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141 Texas Burn Bans - 8/21/2018 5:24:10 PM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 17:30
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASS, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIBERTY, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PANOLA, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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First Lady Cecilia Abbott Joins Rebuild Texas Fund For Hurricane Harvey Anniversary Tour

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 17:11
First Lady Cecilia Abbott today joined Susan Dell of the Rebuild Texas Fund and Michael & Susan Dell Foundation on a visit to communities damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

First Lady Cecilia Abbott today joined Susan Dell of the Rebuild Texas Fund and Michael & Susan Dell Foundation on a visit to communities damaged by Hurricane Harvey. As the storm’s one year anniversary approaches, the First Lady met with Texans whose homes, schools and businesses were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and received funding from the Rebuild Texas Fund for rebuilding efforts.

"Hurricane Harvey left behind unimaginable destruction," said First Lady Abbott. "But over the course of the past year, we have seen that nothing is more powerful that Texans helping Texans. From first responders, to Texans with fishing boats, NFL players, musicians, business leaders, and generous Texans like Susan and Michael Dell, never before have we seen so many Texans making a difference."

The First Lady first visited Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health in League City, where she was joined by DFPS Commissioner Hank Whitman, Senator Larry Taylor, and others. Devereux received funding from the Texas Center for Child and Family Services, which received a grant from the Rebuild Texas Fund. She then joined Mrs. Dell in visiting

the Ali family residence in the Meyerland neighborhood of Houston whose home was repaired and furnished with the help of funding from BuildAid Houston. They then traveled to Wharton and visited Wharton Elementary School to help unveil a Rigamajig Imagination Playground from KaBOOM!, Wharton Junior High School to tour a MdBio Mobile Science Lab, and Just Do It Now, a community youth center.

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Governor Abbott Hosts Second Education Roundtable At Solar Preparatory School For Girls

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 14:45
Governor Greg Abbott today visited Dallas, Texas, where he hosted his second roundtable discussion focused on improving education across the state.

Governor Greg Abbott today visited Dallas, Texas, where he hosted his second roundtable discussion focused on improving education across the state. During the roundtable, the Governor and local elected officials heard from educators and administrators at the Solar Preparatory School for Girls on potential solutions for issues facing Texas schools.

“We can and we must do more to improve education in Texas,” said Governor Abbott. “Our goal is to set the course for the future of our students, and by working with teachers and administrators we can fulfill our joint obligation to ensure the next generation is more educated than the last. The ideas discussed today will help lawmakers in Austin develop better strategies that will lead to better results for education in Texas.”

Today’s event is the second of two education roundtables hosted by Governor Abbott. Yesterday, Governor Abbott visited Church Hill Middle School discussed the issues in New Braunfels, Texas, where he discussed issues including teacher pay, early education, special education, school finance and school safety.

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Traffic Fatality #42

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 14:31

Case:           18-2291932

Date:            August 17, 2018

Time:            11:47 p.m.

Location:     5900 Middle Fiskville Rd.

Deceased:    Zenaida Mae Adair, White female, (D.O.B. 12-12-90)
  
The preliminary investigation shows that patrol officers were dispatched to the 5900 block of Middle Fiskville Rd. for an auto-pedestrian crash. Officers located a deceased female in the roadway with trauma consistent with being struck by a vehicle. A bus, which remained on scene, ran over the victim as she was lying in the roadway. It is undetermined at this time if the victim was hit by another vehicle, prior to being run over by the bus.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call the APD Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-8544. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s forty-second fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in forty-three fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were forty fatal traffic crashes and forty-two traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

Traffic Fatality #41

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 14:07

Case:           18-2290031

Date:            August 17, 2018

Time:            12:27 a.m.

Location:     12151 N. IH-35 service road northbound

Deceased:    Felecia Daniels, Black female, (DOB: 09-10-69)
  
The preliminary investigation shows that a white, 2012 Infinity was traveling northbound at high rate of speed in the 12000 block of N. IH-35 service rd. It left the roadway for unknown reasons, causing the vehicle to flip several times. The driver and lone occupant of the vehicle was transported to Round Rock Hospital where she died as a result of her injuries.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call the APD Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-8544. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s forty-first fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in forty-two fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were forty fatal traffic crashes and forty-two traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

Traffic Fatality #40

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 14:06

Case:           18-2191531

Date:            August 7, 2018

Time:            6:52 p.m.

