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Austin Police Chief Brian Manley (from left), ATF Special Agent in Charge Fred Milanowski and FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs at a news conference on Monday in Austin, Texas. They said a bomb that exploded Sunday night appeared to have used a tripwire. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Investigators Say Austin 'Serial Bomber' May Have Used Tripwire In Latest Blast

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Signs mark a polling site as early voting begins began on Feb. 20 in San Antonio. Early voting in Texas ran through last Friday, March 2. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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In Texas Primary, Early Signs Of A 2018 Democratic Surge

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Texas land commissioner George P. Bush attends a 2016 Veterans Day celebration. He's running for reelection with President Trump's endorsement, two years after his father's presidential bid failed amid withering insults from Trump. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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The Last Bush Tries To Survive In The Party Of Trump

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This photo combo shows death row immates, from left, Thomas Whitaker from Texas, whose sentence was commuted Thursday, Doyle Lee Hamm from Alabama, and Eric Scott Branch from Florida. AP hide caption

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The Southeast is preparing for the first winter storm this season. Though precipitation is expected, warmer air and ground temperatures should prevent serious sticking or freezing. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Chorizo and egg, papas rancheras and country guisado tacos on handmade flour tortillas from Mendez Cafe in San Antonio. Mike Sutter/San Antonio Express-News hide caption

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This Food Critic's Quest To Eat A Taco A Day For A Year Is Almost A Wrap

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A week after a gunmen killed more than two dozen at the First Baptist Church there, hundreds gathered in Sutherland Springs, Texas. for the congregation's first Sunday service since the attack. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Shannan Wheeler says he suffered chemical injuries on his arms after a fire broke out at the Arkema chemical plant 3 miles from where he lives. He's now part of a lawsuit against the company. William Chambers for NPR hide caption

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After Chemical Fires, Texans Worry About Toxic Effects

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Austin City Council member Delia Garza attended the Women's March on Austin with colleagues Pio Renteria and Austin Mayor Steve Adler at the Texas State Capitol in January. Martin do Nascimento/KUT News hide caption

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Facing Discrimination In Public Life, Latinos Stay Positive About Government

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Christy Torres of Foundations Communities in Austin contacts people who bought insurance on Healthcare.Gov. to tell them it's almost time to renew. Martin Do Nascimento/KUT hide caption

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With Federal Funds Cut, Others Must Lead Health Insurance Sign-Up Efforts

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