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In a four-part series, the Tribune took an in-depth look at the workers' compensation system in Texas, so we lead off our playlist of songs inspired by the week's news with Mos Def's "Workers Comp."
Because the University of Texas System announced that it would be launching a full investigation of allegations of favoritism in admissions at the University of Texas at Austin, this week's playlist starts with Santana's "Deeper, Dig Deeper."
President Obama has officially nominated San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro to become the next secretary of housing and urban development, so our playlist inspired by Texas news kicks off with Andy Grammar's "I Choose You."
A delegation of Texans traveled to California this week to woo the makers of the hot sauce Sriracha to the Lone Star State, so we kick off this week's news-inspired playlist with Diane Coffee's "Eat Your Love (With Sriracha)."
Murderer Bernie Tiede, the subject of Richard Linklater's film "Bernie," was released from prison this week on the condition that he live with Linklater, so our playlist starts with Billy Joe and Norah singing "I'm Here To Get My Baby Out of Jail."
In honor of a heated televised debate between state Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro on immigration policy, we kick off this week's news-inspired playlist with "Fight Night" by Migos.
We kick off this week's Texas news-based playlist with "Eyes on the Prize" as sung by Mavis Staples, who participated in the LBJ Presidential Library's three-day summit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Following a spill of thousands of gallons of fuel oil into Galveston Bay, we decided to start this week's playlist of songs inspired by Texas news with Houndmouth's "The Big Oil Spill."