Location:     7400 block of Vintage Hills Dr.  

Deceased:    Patrick Hilliard, Black male (D.O.B. 6-13-72)
  
The preliminary investigation shows that a 2005 Honda motorcycle was traveling northbound on Vintage Hills Dr. when the driver lost control and struck a dumpster. The driver of the motorcycle was transported to Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas where he was pronounced deceased at 7:48 p.m.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call the APD Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-3761. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s fortieth fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in forty-one fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were thirty-nine fatal traffic crashes and forty-one traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

$471,650 in grant funds available for prescribed burning

TFS Texas Forest Service - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 12:31

$471,650 in grant funds available for prescribed burning COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Some Texas landowners may be eligible for funding to help with prescribed burning costs on private lands.   Now through Sept. 28, 2018, Texas A&M Forest Service is accepting grant applications to cover

Texas A&M Forest Service Honored for Achievement in GIS

TFS Texas Forest Service - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 12:31

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — July 11, 2018 — Esri, the global leader in spatial analytics, presented Texas A&M Forest Service with their Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award on July 11 at the annual Esri User Conference. Selected from over 300,000 eligible candidates, Texas A&M Forest Service

APD Seeking Assistance in Aggravated Assault

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 11:44

Case #:      18-2251948
                       
Date:         Monday, August 13th, 2018
 
Time:         Approximately 11:35 p.m.
 
Location:   11316 Farmhaven Rd.
        
On Monday, August 13th, 2018 at approximately 11:35 p.m., APD officers responded to a call for service at 11316 Farmhaven RD. A 911 caller said someone had been shot. The caller was not able to tell the call taker the exact location and was only able to give the general vicinity. The location of the shots fired was an elementary school, but no one was present and the school was not picked as a target location.
 
With the assistance of Travis County Deputies, Austin Police Officers searched the Harris Branch Neighborhood for the victim. Within minutes the juvenile victim was located in the 1100 block of Barns Trail, nearly a half-mile from where the assault occurred. The victim was transported to Dell Seton Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. The victim remains hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
 
The initial investigation revealed the juvenile victim was at this location with another person when shot by several individuals. The other person was not injured. 
 
Officers and detectives are currently working on leads and gathering information. 

No suspect description is available at this time.
 
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Violent Crimes Unit at (512) 974-4919 or Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or text "Tip 103" + your message to CRIMES. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.                                                                                                                                    
  

APD offers back to school safety tips for 2018/2019

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 11:41

Tomorrow marks the beginning of a new school year for Austin area children. One of Austin Police Department’s (APD) top priorities is helping ensure our children get to school safely, whether traveling by bus, foot, bike or car. Our goal is to provide Austin children the safest environment while traveling to and from school.
 
With this in mind, APD will be conducting a Back-to-School Traffic Safety Initiative beginning August 20-31, 2018. This will be the first of multiple School Zone Traffic Safety Initiatives that will continue throughout the school year.
 
Officers will focus enforcement efforts in Austin school zones, looking for drivers committing the following violations:

  • Using wireless communication devices; including the use of any cell phone, with the exception of “hands-free”, for making calls, texting, emailing or messaging
     
  • Speeding in school zones
     
  • Disregarding school crossing guards
     
  • Failing to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks
     
  • Passing school buses while loading and unloading
     
  • Following too closely or aggressive driving behavior that may endanger children or parents

The Austin Police Department would like to remind drivers to:

  • Provide yourself with extra time when leaving to work or coming home in the afternoon. The beginning of the new school year always means more vehicles and pedestrians traveling on our roadways.
     
  • Buckle Up!  Please make sure you and your children wear seat belts when traveling in a vehicle. Remember, child passenger safety seats are required for children under 8 years of age or children less than 4’9” tall. 
     
