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Sports Tributes

Texas' biggest and brightest athletes celebrated in new State Fair exhibit

By Alex Bentley

We love our sports here in Texas, so it's only natural that the 2014 State Fair of Texas would get in on the action with a new exhibit titled Texas Sports Legends that honors some of the bigges ...

George H.W.'s 90th Birthday

George H.W. Bush is turning 90 and the hard partying's already begun

By Shelby Hodge

Former President George H.W. Bush has so many friends and admirers, there is no telling how many times he will be feted for his upcoming 90th birthday. Although he doesn't reach that ...

Foodie News

Nolan Ryan's beef cookbook is genius: Move over George Foreman

By Sarah Rufca

Nolan Ryan isn't just a baseball player or a legend, he is a golden god. Growing up in the 1980s in Texas means that I know an inordinate amount of guys my age named Nolan. Back when there ...

Beyond the Boxscore

Roger Clemens takes advantage of meek minor leaguers: AARP Rocket not Majors-ready, but oh, the joy

By Chris Baldwin

SUGAR LAND —The opposing team's catcher lingers back for a moment, trying to gauge the right time to ask the great man for an audience. In the end, Luis Rodriguez cannot find one. ...

The Big Gun

Adrian Peterson is in it to win it: Hires super attorney Rusty Hardin to clear his name

By Chris Baldwin

NFL superstar Adrian Peterson doesn't just want his bad night in Houston to go away. The Minnesota Vikings running back made it clear on Monday that he plans to try and fight to clear his n ...

Government Goes 0 for 3

What the F? Supreme Court ruling on TV indecency leaves no resolution in sight

By Bill Van Rysdam

So here’s the scenario. A media company broadcasts something the Federal Communications Commission deems indecent. The FCC decides to revise its policy in response to the broadcast and then f ...

crime and punishment

Snooze-fest is over: Roger Clemens found not guilty on all counts in perjury trial

By Whitney Radley

The snooze-fest has ended in Roger Clemens' favor: On Monday, a Washington, D.C. jury found the baseball great not guilty on all counts in a trial that lasted more than eight weeks and was mark ...

Pettitte the key

Government strikes out against Roger Clemens: Mistrial declared in steroids perjury trial

By Chris Baldwin

Add another strikeout victim to Roger Clemens' career tally: The U.S. Government. The judge just declared a mistrial in the perjury case against the polarizing baseball icon and will hear a ...

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