Gage Skidmore

The Evening Brief: Feb. 29, 2012

Your evening reading: new Paul ad slams Republican rivals, including Romney; high school association criticized for denying Jewish day school's shot at title; Cruz video hits "timid career politician" Dewhurst

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Todd Wiseman

The Weekly TribCast: Episode 121

Evan, Ross, Reeve and Ben talk about the legacy of Ron Paul, the ramifications of the state's new political maps, and a Texas lawmaker's contingency plans for an asteroid attack.

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Survivor of 1990 Attack Suggests Link to Murders

Police never identified the tall, thin, long-haired man who more than 20 years ago beat Debi Scott with a rotten log as she slept. She thinks her attacker was probably Mark Norwood, who is in Williamson County Jail awaiting trial on a murder charge.

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Jason Brackins

The Evening Brief: Feb. 28, 2012

Your evening reading: court delivers redistricting maps, in time for May 29 primary; seven Texans indicted in massive health care fraud case; Railroad Commission elects new chairman

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Illustration by Todd Wiseman

Court Delivers Maps for Texas House, Congress

UPDATED: Federal judges in San Antonio unveiled maps for the state's congressional delegation and for the state House this afternoon, and did it in time to allow the state to hold its delayed political primaries on May 29. The court also signed off on Senate plans agreed to earlier this month.

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