  • Put down that cell phone! In addition to the City’s Hands-Free Ordinance, the State of Texas prohibits the use of any wireless communication device while in a school zone unless their vehicle is stopped or they’re using a “hands-free” device. 
     
  • Slow down and take the time to look again at intersections or anywhere children and parents are walking to and from school. Whether on foot, bike or bus, we want everyone to arrive alive. 
     
  • Be courteous to other drivers and drive safely.

Tips for pedestrians:

  • Use a crossing guard if one is available and follow their instructions
     
  • Always cross at intersections. Look left, then right, then left again before proceeding
     
  • Look for traffic when stepping off a bus or from behind parked cars
     
  • Passengers should enter/exit a car from the curb side of the street
     
  • Make eye contact with drivers before you cross the street
     
  • Walk with children to show them the correct way to cross at a crosswalk

Tips for those riding a bicycle:

  • Wear a helmet and any other safety gear needed
     
  • Use a backpack to carry your books, etc.
     
  • Learn and use hand signals
     
  • Watch for traffic and obey traffic laws

Stranger Danger – Parent/Child Safety Tips:

  • You can help by engaging with your children, discussing personal safety and stranger danger
     
  • Teach your children to watch out for strangers in cars, anyone that follows them in a car or yells out to them
     
  • Children should never approach a stranger in a car or get in a car with a stranger
     
  • They should never accept any kind of gift, candy, etc. from a stranger
     
  • If a stranger approaches them on foot or in a vehicle, teach them to run and tell an adult
     
  • Don’t talk to strangers 
     
  • Don’t go anywhere with someone you don’t know
     
  • Stay more than an arm’s reach from strangers. If you are approached by a stranger, seek help immediately
     
  • Trust your instincts, if you feel you are being followed or something is not right, seek help immediately
     
  • Use the buddy system, avoid walking alone
     
  • Review contact telephone numbers and home safety practices with your children
     
  • When seeking help, always go to a trusted adult – teacher, coach, police officer, other parent or older siblings
     
  • If a stranger grabs you, do everything you can to stop him or her from pulling you away. Drop to the ground, kick, hit, bite, and scream. Do whatever it takes to attract the attention of others who can help you. If someone is dragging you away, scream, “this is not my dad,” or “this is not my mom!”
     

Report any suspicious activity to your local school and police department

Governor Abbott Appoints Dorton To The Family Practice Residency Advisory Committee

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Tue, 08/21/2018 - 10:02
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Todd Dorton to the Family Practice Residency Advisory Committee for a term set to expire on August 29, 2019.

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Todd Dorton to the Family Practice Residency Advisory Committee for a term set to expire on August 29, 2019. The committee reviews, for the Higher Education Coordinating Board, applications for approval and funding of family practice residency training programs and related support programs.

Todd Dorton of Waco is president and CEO of Ethos Risk Advisors, LLC. He is a member of the Waco Business League and the Ukrainian Economic Reform Committee. Dorton received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University. 

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Governor Abbott Hosts Education Roundtable At Church Hill Middle School

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Mon, 08/20/2018 - 13:28
Governor Greg Abbott today held an education roundtable in New Braunfels, Texas, aimed at developing ideas to improve education across the state.

Governor Greg Abbott today held an education roundtable in New Braunfels, Texas, aimed at developing ideas to improve education across the state. The roundtable, which took place at Church Hill Middle School, was held with educators, administrators and local elected officials, and allowed the Governor to discuss proposals designed to reform education in Texas by elevating the teaching profession and focusing on student outcomes. Teachers and education professionals also shared their ideas and best practices for how to improve education in Texas.

“The educators that participated in today’s roundtable did what they do best, they taught us what we need to know to improve our schools in Texas,” said Governor Abbott. “As we approach this next legislative session, one of my top goals is to improve education by investing more in our teachers and students. I look forward to taking the examples and ideas provided by tremendous educators at Church Hill Middle school back to the Capitol to begin hammering out some very meaningful solutions."

Today’s event is the first of two education roundtables hosted by Governor Abbott. Tomorrow, he will speak with educators and administrators at Solar Preparatory School for Girls in Dallas, Texas.

