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Previously unseen 113-million-year-old dinosaur tracks were revealed after the Paluxy River at Dinosaur Valley State Park receded during excessive drought. A man broke into an Abilene animal shelter, freed more than 150 dogs from their cages, stole a van, and escaped before detectives eventually found and arrested him. After the electricity went out at his clinic, a Travis County urologist performed a vasectomy by plugging a surgical tool and a fan into a power outlet in his electric vehicle. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Laredo seized a truck filled with 1,953 packages of cocaine, worth more than $11.8 million, disguised as baby wipes. An artist in Houston installed a five-foot-tall sculpture of a molcajete filled with guacamole beside a busy intersection, to pay homage…
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