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Hot mic catches Susan Collins mocking Blake Farenthold: 'He's so unattractive...
by By JENNIFER C. KERR, Associated Press

Republican Sen. Susan Collins got caught Tuesday at the end of a hearing with a microphone that was still hot ? and captured her ripping President Donald Trump and making fun of a fellow lawmaker who had been critical of her on health care. Collins, a moderate from Maine, can be overheard complaining about Trump and his proposed 2018 budget, which slashes spending with deep cuts to domestic agencies, food stamps, Medicaid, highway funding and medical research. Collins was also snagged making unflattering remarks about Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, a day after he blamed "some female senators from the Northeast" for blocking health care legislation. Collins then mentions a widely circulated picture of Farenthold wearing baby blue pajamas with yellow ducks on them as he poses in the photo with a big grin next to a scantily clad young woman.

UT professors not done fighting campus carry law
by Andrea Zelinski, Houston Chronicle

A trio of professors at the state's flagship university plan to appeal a federal court's decision to throw out their lawsuit challenging the state's campus carry law.

UT professors appeal campus carry decision
by Lindsay Ellis

Three University of Texas at Austin professors appealed a federal judge's dismissal of their campus carry lawsuit to the Fifth Circuit on Monday. Jennifer Lynn Glass, Lisa Moore and Mia Carter, who teach liberal arts, English, and feminist and LGBT literature, filed their suit before the state's concealed carry law was implemented at four-year universities.

Texas gang threat led by Tango Blast; Aryan Circle downgraded
by Cindy George

Tango Blast is considered the greatest gang threat in Texas, according to a new report, while a previous powerhouse ? the Texas Syndicate ? has been downgraded from the top tier because of disruptions from law enforcement and Tango affiliates. The other most significant gangs in Texas are Latin Kings, Texas Mexican Mafia and Mara Salvatrucha ? known as MS-13 ? according to the 2017 Texas Gang Threat Assessment from the Texas Department of Public Safety. The report, released Tuesday, estimates that as many of 100,000 gang members operate in the state.

926-pound shark won't be recognized as New Jersey's record

Regulations posted on the Division of Fish and Wildlife's website note state records "are determined by weight alone." [...] the agency notes the state record application says the angler seeking the certification must swear the fish was caught without anyone's help.

Lawyer buys vacuum from Target, but finds rocks, dirty towels, chili inside box
by Blake Paterson

Annie Banerjee thought she purchased a $300 vacuum cleaner from Target. But when she returned home after shopping Sunday the box instead contained dirty white towels, rocks and a can of bean-less chili.

Governor agrees to meet with some Texas mayors over special session issues
by Jeremy Wallace, Houston Chronicle

Gov. Greg Abbott has agreed to meet with mayors from around Texas who are frustrated with the governor's special session agenda and his accusation that cities are threatening the "Texas brand."

Last week, Abbott in a speech the day before the special session started told a conservative policy advocacy group that local governments are infringing on property rights, increase regulations and growing taxes - all "California-like" policies that he said threatens the Texas brand.

The next day the Texas Municipal League sent Abbott a letter signed by 18 mayors including Houston's Sylvester Turner asking for a meeting with the state's top elected official.

Katy-area bank robbery leads to police chase, manhunt near Memorial Park
by Andrew Kragie, Margaret Kadifa, Houston Chronicle

Houston police have locked down an apartment complex near Memorial Park to search for two more suspects in a Katy-area bank robbery about 1 p.m. Tuesday that involved at least eight people and four vehicles, one of which led police on a chase.

Suspects were stopped and detained in three vehicles after a bank was robbed in the 23100 block of Cinco Ranch Road.

One car with four suspects led police on a chase that ended at an apartment complex in the 1200 block of Post Oak Road about 1:30 p.m., police said. One man was injured when he bailed out and ran in front of the rolling vehicle.

Bathroom debate begins after stalling over rules fight in Texas Senate
by Mike Ward, Houston Chronicle

AUSTIN ? A dramatic fight over legislative rules stalled debate on the controversial bathroom bill for two hours in the Texas Senate on Tuesday before a party-line vote ended the arguments.

By a 20-11 vote, senators agreed to support a decision by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick that Senate Bill 3 could be debated because it was within the specific agenda set for the special legislation by Gov. Greg Abbott.

Memorial Villages police reportMemorial Villages police report
Officers noted that an unknown subject changed the victim's bank account password making several withdrawals. While working at the residence, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's car taking the cash withdrawal. Detectives have taken over the investigation and a review of surveillance video shows a subject enter the vehicle while parked at the residence. Through investigation, officers learned that the actual incident occurred on July 2, 2017, and that the striking party fled the scene at that time. Upon arrival, officers observed a vehicle parked on the street that had significant damage on it by someone keying the driver's side door. Information for a Criminal Mischief report was obtained and detectives will be checking the area for video surveillance footage.

Vintage World War II photos show Texas military base preparing for war
by Craig Hlavaty, Houston Chronicle

A collection of photos from Naval Air Station Corpus Christi during World War II shows the American and Texas war effort at full speed.

$100,000 Club - mega-donors to Texas statewide candidates
by James Drew

Although a couple from Gillespie County grabbed the headlines by recently contributing $1 million to Gov. Greg Abbott's re-election campaign, ranchers Michael and Mary Porter are part of a bigger club.

House gives final OK to 'sunset bill,' but it's not a done deal
by Andrea Zelinski, Houston Chronicle

Both the House and Senate have approved the one must-pass bill of the special session, but it's a long way from heading to the governor, according to the House sponsor.

Major Texas cities land on list of least, most educated in the United States
by Craig Hlavaty, Houston Chronicle

A new WalletHub ranking of the least and most-educated metropolitan areas across the United States features plenty of appearances of by Texas cities.

Cruz denies interest in taking over from Sessions as Trump's Attorney General
by Kevin Diaz, Houston Chronicle

Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, up for reelection next year, is dismissing reports that the Trump administration is considering him as a possibility for the attorney general to replace the embattled former senator Jeff Sessions.

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