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An appeals court has stayed an injunction that had blocked enforcement of parts of Texas' new voter registration laws.

For the eighth time, Parkland Hospital’s Trauma Center has passed a critical review by the American College of Surgeons. The recent survey reverified Parkland as a Level One trauma center, the highest classification.

A battery recycling plant in Frisco will close by the end of the year after reaching a $45 million deal that could settle years of disputes over pollution and ground contamination.

Retail gasoline prices across Texas continue their slide and are down another nickel a gallon this week to average $3.51.

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Dozens of upper-level DISD administrators could lose their jobs as new Superintendent Mike Miles restructures his leadership team.

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The cost of owning a car is up about 2% in 2012. AAA’s annual survey says it costs to drive an average sedan is 59.6 cents a mile.

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It’s “Spring Break” this week for most North Texas public schools and universities, but fewer students and families are planning out-of-town road trips. KERA’s BJ Austin says they’re sticking to the local freeways and attractions closer to home.

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A survey finds retail gasoline prices across Texas have jumped a nickel in the past week.

American Airlines' parent company, now in bankruptcy protection, says its stock will be dropped from the New York Stock Exchange.

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Gov. Rick Perry's name will not be on Virginia's March 6 Republican presidential primary ballot.  The Republican Party of Virginia said Friday that Perry's campaign had failed to gather the required 10,000 signatures of registered voters, the threshold to get on the primary ballot.