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January 5, 2014

Texas Signs New Self-Defense Law

Criminals in Texas beware: if you threaten someone in their car or office, the citizens of this state where guns are ubiquitous have the right to shoot you dead. Governor Rick Perry’s office said on Tuesday […]
December 19, 2013

North Texas Man Dies From Swine Flu; Could Be Mystery Illness Ravaging South Texas

Looking at photographs shown at her husband’s funeral is so very hard for Ashley Wright. “He was too young,” she said. “I should not be a widow at 30… So it’s pretty devastating.” Dustin Wright, 30, […]
December 18, 2013

Texas Parks & Wildlife Offering Holiday Gifts for the Outdoorsman on Your List

With the holidays around the corner, families everywhere are in the midst of their Christmas shopping for the important people in their lives. If you need a gift idea for the outdoor lover in your family, […]
December 5, 2013

Falling Tree Branch Kills Texas Toddler, Injures Mother

A freak accident killed a baby and critically injured her mother in Tomball Tuesday night. A large branch fell on them outside the Lone Star Behavioral Health Clinic on Quinn Road. The mother and other volunteers […]
October 6, 2013

Toyota Texas Bass Classic is showcase for fishing and the new Tundra

It is the final day of the Toyota-sponsored Bass Classic fishing tournament at Lake Conroe, and — though I can’t project who will win — it is a sure thing that Toyota’s first new truck in […]
September 28, 2013

It’s all about trucks at State Fair of Texas

*If there ever was any doubt about the manufacturers giving Texas its due as the truck capital of the U.S, all you need to do is reaffirm it at this year’s State Fair of Texas.  The […]
May 6, 2013

Your other car: Texas Spring Roundup winners tough to call for 2013

About 60 cars, crossovers, and performance SUVs faced judgement by almost as many auto writers and photographers last week at the Texas Motor Speedway; and it was amazing to see how far everyone has come.  In […]
April 20, 2013

Texas Archery/Bowhunting Uprage Update

The giant beast remained in the shadows of the impenetrable cedar thickets for a long, long time. The prettiest, and dare I say, deadliest bowhunter in America was poised to kill nearby, and displayed the patience […]
January 10, 2013

Tony Dukes: A Great Texas Hunter

I would like to introduce my fellow hunters to a great American and wonderful Texan. I first met Tony Dukes way back in the roaring 70s in the wild world of rock-n-roll. As a respected bass […]