Columnist, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
srh.noaa.gov — This violent tornado began 2 miles southwest of Holdenville at 7:05 pm CST and moved northeastward through the city before turning to the north and dissipating 1 mile north of Holdenville. Unfortunately, it killed 5 people and injured another 32 people. Thirty-eight homes were destroyed, and another 188 homes were damaged.
star-telegram.com — Issues of transparency and ethics in government and political campaigns have received mixed reaction from the Texas Legislature this year, but they'll come up again Monday when the House considers an omnibus ethics bill. It should make for some interesting debates between lawmakers who are for open government and those who just say they are.
star-telegram.com — If it wasn't Judgment Day, it felt close. As worshipers huddled to study the Great Hailstorm of Bible prophecy Wednesday night, something began pounding the roof of Calvary Church in Granbury. "It sounded like a hundred men pounding baseball bats," said pastor Jacob Stump, teaching the book of Revelation.
blog.chron.com — A conservative blogger with close ties to an influential limited-government group in Austin used gay slurs towards another Republican strategist and lawmakers on both his personal account and an anonymous account. The anonymous account since has been deleted.
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