TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 1/9/12

Ron Paul heads south riding the momentum of a second-place finish in New Hampshire, while Rick Perry has already made himself a fixture in the Palmetto State.

Perry launched his campaign for president exactly five months ago in Charleston, S.C. Once a front-runner in the Palmetto State, Perry is now hoping for a comeback to get some much-needed momentum.

Perry, polling in single digits in crucial South Carolina, is stepping up his attacks on the business record of GOP front-runner Mitt Romney.

Rick Perry’s 28-year-old son, Griffin, has propelled himself into the headlines — and injected some much-needed energy ...

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