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    Family of Texas Cowboys pledge requests investigation following deadly crash

    The family of Nicholas Cumberland has asked for an investigation into alleged hazing at this year’s Texas Cowboys initiation retreat, according to a statement provided to The Daily Texan. Read this story

  • November 16, 2018 12:25 AM

    For the last home football game of the season, the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium will have its own broadband network solely for emergency responders.

  • November 16, 2018 12:09 AM

    UT alumna Latosha Lewis Payne and other 16 women are among the 59 Democratic judges who were elected in Harris County, which has a population of more than 4.5 million and includes Houston.

  • November 14, 2018 11:47 PM

    After an influx of calls related to the May 2017 on-campus stabbing came in, UT Police Department dispatchers found it difficult to cope with the stress of their jobs. Because of this, UTPD dispatch supervisor Kim Schultz decided to bring her 14-year-old Dachshund, Bella, into the dispatch center.

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    The 2018 Texas Cross Country season concluded Saturday at the NCAA Cross Country National Championships meet held at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course in Madison, Wisconsin. The Longhorn men finished 27th overall, and for the second consecutive season, the women placed 31st.
  • Longhorns overcome shooting slump to silence Bulldogs

    During each home game of this young season, the men's basketball team has battled neck-and-neck with the visitor in first halves before abruptly pulling away with double-digit victories. Episode III of the recurring result aired Friday night, resulting in a 97-69 Texas triumph over The Citadel.

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  • Supplemental housing serves as temporary solution, most students choose to make it permanent

    At the beginning of the semester, students hauled boxes and shouldered suitcases into their new homes. The majority were setting up their living spaces for the next year, but for students assigned a supplemental contract, the rooms’ permanence remained to be seen.
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    Connor Smith was a freshman in high school when his family lost their health insurance. By junior year, his mental health had deteriorated. Due to his family’s inability to pay for health services, he began to self-medicate using Xanax purchased off the black market.