Texas

Alligator dubbed the 'Dollar Store Gator' removed after residents throw glass, rocks at it

A 10-foot alligator was removed from a creek near a Dollar Store after nearby residents started throwing glass and rocks at it. Officials responded to concerns that it was getting too comfortable with humans. Read more now.
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Grandparents send family cardboard cutout so they can be together on Thanksgiving

Though they won’t be able to physically celebrate the holiday together, a couple found an ingenious way of making sure that they could still spend Thanksgiving with their children and grandchildren across the country. More on RADIO.COM!
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Boy's Kindergarten picture comes back with an odd imprint

A boy’s kindergarten school picture is going viral for a very odd reason. Brittany Kinley, a Texas mom, says she filled out the on-line order form for five-year-old Mason’s school photo but a misunderstanding resulted in an imprint that’s “so 2020.”
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'The Pit': Nurse describes conditions as hospitals reach max capacity amid COVID

A traveling nurse has shared details of the work conditions inside a hospital in El Paso amid the recent surge in local COVID-19 cases. A traveling nurse has shared details of the work conditions inside a hospital.
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Boy, 8, wins National Mullet Championship: 'I can't give autographs, I don't know cursive'

Eight-year-old Jaxson “Hot Rod” Crossland of Celeste took home the crown and the $500 prize as the winner in the 2020 Kids Mullet Championship contest.
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Man wounded, accidentally shot by his dog

A Plano man is recovering after getting shot by his own dog! Plano police tweeted a warning to other gun owners, saying a man was carrying his handgun in his waistband when he picked up his dog.
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More Than 2,000 Texas Students Have Tested Positive for COVID-19 Since Start of School Year

More than 2,000 Students Have Tested Positive for COVID-19 Since Start of School Year. The Texas Department of State Health Services and Texas Education Agency have launched a website for families to track the number of cases of COVID-19.
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Blue Bell Is Facing a Record Fine for Ice Cream Linked to Listeria Outbreak

The little creamery from Brenham, Texas is ordered to pay $17.25 million dollars in criminal penalties. This comes after shipments of contaminated products were found to be linked to a 2015 listeria outbreak.
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Mother Makes $30,000 a Year Dumpster Diving

Tiffany Butler is a 31-year-old teacher living in Texas who has an amazing side hustle. She dumpster dives and is clearly very good at it as she rakes in some major dough! Read the full story now.
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Entire 5th Grade Class in Quarantine After Staff Tests Positive for COVID-19

An entire class of fifth graders in Texas is in quarantine after several school employees tested positive for COVID-19. Read the shocking story on RADIO.COM.
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