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Sid Miller put ex-doctor with 2 revoked licenses on rural health panel
 Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller in late 2016 appointed to the state’s Rural Health Task Force a former physician and Miller campaign donor who had his medical license revoked or suspended in three states. In Iowa, Rick Ray Redalen’s medical license was first suspended when he was convicted of perjury in a case involving...

Posted: 15 days ago

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller in late 2016 appointed to the state’s Rural Health Task Force a former physician and Miller campaign donor who had his medical license revoked or suspended in three states. In Iowa, Rick Ray Redalen’s medical license was first suspended when he was convicted of perjury in a case involving...
Sid Miller put ex-doctor with 2 revoked licenses on rural health panel
 Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller in late 2016 appointed to the state’s Rural Health Task Force a former physician and Miller campaign donor who had his medical license revoked or suspended in three states. In Iowa, Rick Ray Redalen’s medical license was first suspended when he was convicted of perjury in a case involving...

Posted: 15 days ago

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller in late 2016 appointed to the state’s Rural Health Task Force a former physician and Miller campaign donor who had his medical license revoked or suspended in three states. In Iowa, Rick Ray Redalen’s medical license was first suspended when he was convicted of perjury in a case involving...
Austin’s only historically black legislative seat at risk in run-off
 As a half-dozen pastors of black churches picked at eggs and sausage in a small back room at Denny’s, Sheryl Cole told them that she might lose the Democratic run-off for Texas House District 46 to Jose “Chito” Vela III. The ministers didn’t need to be reminded of the stakes, but Cole and her campaign team drove it...

Posted: 17 days ago

As a half-dozen pastors of black churches picked at eggs and sausage in a small back room at Denny’s, Sheryl Cole told them that she might lose the Democratic run-off for Texas House District 46 to Jose “Chito” Vela III. The ministers didn’t need to be reminded of the stakes, but Cole and her campaign team drove it...
Austin’s only historically black legislative seat at risk in run-off
 As a half-dozen pastors of African-American churches picked at eggs and sausage in a small back room at Denny’s, Sheryl Cole told them that she might lose the Democratic run-off for Texas House District 46 to Jose “Chito” Vela III. The ministers didn’t need to be reminded of the stakes, but Cole and her campaign team...

Posted: 17 days ago

As a half-dozen pastors of African-American churches picked at eggs and sausage in a small back room at Denny’s, Sheryl Cole told them that she might lose the Democratic run-off for Texas House District 46 to Jose “Chito” Vela III. The ministers didn’t need to be reminded of the stakes, but Cole and her campaign team...
Inside the 20 hours that led to Austin bomber Mark Conditt’s downfall
 In the 28-minute confession he recorded on his phone shortly before his death, Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt lamented his poor judgment in attempting to send two explosives through FedEx, a mistake he assumed had enabled investigators to identify him as the culprit. He was right. After 20 days of churning through theories about the...

Posted: 29 days ago

In the 28-minute confession he recorded on his phone shortly before his death, Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt lamented his poor judgment in attempting to send two explosives through FedEx, a mistake he assumed had enabled investigators to identify him as the culprit. He was right. After 20 days of churning through theories about the...
Inside the 20 hours that led to Austin bomber Mark Conditt’s downfall
 In the 28-minute confession he recorded on his phone shortly before his death, Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt lamented his poor judgment in attempting to send two explosives through FedEx, a mistake he assumed had enabled investigators to identify him as the culprit. He was right. After 20 days of churning through theories about the...

Posted: 29 days ago

In the 28-minute confession he recorded on his phone shortly before his death, Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt lamented his poor judgment in attempting to send two explosives through FedEx, a mistake he assumed had enabled investigators to identify him as the culprit. He was right. After 20 days of churning through theories about the...
AUSTIN BOMBINGS: Medics might have tipped off bomber Mark Conditt
 Hours before a dramatic confrontation between Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt and police, two paramedics for the Pflugerville Fire Department might have inadvertently tipped off Conditt that law enforcement was closing in on him. The two-person crew was intended to be nearby as authorities conducted surveillance and prepared to serve...

