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Once a global leader in wool, there are now just two mills operating in the state.
First responders say finding people who call 911 on a map is harder than it seems.
According to one estimate, the national workforce will lose more than a million workers aged under 25 in the next eight years.
The Lone Star State is traditionally a source of financing for national candidates. That role has recently flipped on its head.
In tight labor market, businesses say parking can be a factor in whether employees stay or go.
The trade agreement has passed in the U.S. House, and now moves to the Senate.
The businessman and two-time independent presidential candidate was outspoken on the subject of federal spending.
The market for McCulloch County sand has been drying up.
In some cases, groups trying to solve the problem are competing for funding.
Where touring musicians can't do it, weddings might.