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The Brief: A 37-day mayor bets writing, ribs and real estate will put him in the U.S. Senate | The Texas Tribune

The Brief: A 37-day mayor bets writing, ribs and real estate will put him in the U.S. Senate | The Texas Tribune: Dan McQueen served as mayor of Corpus Christi for 37 days earlier this year. He’s now launching an “essay and rib” contest — all in hopes of unseating U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in the 2018 GOP primary.� Source: TTLA E-Clips The Brief: A 37-day mayor bets writing, ribs and real estate will put him in the U.S. Senate | The Texas Tribune

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Lake Conroe dam’s releases cause flood of lawsuits – Houston Chronicle

Lake Conroe dam’s releases cause flood of lawsuits – Houston Chronicle: In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, officials at the Lake Conroe dam began unprecedented releases into the West Fork of the San Jacinto River, sending an amount of water rushing downstream that approached the average volume pouring over Niagara Falls. Source: TTLA E-Clips Lake Conroe dam’s releases cause flood of lawsuits – Houston Chronicle

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A Crack of the Bat. A Blow to the Head. Who Pays the Bill? – Bloomberg

A Crack of the Bat. A Blow to the Head. Who Pays the Bill? – Bloomberg: aseball is timeless. Is the Baseball Rule?The century-old legal doctrine blocks fans from suing a ball club if they get hurt by a foul ball or a shattered bat. The reason: Fans accept the risk of injury at a ballgame because they know batters will occasionally rocket balls into the grandstands.Fresh off the New York Yankees’ playoff-game win against the Minnesota Twins, a New York appeals court on Wednesday considered a lawsuit that is testing whether the Baseball Rule — like the Twins’ 2017 season — is now obsolete. Source: TTLA E-Clips A Crack of the Bat. A Blow to the Head. Who Pays the Bill? – Bloomberg

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Son of Las Vegas Shooting Victim Asks Court to Freeze Gunman’s Assets – WSJ

Son of Las Vegas Shooting Victim Asks Court to Freeze Gunman’s Assets – WSJ: LAS VEGAS—The son of a Southern California man who died in the Las Vegas massacre last week is asking a Nevada court to freeze the assets of gunman Stephen Paddock so that he and other victims can pursue claims. Source: TTLA E-Clips Son of Las Vegas Shooting Victim Asks Court to Freeze Gunman’s Assets – WSJ

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