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$10 Million Going Toward Health Services in TX

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$10 Million Going Toward Health Services in TX HOUSTON – Texas has the highest rate of uninsured people in the nation, according to census data. So one nonprofit is launching a big effort to try to get more Texans access to health services.

The Episcopal Health Foundation is investing $10 million in dozens of health programs in Texas. …(Read More) …read more

Source:: Texas News Service

      

Spoetzl Brewery to open for tours on Saturdays

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Starting June 16, Spoetzl Brewery, brewer of Shiner Bock, will be open Saturdays for tours. …read more

Source:: Dewitt County – Victoria Advocate

      

Calhoun Port Authority hires additional lawyer for civil lawsuit

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The Calhoun Port Authority hired a separate lawyer to handle the Texas Open Meetings Act violation lawsuit the Victoria Advocate filed against it. …read more

Source:: Dewitt County – Victoria Advocate

      

Prehistoric-looking fish gets modern-day assessment (w/video)

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LOLITA — When he noticed a prehistoric-looking thing rise to the surface of the brackish Navidad River to gulp air, Brent Friedrichs took his finger off his bowstring. …read more

Source:: Dewitt County – Victoria Advocate

      

One suspect dead, another in custody after ATF agent ambushed, shot during undercover operation, officials say

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WLS-TV(CHICAGO) — One suspect is dead and another is in custody after a federal agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was shot multiple times when he and other agents were ambushed during an undercover operation, officials tell ABC News.

The agent was part of the ATF’s ongoing effort to help local authorities go after the “worst of the worst” in the Chicago area, officials told ABC News. Federal agents are trying to help bring the violent crime in Chicago under control, officials said.

The ambush occurred in Gary, Indiana on Thursday, agency officials said. The city is about a 45-minute drive from Chicago.

The agent, whose name was not released, was hospitalized in critical but stable condition, an ATF official told reporters.

Two senior law enforcement officials briefed on the incident told ABC News that the agent was shot twice, in the arm and in the chest, but that his condition was currently considered non-life-threatening.

Agency officials said that the ATF Chicago Field Division responded to the scene in Gary, which is about 30 miles southeast of Chicago.

“ATF Agents are working with us every hour of every day to reduce gun violence in Chicago and it’s beyond a partnership, it’s one team, one fight,” the police department tweeted.

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Source:: National News

      

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