TEXAS hog hunters are going ape slaughtering dangerous wild boars, who have multiplied “like fire ants” and threaten people, livestock, pets, and crops with their eat-anything antics!
Experts estimate more than three million of the beasts — weighing up to 500 pounds and armed with rows of razor-sharp tusks — are running amuck in the Lone Star State, which has declared war on the porkers.
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FLOYD'S KILLER COP MARKED FOR DEATH!
Experts warn rogue lawman won’t leave prison alive
ROYAL FEUD BY THE NUMBERS!
Mixing mystic arts to explain the pain
Scientist creates first human-ape embryo!
COVIDIOT TED LEARNS TRUTH THE HARD WAY
Now, even after battling the virus, he’s still refusing to get vaccinated!
ROSEANNE OUT FOR REVENGE!
Plots TV comeback three years after fired from sitcom
NANCY REAGAN WAS A HOPELESS ADDICT!
First lady couldn’t say no to pills!
Road repair sweetheart blown away on street
GHISLAINE MAXWELL'S PHOTO NIGHTMARE!
Shocking evidence she doesn't want sex crime jury to see
DIVORCING De NIRO: ROMANCE IS BULL!
Swears off women as he accuses wife of spending him into the poorhouse
BRAD PITT WHEELCHAIR DRAMA!
Hunk rolled out of medical facility after treatment
Austin, Reluctant Boomtown
Residents fear that the wave of tech workers arriving will turn the city into San Francisco
THE RIGHT TO AN ABORTION ISN'T GOING AWAY
WHILE OVERTURNING ROE V. WADE WOULD LEAD TO NEW RESTRICTIONS IN MANY STATES, LEGAL ACCESS TO ABORTION WOULD BE UNAFFECTED IN MOST OF THE COUNTRY.
TEXAS AG SAYS PROBE TO CONTINUE DESPITE TWITTER LAWSUIT
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said that a lawsuit by Twitter won’t deter his office from investigating the content moderation practices of the social media giant and four other major technology companies.
WHY TEXAS BROKE
The state is famous for its energy industry. But a winter storm left millions without power and water. How did things go so wrong—and what, if any, will change?
ESCAPE TO QUARANTINE SHORE THE TEXAS 200 IN 2020
It is almost dark. The sun has finally hit the horizon as I tack down Matagorda Bay towards Pass Cavallo.
AFTER TOP STAFF EXODUS, TEXAS AG SEEKS $43M FOR GOOGLE SUIT
The mass exodus of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s top staff over accusations of bribery against their former boss has left the Republican seeking $43 million in public funds to replace some of them with outside lawyers to lead a high-profile antitrust lawsuit against Google.
CAPTAIN MURCHISON - Texas Game Wardens gain crime-fighting advantage in the Gulf of Mexico
It’s a cat-and-mouse game on the high seas: Unlicensed commercial fisher-men from Mexico head north into Texas waters in small, swift boats called “lanchas,” hoping to catch a haul of seafood before the authorities catch them.
SECOND TIME AROUND
After a shady shop pulled a huge scam restoring his 1969 Camaro, the owner ended up building the car of his dreams
A Showstopping ’68 Chevrolet K5 Blazer
On the Trail to Texas Statehood
Discover the Lone Star State, from Nacogdoches to Austin, 175 years later.