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Effects of a devastating drought in West Texas in 2011. (Photo courtesy U.S. Department of Agriculture.)

In Texas, extreme weather is the new normal

by Mose Buchele, KUT/StateImpact Texas | Nov 06, 2012

Increasingly hot summers and new extreme weather patterns have helped activists raise awareness of climate change. But in Texas, weather that once would have been considered extreme has become commonplace.

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Festivals
Tequila Group

Annual shrimp cook-off Nov. 4 in Port Isabel

Allan Hollander, Tequila Group | Oct 29, 2012

The 19th Annual World's Championship Shrimp Cook-Off will take place in Port Isabel Nov. 4 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Ranching
U.S. National Archives

Prospects good for Texas deer season

Steve Lightfoot, Texas Parks and Wildlife | Oct 29, 2012

Anticipating deer season? Texas hunters have a whole lot to look forward to.

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Ranching
U.S. Dept. of Energy

After Dallas quake, questions about links to fracking

Mose Buchele, KUT/StateImpact Texas | Oct 02, 2012

A series of small earthquakes in the Dallas region has prompted another round of speculation about the link between seismic activity and oil and gas drilling in North Texas.

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Blogs
OuchMyEgo.com

Twin Shadow takes Texas, McAllen by Storm

George Dean, OuchMyEgo.com | Oct 01, 2012

We sat down with artist Twin Shadow for an interview about his visit to McAllen.

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