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Man delivers goods to areas hard hit by natural disasters

On Jan. 2, 2006, winds whipped a fast-moving fire across the small ranch town of Ringgold. The fire swallowed 50 homes and scorched tens of thousands of acres of grassland between Ringgold and Nocona to the southeast. Many residents were left homeless with nothing to their name.

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Historic Frost Town subdivision offers a peek into the past

Volunteers digging near Minute Maid Park recently found children's marbles, ceramic pieces marked in German, glass-blown bottles and 20th-century rubber boots — all signs of a nearly 200-year-old community that foreshadowed the diverse and multicultural metropolis that is Houston.

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Clemson gets over hump, stings Jackets in Atlanta

The fifth-ranked Clemson football team won in dominating fashion at Georgia Tech on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2016, the 26-7 victory the Tigers' first in Atlanta since 2003. Or, to use a Dabo Swinney anecdote, their first since his son "had a bottle in his mouth." Clemson knocked out the Yellow Jackets in the first half, holding them to 22 total yards, while compiling 347 of their own. The Tigers are off until Oct. 1, when they host No. 3 Louisville on national TV at 8 p.m.
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Clemson gets over hump, stings Jackets in Atlanta 0:43

Clemson gets over hump, stings Jackets in Atlanta

Clemson offense fab-o (finally!) vs. SC State, says Dabo 5:30

Clemson offense fab-o (finally!) vs. SC State, says Dabo

Rowdy Gamecock fans delight Muschamp 0:42

Rowdy Gamecock fans delight Muschamp

Police save man with talk of Gamecocks, football 3:10

Police save man with talk of Gamecocks, football