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And the Most Conservative & Most Liberal Cities in Texas Are…

As a world, country, city or town, we all still seem to be divided by who is conservative and who is liberal. The Washington Post recently published a survey of the most conservative and most liberal cities in each state.

As far as Texas goes, you will be surprised to learn that the most liberal city is not Austin.

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Boston Marathon Bombing Verdict: Tsarnaev Found Guilty, Could Face Death Penalty

Dhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty of all serious charges against him.

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Salt: Health Risk or Maybe Not So Much?

 

According to many researchers and scientists, the current guidelines for dietary salt consumption should be changed. Many say that the normal American salt use has no risk, and governmental recommendations for low sodium intake may even be dangerous.

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Duke Beats Wisconsin, 68-63, to Win NCAA Men’s Basketball Title

Tyus Jones scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half, and Duke rallied from a nine-point deficit to beat Wisconsin, 68-63, in the NCAA men’s basketball national championship game in Indianapolis on Monday night.

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Wisconsin Upsets Kentucky, Will Face Duke In Title Game

Wisconsin and Duke each won Final Four games on Saturday to advance to Monday’s national title game. Here’s a recap of the day’s action.

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Marine Recruits Sworn in at ABC Pro Rodeo on ‘American Heroes’ Night

We caught this special moment on video at the ABC Pro Rodeo in Lubbock.

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World Autism Awareness Day Is April 2, 2015

It's World Autism Awareness Day, which is the reason many people are wearing blue today and tweeting selfies with the hashtag #LIUB, which stands for 'light it up blue.'

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Where in the USA Is Cussing Most Widely Accepted?

In this poll from YouGov, it looks like Texas and the South are the least likely to use profanity.

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Parking Assignments for ABC Rodeo and Sports at Texas Tech

With the ABC Rodeo going on and Texas Tech sporting events from April 2-4, parking in Lubbock could get a little busy this weekend.

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Map Shows the Most Common Baby Nicknames for Every State

Almost every parent has a nickname for their baby. This app from Ovia found the most common names, as strange as they are.

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