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Current location: Red Hell Texas
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Middle-aged white guy who believes in justice and equality for all. Math and computer analyst with additional 21st century jack-of-all-trades skills. I'm a stud, not a dud!

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Kansas News - 6/29/2016

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Hiawatha woman to pay $30K in embezzlement case

Brownback signs bill to keep schools open

Kansas Supreme Court signs off on education legislation

Teenís wage disparity at Kansas City, Kansas pizza shop fires up equal-pay debate ó and Hillary Clinton

Wichita School District, teachers union investigating undercover video of union leader

Nebraska News - 6/29/2016

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Hoping for a new option in epilepsy fight, UNMC will undertake state's first study of marijuana-based medicine

State plan for Alzheimer's and dementia care unveiled

Lincoln City Council OKs pension fund merger, saving $4 million next year

Ricketts showered with gifts during first year in office

Ricketts promotes manufacturing job opportunities

South Dakota News - 6/29/2016

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Daugaard says he'll call on private group to help HSC

Lawsuit claims Brookings police used excessive force

State Democrats nominate Pine Ridge entrepreneur to PUC

O'Malley calls for unity among South Dakota Democrats

Hawks calls on Noem to endorse Medicaid expansion

Funds available for HIV prevention, care of Native Americans

150 South Dakota Army National Guard soldiers return home

Gov. Daugaard orders state capitol flags at half-staff for former State Rep. Glen McVay

Legislators want hard data for Medicaid reimbursement

New Mexico News - 6/28/2016

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Suspect leads officers on chase from Santa Fe to Albuquerque

Federal lawsuit targets cougar trapping in New Mexico

Republicans file complaint against Democratic secretary of state nominee

Judge: Legislators must testify in Griego case

New Mexico firms missing out on Santa Teresa boom

Voter turnout at N.M. primary election breaks record

NM's medical marijuana program gets new location

Experts say mine spill has not affected fish

Quintuple murder suspectís livestock seized

NMSU to offer discounted tuition for Mexican students

NMSU to cut employee benefits

Fundraiser planned for Carlsbad Caverns

Oklahoma News - 6/28/2016

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Gov. Fallin says she's had no 'direct conversations' with Trump about vice presidency

All five U.S. House members win primary races

Waterline break forces Oklahoma prison to truck in bottled water


Sheriff faces bribery, sexual battery charges

Williams' shareholders vote for ETE merger; company appealing Delaware court decision


3 missing, 1 injured in head-on train collision in Texas

Source: AP

DALLAS (AP) ó Three crew members were missing and one was hurt Tuesday after a head-on train collision in the Texas Panhandle that caused several box cars to erupt in flames and led authorities to evacuate residents in the area.

The two BNSF Railway freight trains were on the same track when they collided near the town of Panhandle, about 25 miles northeast of Amarillo. Each train carried two crew members; one man jumped before the collision, according to BNSF spokesman Joe Faust.

That man was in stable condition at an Amarillo hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, said Sgt. Dan Buesing of the Texas Department of Public Safety. His identity wasn't available. Because the fire was still burning Tuesday night, crews had not been able to search the wreckage for the three missing crew members, Buesing said, adding that crews are still pouring water on the fire.

Freight cars and containers were derailed and strewn for about 400 yards from the collision site, Buesing said. As nightfall approached, floodlights were being brought in as efforts to quell the flames and search for the missing crew members was expected to continue well into the night, he said.

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n this photo provided by Billy B. Brown, two freight trains are on fire Tuesday, June 28, 2016, after they collided and derailed near Panhandle, Texas. Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Bryan Witt says the accident occurred Tuesday morning near the town of Panhandle, about 25 miles northeast of Amarillo. No injuries have been reported. (Billy B. Brown via AP)

Louisiana News - 6/28/2016

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Louisiana officials praise mom accused of whipping sons who allegedly burglarized home

Days after Louisiana Legislature passed tumultuous state budget, officials preparing for mid-year budget cuts

Medicaid expansion will provide more treatment to convicts, cancer patients, HIV sufferers

Treasurer John Kennedy assails 'breathtaking' state tax increases; administration says, 'there's a reason for that'

Louisiana in for big changes, likely bumpy ride with Medicaid expansion

Attorney General's office arrests 3 for bank fraud, theft

Here are constitutional changes Louisiana voters will consider in November

Will Louisiana need a short-term loan to pay its bills?

Southeastern Louisiana University mulls tuition increase

Arkansas News - 6/28/2016

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El Dorado board OKs nearly $10 million for downtown project

Arkansas funeral home director found not guilty of corpse abuse

Arkansas plant gets $30.7 million grant for nuclear submarine batteries

Walton Family Foundation's $250M to help charter schools in Little Rock, 16 other cities

Law inducing Arkansas judges to quit at 70 upheld

Election panel hires state GOP official

UAMS gets $2.7 million grant for synthetic pot study

Ouachita River Bridge knocked out

Trump comments feed speculation about Cotton as running mate

Minnesota News - 6/28/2016

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$15-an-hour minimum wage: First Minneapolis, then statewide

Dayton selects McKeig as next Supreme Court justice

Mark Dayton headed to Croatia to celebrate military partners

Health care costs remain a big concern for Minnesota employers

Wisconsin News - 6/28/2016

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State to pay radio host arrested in Capitol protest $75,000

U.S. Supreme Court denies Wisconsin's appeal on abortion clinic restrictions

Larger lawsuit promised after settlement in Capitol protest

Wisconsin eligible for $13 million to combat opioid crisis

Scott Walker digs in on opposition to gas tax increase

Walker: Wisconsin teachers should be paid like NFL free agents

Wisconsin tax credit primarily benefits wealthy

Government Accountability Board in its final days
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