Bob Daemmrich

The Evening Brief: April 5, 2012

Your evening reading: Santorum supporters pushing to make Texas primary winner-take-all; cost of redistricting legal battle for state approaching $1 million; Paul begins California campaign push

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Stewart Rogers: The TT Interview

The manager of a West Texas farm on the oddities of crop insurance, why all the farmers near Lubbock want to grow cotton and why West Texans don't believe in climate change despite the drought and weird weather.

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Bob Daemmrich

The Brief: April 5, 2012

His opponents may be preparing to campaign harder in Texas, but Mitt Romney appears to be winning the state's endorsement race.

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In Austin, Sex Ed via Text Message

Public health officials in Austin, an area with one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the state, have launched an effort to educate teens about sexual health using a familiar medium: their cellphones. Nathan Bernier of KUT News reports on how the effort compares to information students receive in school.

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