Angela Washeck

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Texas Farmers are Nation’s Second-Most Aged

Many Texas farmers are on the cusp of retirement, but young people don't seem eager to replace them.

Moldy Jesus Visits Shower in Splendora

Yet another person has found what she believes is the image of Jesus in an unlikely place.

Couple Living in Home Psychic Said Was Scene of Mass Grave Sues Several

Two Liberty County residents claim "Angel" the psychic, the Liberty County Sheriff's Office, and a number of news organizations caused them financial and mental damages.

New A&M Study Finds “Castle Laws” Escalate Violence

Researchers from Texas A&M found that laws similar to Texas's castle doctrine actually lead to more homicides instead of deterring crime.

Who Vandalized the Menil Collection's Picasso?

Last week, a man dressed in a suit and sunglasses casually spray-painted the word "conquista" and stenciled a bull over a 1929 Picasso at the Menil Collection before walking out.

Why Celltex Might Be in Trouble

A preliminary report from the FDA contains telling observations about Celltex, the company that Rick Perry worked with last year for his experimental back surgery.

Waco Man Allegedly Eats Family Dog

A 22-year-old Waco man allegedly beat, choked, and ate parts of his family dog in a K-2-fueled rage.

Meet the Alleged Copper Thieves Who Butt-Dialed 911 Mid-Crime

A 911 dispatcher tipped off police while listening to two Lufkin men discuss the copper they were reportedly stealing. Oops.

UT Professor Hacks Drone

With approval from the Department of Homeland Security, engineering professor Todd Humphreys and a group of students successfully hacked into a UAV's GPS system.

Man Allegedly Collects Dead Mother's Social Security for 26 Years

An investigation by the SSA found that a Conroe man has been cashing in on his deceased mother's social security checks since 1984.

Texas Performs Sixth Execution of 2012

Yokamon Hearn was also the first person in Texas to be executed with the new single-ingredient lethal formula, pentobarbital.

A&M Conservative Group Releases Controversial Ad

The Texas Aggie Conservatives, a student organization well-versed in arousing political dialogue on A&M's campus, released a recruitment ad last month that some consider racist.

10 Texan Olympians to Watch

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games kick off today, and our state will be well represented in London. Here are ten of the Texan athletes you should be watching.

A Day Before the Senate Runoff, David Dewhurst Visits Chick-fil-A

On the eve of the Republican runoff for U.S. Senate, the Lite Guv paid the chicken chain a visit.

SMU Football Players Accuse Prostitute of Theft

Three SMU athletes claim a woman stole over $3,000 in electronics from their home after one of them didn't pay her for sexual acts.

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