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University of Houston conducts survey to see if Texans back major changes to state's gambling laws
1 month ago - By ABC
According to the report, 75% of the 1,200 surveyed said they'd support the passage of the legislation - including all political parties, races, genders, and those who identify as born-again Christians.
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Community hosts barbecue fundraiser event to help those impacted by Monterey...
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Bank bailout could cost Swiss taxpayers billions - Bloomberg
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Another boat sinks off Tunisia, killing 19 African asylum seekers
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Grand opening of new baseball field in Durham makes dreams come true
An exciting baseball game was the scene Saturday for the grand opening of Durham Bulls Miracle League Field around the corner from Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
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Kevin Huerter scores 27, Kings beat Jazz 121-113
Kings one step closure to playoff spot
Trump lashes out at 2024 rivals, possible indictment at campaign rally
Former President Donald Trump addressed his supporters in Texas on Saturday as he faces a possible indictment.
‘My city is gone': Many dead as tornado tears across Mississippi
Death toll at 26 after a powerful storm that spawned a tornado tears through US states of Mississippi and Alabama.
Man climbs restaurant roof, Omaha police negotiators respond
Negotiators worked to get the man down off the roof as he became increasingly agitated.
Billions could be coming to New Mexico soon enough
One House bill is now awaiting approval from the governor - and it could lead to renovations to multiple projects across the state.