Posted: 30 days ago

Hours before a dramatic confrontation between Austin serial bomber Mark Conditt and police, two paramedics for the Pflugerville Fire Department might have inadvertently tipped off Conditt that law enforcement was closing in on him. The two-person crew was intended to be nearby as authorities conducted surveillance and prepared to serve...
THE SUSPECT: Mark Conditt driven by personal issues — not hate, cops say
 An unemployed 23-year-old who was home-schooled growing up and had dropped out of community college, Austin serial bomber suspect Mark Conditt struggled to adjust to adulthood. Interim Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said Wednesday evening that Conditt, a Pflugerville resident, left a “confession” in the form of a 25-minute video...

12:40 AM Thursday, Mar. 22, 2018

An unemployed 23-year-old who was home-schooled growing up and had dropped out of community college, Austin serial bomber suspect Mark Conditt struggled to adjust to adulthood. Interim Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said Wednesday evening that Conditt, a Pflugerville resident, left a “confession” in the form of a 25-minute video...
WHAT BROKE THE CASE: Suspect’s FedEx shop visit spurred investigation
 For nearly three weeks, the Austin bomber was able to sidestep police as authorities say he planted a trail of deadly homemade bombs around a city increasingly consumed by anxiety and fear. And then, on Monday, officials say the suspect walked into a FedEx Office store in Sunset Valley, clad in a strange-looking blond wig, baseball cap and...

8:51 PM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

For nearly three weeks, the Austin bomber was able to sidestep police as authorities say he planted a trail of deadly homemade bombs around a city increasingly consumed by anxiety and fear. And then, on Monday, officials say the suspect walked into a FedEx Office store in Sunset Valley, clad in a strange-looking blond wig, baseball cap and...
Austin bombing suspect Mark A. Conditt proposed ending sex offender registry, blog says
 In 2012, when he was 17 years old, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt laid out his political views in a series of blog posts he wrote for an Austin Community College course on the U.S. government. No motive for the bombings has been disclosed, either by the bomber or by authorities. Four bombings in Austin over 17 days left two people dead...

5:15 PM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

In 2012, when he was 17 years old, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt laid out his political views in a series of blog posts he wrote for an Austin Community College course on the U.S. government. No motive for the bombings has been disclosed, either by the bomber or by authorities. Four bombings in Austin over 17 days left two people dead...
THE SUSPECT: Family of Mark A. Conditt ‘grieving’ and ‘in shock’
 2:10 p.m. update: Relatives of Mark A. Conditt issued a statement Wednesday afternoon saying they are shocked and devastated by the revelation that he was behind the string of bombings that have terrorized Austin this month. The statement, which was given to CNN, came from members of the family who live in Colorado, not his parents in Pflugerville...

1:31 PM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

2:10 p.m. update: Relatives of Mark A. Conditt issued a statement Wednesday afternoon saying they are shocked and devastated by the revelation that he was behind the string of bombings that have terrorized Austin this month. The statement, which was given to CNN, came from members of the family who live in Colorado, not his parents in Pflugerville...
Bombing suspect Mark Conditt argued against abortion, gay marriage, homosexuality
 In 2012, when he was 17 years old, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt laid out his political views in a series of blog posts
            he wrote for an Austin Community College course on U.S. government. In the posts, Conditt takes conservative stances on a variety of issues. He wrote that he was against gay marriage and abortion
     ...

11:12 AM Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018

In 2012, when he was 17 years old, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt laid out his political views in a series of blog posts he wrote for an Austin Community College course on U.S. government. In the posts, Conditt takes conservative stances on a variety of issues. He wrote that he was against gay marriage and abortion ...
Reaction to bombings echoes panic over Austin’s 1880s serial killer
 After the first attack, official Austin paid little attention. The victim was African-American, and the murder seemed to be of no concern to the city as a whole. After more attacks on minorities, panic and curiosity began to spread. Why would someone do this? How could they be getting away with it? Then there was a lull, and Austinites began...

5:31 PM Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2018

After the first attack, official Austin paid little attention. The victim was African-American, and the murder seemed to be of no concern to the city as a whole. After more attacks on minorities, panic and curiosity began to spread. Why would someone do this? How could they be getting away with it? Then there was a lull, and Austinites began...
4th Austin bomb more sophisticated than others, leaves city on edge
 The suspected serial bomber terrorizing Austin is more sophisticated than originally believed, but the motive behind the attacks remains a mystery, officials said Monday after a Sunday night explosion that wounded two men in Southwest Austin. The latest incident, the fourth attack in 17 days, signaled to law enforcement that the bomber or...