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Governor Abbott Appoints Lindley To Texas Commission On Environmental Quality

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Mon, 08/20/2018 - 11:44
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Emily Lindley to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for a term set to expire on August 31, 2023.

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Emily Lindley to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for a term set to expire on August 31, 2023. The commission protects the state's public health and natural resources consistent with sustainable economic development.

Emily Lindley of Austin most recently served as chief of staff for the Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 Administrator. She also has over 10 years of experience at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, where she served as the special assistant to the Deputy Executive Director. She is a member of the Austin Women’s Symphony League and the Baylor Women’s League of Austin. Additionally, she is a former volunteer for Meals on Wheels and former membership chair and former treasurer of Young Texans Against Cancer. Lindley received a Bachelor of Arts in social work from Baylor University and completed the Governor’s Executive Development Program at The University of Texas at Austin L.B.J. School of Public Affairs in 2016.

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140 Texas Burn Bans - 8/20/2018 08:19:17

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Mon, 08/20/2018 - 09:31
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, SWISHER, TARRANT, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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Reward Offered for Most Wanted Sex Offender with ties to Laredo and San Antonio

State - TX - DPS - Mon, 08/20/2018 - 00:00
AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Raul Alejandro Martinez, 46, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list, and a cash reward of up to $5,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture

140 Texas Burn Bans - 8/17/2018 4:47:27 PM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Fri, 08/17/2018 - 17:31
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, SWISHER, TARRANT, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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141 Texas Burn Bans - 8/17/2018 8:13:01 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Fri, 08/17/2018 - 08:31
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HEMPHILL, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, SWISHER, TARRANT, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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142 Texas Burn Bans - 8/16/2018 10:15:29 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Thu, 08/16/2018 - 10:30
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HEMPHILL, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOOD, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, SWISHER, TARRANT, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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144 Texas Burn Bans - 8/16/2018 8:27:16 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Thu, 08/16/2018 - 08:31
ANDERSON, ARCHER, ARMSTRONG, BAILEY, BASTROP, BAYLOR, BELL, BEXAR, BLANCO, BORDEN, BRAZOS, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, BROWN, BURLESON, BURNET, CALDWELL, CALLAHAN, CAMP, CARSON, CASTRO, CHEROKEE, CHILDRESS, CLAY, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COLLIN, COLORADO, COMAL, COMANCHE, CONCHO, CORYELL, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DALLAS, DEWITT, DICKENS, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EASTLAND, ECTOR, EDWARDS, EL PASO, FALLS, FAYETTE, FLOYD, FOARD, FRANKLIN, FREESTONE, FRIO, GARZA, GILLESPIE, GLASSCOCK, GRIMES, GUADALUPE, HALE, HALL, HAMILTON, HARDEMAN, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HAYS, HEMPHILL, HILL, HOCKLEY, HOOD, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JACK, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, LAMB, LAMPASAS, LEE, LEON, LIMESTONE, LIPSCOMB, LLANO, MADISON, MARION, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MCCULLOCH, MCLENNAN, MENARD, MIDLAND, MILAM, MILLS, MONTAGUE, MORRIS, NAVARRO, OLDHAM, PARMER, PECOS, POTTER, PRESIDIO, RAINS, REAGAN, RED RIVER, REEVES, REFUGIO, ROBERTSON, ROCKWALL, RUNNELS, RUSK, SAN PATRICIO, SMITH, SOMERVELL, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, SWISHER, TARRANT, TERRELL, TERRY, THROCKMORTON, TOM GREEN, TRAVIS, UPSHUR, UPTON, VAL VERDE, VAN ZANDT, VICTORIA, WALKER, WARD, WEBB, WHEELER, WICHITA, WILBARGER, WILLACY, WILLIAMSON, WILSON, WINKLER, WISE, WOOD, YOAKUM, YOUNG, ZAPATA, ZAVALA
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DPS Reminds Texans to Download Free iWatchTexas App

State - TX - DPS - Thu, 08/16/2018 - 00:00
AUSTIN - As the new school year begins, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding all Texans including school staff, parents, students and community members to download the new iWatchTexas mobile app to help law enforcement protect Texans

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