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AUSTIN – This month, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) answered Governor Greg Abbott’s call to action for state agencies by launching a new public awareness campaign to highlight the dangers of fentanyl. The multi-pronged campaign includes posting informational signage in DPS buildings, public service announcements at driver license offices statewide and publishing a webpage offering valuable resources.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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AUSTIN — Texas Secretary of State John Scott is encouraging all eligible Texas voters to make sure they are registered to vote by Oct. 11 to participate in the upcoming Nov. 8 General Election. Texas law requires eligible voters to be registered 30 days before Election Day, and since the 30th day before Nov. 8 falls on the Sunday before Columbus Day, eligible Texas voters effectively have two extra days to register this year (Texas Election Code Sec. 13.143(e)). Secretary Scott urged Texas voters to visit the state’s official voting web site — VoteTexas.gov — for accurate and comprehensive information on voting in Texas.

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Heavy rains through Texas last week caused flooding, particularly in the Dallas area, prompting Gov. Greg Abbott to issue a disaster declaration for 23 affected counties. Texans who were affected by the rain, which dumped more than 10 inches in Dallas, are encouraged to file insurance claims…

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 5-7.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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As we cross the halfway point of July, wildfire danger continues to increase across the state. On Friday, Texas A&M Forest Service firefighters responded to 15 new wildfires that burned 651 acres. As of Sunday, there were eight active wildfires; the largest was the Nethery Road Fire in Kimble County, involving an estimated 3,500 acres. It has been 70% contained.

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The Texas Department of Transportation is seeking public feedback on the draft Unified Transportation Program for 2023. This program is the state’s 10-year plan for transportation projects.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

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Early voting in the May 24 primary run-off elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s run-off election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s run-off election.

As we enter severe weather season, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which begins at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, April 23 and ends at midnight on Monday, April 25.

In February, the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, NRI, released its Texas Land Trends program 2022 Landowner Survey to learn more about the needs, preferences, concerns and challenges landowners face regarding everyday management of their land. Now NRI would like to hear from Texas landowners again — this time, about water.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine has begun, concerns grow about current and potential emergency needs of the Ukraine people. Generous donors want to help by supporting charities that are raising funds for assistance. BBB Wise Giving Alliance offers the following tips for donors to consider…

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Soil moisture levels continue to decline in most areas of the state after a months-long dry spell as warm-season crop plantings and preparations increase.