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GD Withdrawal Shakes Up TX Competition

Mar 29, 2015 •
WASHINGTON — The decision by General Dynamics Information Systems & Technology to remove itself as the prime contractor on the T-100 has thrown the competition to develop the US Air Force's next-generation trainer into disarray. General Dynamics ... More

TX Buy Could Grow by 200 Jets

Mar 31, 2015 •
WASHINGTON — If the US Air Force decides to move in the direction of a unified undergraduate jet trainer, the winner of the T-X trainer replacement competition could see its production run jump by an estimated 200 jets. However, that decision is still ... More

HONK!TX parade, 03.29.15

Mar 29, 2015 • Austin American-Statesman
Members of the Minor Mishap Marching Band dance as they play during the annual Honk!TX parade on Sunday, March 29, 2015. HONK!TX is a free Festival of Community Street Bands, with events held throughout the weekend culminating in a parade and ... More

Textron Eyes Scorpion CAS, TX Missions

Mar 31, 2015 •
WASHINGTON — Textron AirLand's Scorpion jet continues to look for a first customer, but the company remains optimistic about the future of its ISR/light strike platform. In a March interview, Bill Anderson, president of Textron AirLand, told Defense ... More

TX Father of Four Killed in Road Rage Shooting

Apr 1, 2015 •
(Photo: PASADENA, TX POLICE DEPT.) 1 CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. PASADENA, Texas (KHOU) — A father of four was fatally shot at his home after a minor traffic altercationturned into a case of road rage, Pasadena Police said. More

University in TX to pay Matthew McConaughey $135K to speak

Apr 1, 2015 • KPHO Phoenix
Matthews McConaughey will receive more than $135,000 for a university commencement speech. (Source: CNN). HOUSTON (CNN) - Matthew McConaughey is set to receive $135,000 for a university commencement speech in Texas. More

Lobbyist-Politicians Targeted in Ethics Bill

Mar 30, 2015 • Texas Tribune
Texas lawmakers considered legislation Monday that could bar several elected officials from holding their posts in the future, including a moderate member of the ideologically divided State Board of Education. The disqualification provision is ... More

TX Man Accused Of Posing As Officer To Cut Into Fast-Food Line

Mar 31, 2015 • 10TV
ODESSA, Texas - A West Texas man has been charged with impersonating an officer by using sirens and flashing lights to skip to the head of the drive-thru line at a fast-food restaurant. Odessa police say Michael Chico was arrested after an off-duty ... More


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