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UT-Austin says evidence "does not support a finding" that Charles Schwertner violated Title IX by sending lewd texts: Editor's note: This story contains explicit language. The University of Texas at Austin has closed its investigation into state Sen. Charles Schwertner, finding "available evidence does not support a finding" that the Georgetown Republican was not responsible of sending sexually-explici...
Texas has failed to close educational gaps for kids of color. In Edgewood ISD, the fallout has lasted generations.: SAN ANTONIO — Diana Herrera remembers sitting in an Edgewood High School class, listening for her name over the school intercom as the counseling department called students in for college guidance. She had never spoken to a counselor until she marched into their offices that day in 1969 ...
In Texas, "a perception that tuberculosis no longer exists" raises alarm for legislative attention: SAN ANTONIO – Abimbola Ibitoye was positive her medicine was killing her. That’s how Ibitoye, who has been hospitalized since July at the Texas Center for Infectious Disease, describes her experience after being diagnosed with tuberculosis. She was taking 13 pills at the time to combat t...

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