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Researcher: Blacks Fought for Confederacy

Despite heated denials from many historians, a Palestine historian says he has solid evidence that thousands of black slaves served on the side of the Confederacy in the Civil War.

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Whataburger Sues Bill Collector Over Phone Calls

Nobody likes the way bill collectors do their business.  They call debtors at all hours of day and night at home and at work, but one collector may have gone too far with one debtor in San Antonio.  It got them sued.

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via Flickr/89AKurt
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Did “Smart Meter” Cause House Fire?

A Houston woman is blaming a so-called "Smart Electric Meter" for a fire that destroyed her home.

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via Flickr/EverJean
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Botox Helps Stroke Victims? Who Knew?

It's true.  Botox does a lot more than just smooth out facial wrinkles and make you look younger.  Doctors at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research in Houston are using Botox to help stroke victims regain control of their hands and arms.

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via Flickr/Kristo Hunor
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Study: Half of US Doctors Struggle with Burnout

No matter how "burned out" you may feel about your profession, you may be interested to know there is one job that causes more "burn out" than any other.  USA Today reports a national survey shows more medical doctors suffer job burnout than people in any other profession.

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Brazosport ISD Relaxes Dress Code

Yes indeed the times they are a'changin'. Unlike many school districts across the country, the Brazosport School District near Houston is actually relaxing its dress code. The BISD Dress Code now allows middle and high school boys to have facial hair, wear earrings and -- gasp! -- have shoulder length hair.

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Scott Halleran /Getty Images/Allsport
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Pee Wee Football League Bans 300 Pound Kid

Yes it is possible for a kid to be too big to play football.  A Dallas area Pee Wee football league has ruled that a 300-pound kid who stands six feet one is just too big to play with other kids his age.

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Laurence Griffiths, Getty Images
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Polish Olympian to Sell Bronze Medal to Help Sick Five-Year-Old

The 2012 Summer Games are over. But the Olympic spirit lives on thanks to Polish windsurfer Zofia Noceti-Klepacka, who will fulfill the promise she made to the family of a five-year-old who suffers from cystic fibrosis by selling her bronze medal.

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