11:59 PM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

The suspected serial bomber terrorizing Austin is more sophisticated than originally believed, but the motive behind the attacks remains a mystery, officials said Monday after a Sunday night explosion that wounded two men in Southwest Austin. The latest incident, the fourth attack in 17 days, signaled to law enforcement that the bomber or...
Father of Austin bombing victim is veteran of Texas state government
 The father of one of the two men who were injured Sunday evening in an explosion in Southwest Austin is an administrator at the Texas Department of Agriculture and has worked at several state agencies, according to his LinkedIn profile. William A. “Butch” Grote Jr. is the chief information officer for Department of Agriculture...

11:05 PM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

The father of one of the two men who were injured Sunday evening in an explosion in Southwest Austin is an administrator at the Texas Department of Agriculture and has worked at several state agencies, according to his LinkedIn profile. William A. “Butch” Grote Jr. is the chief information officer for Department of Agriculture...
LATEST: Police reopen streets roughly 24 hours after Sunday night bombing in Southwest Austin
 9 p.m. update: Police are reopening the scene where a bombing happened Sunday night. Streets in the Southwest Austin neighborhood that police had previously shut down — including Eagle Feather Drive, Travis Country Circle, Republic of Texas Boulevard and Mission Oaks Boulevard — are either currently open or will be open soon...

12:18 AM Monday, Mar. 19, 2018

9 p.m. update: Police are reopening the scene where a bombing happened Sunday night. Streets in the Southwest Austin neighborhood that police had previously shut down — including Eagle Feather Drive, Travis Country Circle, Republic of Texas Boulevard and Mission Oaks Boulevard — are either currently open or will be open soon...
Bombs in Austin attacks constructed of readily available materials
 The person who is making explosive devices and has left them at three Austin doorsteps is constructing them using common household items that can be easily purchased at hardware stores, potentially making efforts to identify the perpetrator more difficult, law enforcement officials said Thursday. Authorities are trying to identify all the...

9:39 PM Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

The person who is making explosive devices and has left them at three Austin doorsteps is constructing them using common household items that can be easily purchased at hardware stores, potentially making efforts to identify the perpetrator more difficult, law enforcement officials said Thursday. Authorities are trying to identify all the...
Bombs in Austin attacks constructed of readily available materials
 The person who is making explosive devices and has left them at three Austin doorsteps is constructing them using common household items that can be easily purchased at hardware stores, potentially making efforts to identify the perpetrator more difficult, law enforcement officials said Thursday. Authorities are trying to identify all the...

9:38 PM Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

The person who is making explosive devices and has left them at three Austin doorsteps is constructing them using common household items that can be easily purchased at hardware stores, potentially making efforts to identify the perpetrator more difficult, law enforcement officials said Thursday. Authorities are trying to identify all the...
Police question Austin woman they think may have been bombing target
 East Austin resident Erica Mason, whose neighbor was injured in one of three recent package explosions that have gripped the city, talked to investigators Wednesday about whether she was related to the Mason family that was targeted in at least one of the bombings. Mason, who is from Iowa, isn’t related to the Mason family that is prominent...

3:44 AM Thursday, Mar. 15, 2018

East Austin resident Erica Mason, whose neighbor was injured in one of three recent package explosions that have gripped the city, talked to investigators Wednesday about whether she was related to the Mason family that was targeted in at least one of the bombings. Mason, who is from Iowa, isn’t related to the Mason family that is prominent...
AUSTIN EXPLOSIONS: Bombs leave myriad clues, cases rarely go unsolved
 After an explosion, crime scene analysts diagram the blast radius, chemists take swabs of chemical residue, dogs sniff the perimeter, bomb technicians analyze bomb fragments, and old-fashioned police detectives scribble details in their notebooks that might help them with the scores of interviews to come. “It’s kind of like...

9:46 PM Tuesday, Mar. 13, 2018

After an explosion, crime scene analysts diagram the blast radius, chemists take swabs of chemical residue, dogs sniff the perimeter, bomb technicians analyze bomb fragments, and old-fashioned police detectives scribble details in their notebooks that might help them with the scores of interviews to come. “It’s kind of like...
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