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Topic - Waco
Work is scheduled to begin Sunday night on a 28-mile stretch of Interstate 80 in eastern Nebraska.
Police say two men found shot to death at a Central Texas apartment were cousins who were visiting the residents.
A Southeast Texas man who met his wife as a pen pal while he was in prison has been sentenced to death for killing her a few months after his release.
A Southeast Texas man who met his wife as a pen pal while he was in prison has been convicted of killing her in front of her child.
The stars at night are big and bright when seen from the Meyer Observatory in Coryell County deep in the heart of Texas.
In a solemn tribute sprinkled with Scripture, words of assurance and resolve, President Obama told mourners at a memorial service for those who lost their lives in last week's fertilizer-plant explosion in Texas that their loved ones will not be forgotten and promised to provide assistance to help rebuild and reclaim their community.
Even amid the ashes and devastation in the hours and days after the explosion, he said the modest town of West showed its "ability to stand tall in unimaginable adversity."
"Oh God, you have tested us, you have tried us — we went through fire and water — yet, you have brought us out to a place of abundance," he said.