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After UCLA win, ‘Cinderella story’ Longhorns softball team rematches No. 1 Oklahoma at College World Series

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After a surprising comeback run through the Regional and Super Regional Tournaments, the Longhorn softball program still has no sign of going “horns down” after beating No. 2 UCLA 7-2 at the College World Series on Thursday.


Texas nearly lost out on their World Series bid with a 1-7 loss to Arkansas before beating the Razorbacks back-to-back in Arkansas.

Next up, it’ll have a rematch against the top-ranked Oklahoma program, which has lost just two games this season. But all hope is not lost: in April, the No. 16 Longhorns snapped OU’s 40-game win streak in its first victory against the team since 2014.

The Longhorns will continue its first College World Series appearance in nearly 10 years in the winners' bracket as it takes on OU at 2 p.m. Saturday in Oklahoma City.

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Valencia Hotel Group Presents Live Music & Longnecks - All Summer Long

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Live music and beer? Say no more. With a location in Austin, and others throughout Texas, the court hotels by the Valencia Hotel Group have a new offering for weekend stays: Live Music & Longnecks.

Enjoy live music all weekend long and check out the hotels’ state-of-the-art amenities between sets. Make a splash in the pool, enjoy outdoor fire pits, or challenge your friends in a yard game while enjoying a weekend full of live music! Did we mention the package includes deluxe accommodations and a bucket of beer? Oh, and if you needed more convincing, this pet-friendly hotel means the whole family can join in on the fun.

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Texas is a case study of how abortion bans have a chilling effect on both healthcare workers and patients

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Emmy Amash has always been the friend that people would go to with questions about sex, birth control and women’s health issues. It’s what called her to work as a birth doula and go to nursing school.

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