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Weather Whys Jan. 22, 2015

Q: You hear a lot about El Niño and La Niña. What's the difference? A: The main difference between the two involves water temperature, explains Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. More specifically, El Niño and La Niña – both Spanish for…
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Update from Congressman Will Hurd, Jan. 15, 2015

Working to fulfill his promise to find solutions that will secure our border and enforce our laws, Republican Representative Will Hurd of Texas intends to vote to pass the House appropriations bill that will fund the Department of Homeland Security and…
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"For Richer For Poorer, In Sickness And In Health, To Love"

I know Christmas is over for this year, but there are a few "leftovers" hanging around in all our homes. There is leftover pie, leftover presents, and maybe even a leftover cousin you find in that back bedroom that never went home. Leftover decorations…
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Weather Whys from Texas A&M: December 4,2014

Q: Is the saying "red sky at night, sailor's delight, red sky at morning, sailor take warning" really accurate? A: Generally, the answer is yes, says Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. The saying has been around for thousands of years…
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Feature: "New Mexico Roadblocks"

It's happening now just a few short hour's drive from Van Horn. People from around the world are congregating near the small town of San Antonio, New Mexico, in witness to one of nature's marveled wonders. The event celebrates the annual…
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Weather Whys: November 20, 2014

Q: What is a lunar rainbow? A: It's a rainbow that has been formed by moonlight instead of sunlight, says Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. "A lunar rainbow is sometimes called a moonbow, but they're the same thing," he explains.…
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Update from Congressman Pete Gallego, Nov. 13, 2014

This week, we celebrated Veterans Day. For two years, I've had the privilege of meeting with members of our community when they come to visit Washington, DC. From the White House to the Lincoln Memorial, the area has many great sights that leave…
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Veterans Day by Gil Potts

At the end of World Wars I and II, returning veterans were met with confetti and parades. They fought and won the war, and our soldiers received a hard-earned, well-deserved hero's welcome. "To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day…
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Weather Whys from Texas A&M Nov. 14, 2014

Q: Does an "Indian Summer" occur everywhere in the U.S.? A: Technically, no, says Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. The term "Indian Summer" is rather vague and has been around at least 300 years. "According to the American…
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