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FILE - In this Sunday, July 15, 2018 file photo, stewards pull a woman off the pitch after she stormed onto the field and interrupted the final match between France and Croatia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia. The chief organizer of Russia’s World Cup s…

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Calhoun’s Sergio Zavala-Salas hits a tackling dummy during Monday’s practice at the Calhoun practice field.

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Calhoun quarterback Conner Kestler, middle, pitches the ball to a teammate during Monday’s practice at the Calhoun practice field.

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Calhoun’s varsity football team does stretches together under a partly cloudy sky in Port Lavaca.

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Calhoun’s Robert Garcia grapples a dummy held by Damien Chavez during practice drills at Calhoun High School.

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Calhoun’s Logan Evans makes a pass during drills at Calhoun High School.

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Mallorie Rankin runs outside to greet her friends during Bloomington High School’s homecoming dance.

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Students of Bloomington High School dance the night away during homecoming.

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Bloomington students Jeremy Cano and Alexia Almaguer talk at one of the tables during Bloomington’s homecoming dance.

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Students of Bloomington High School dance the night away during homecoming.

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After overcoming some initial shyness, students at Bloomington High School dance the night away during homecoming.

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A little shy, some students of Bloomington High School watch their friends dance during homecoming, not yet participating themselves.

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Bloomington students, from left, Alexia Almaguer and Jeremy Cano dance to the "Cupid Shuffle" during Bloomington’s homecoming.

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Jason Stringo owner/instructor at Victoria Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and student Marianna Herrera, 11, demonstrates proper techniques to neutralize an attacker during a lesson dealing with bullying. Stringo stresses responsibility but told his pupils to stand up for themselves and others.

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Rebecca Parker, 8 and other students watch Jason Stringo owner/instructor at Victoria Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu demonstrate proper techniques to neutralize an attacker during a lesson dealing with bullying. Stringo stresses responsibility but told his pupils to stand up for themselves and others.

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Scarlett Atkinson, 11, applies an arm bar on fellow student Andrew Jaime, 11, during a self-defense lesson at Victoria Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. A recent session dealt with bullying. Owner and instructor Jason Stringo stresses responsibility but told his pupils to stand up for themselves and others.

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Instructor Billy Nguyen works with Lane Morris, 5, and Jackson Parker, 7, during a self-defense lesson at Victoria Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. A recent session dealt with bullying. Business owner Jason Stringo stresses responsibility but told his pupils to stand up for themselves and others.

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Raymond Butler has spent a lifetime living on the bay and has seen many sunrises. He said Thursday’s sunrise over Lavaca Bay in Port Lavaca was different. “I have not seen a sunrise as beautiful as this one. Busy with work, but this I could not ignore.” He took these photos of the tropical s…

Raymond Butler has spent a lifetime living on the bay and has seen many sunrises. He said Thursday’s sunrise over Lavaca Bay in Port Lavaca was different. “I have not seen a sunrise as beautiful as this one. Busy with work, but this I could not ignore.” He took these photos of the tropical s…

Raymond Butler has spent a lifetime living on the bay and has seen many sunrises. He said Thursday’s sunrise over Lavaca Bay in Port Lavaca was different. “I have not seen a sunrise as beautiful as this one. Busy with work, but this I could not ignore.” He took these photos of the tropical s…

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In the early morning hours of Aug. 19, several vehicles in the Springwood subdivision were entered. Jewelry and electronics were taken. Surveillance cameras in the area recorded a person and a similarly dressed accomplice looking through vehicles in the area near the 100 block of Park View.

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In the early morning hours of Aug. 19, several vehicles in the Springwood subdivision were entered. Jewelry and electronics were taken. Surveillance cameras in the area recorded a person and a similarly dressed accomplice looking through vehicles in the area near the 100 block of Park View. …

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Raymond Butler has spent a lifetime living on the bay and has seen many sunrises. He said Thursday’s sunrise over Lavaca Bay in Port Lavaca was different. “I have not seen a sunrise as beautiful as this one. Busy with work, but this I could not ignore.” He took these photos of the tropical s…

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Reynaldo Garza sits in the front seat of his 2002 Ford Expedition. The 70-year-old purchased the SUV to escape from the heat and and have a place to sleep parked in front of his Hurricane destroyed home in Woodsboro. Garza said he used $3,000 FEMA gave him to rebuild his home, to purchase a …

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Reynaldo Garza buys supplies for his trailer home, which was damaged in a storm, and oil for a new generator someone donated through the Refugio County Volunteer Reception Center. Garza is attempting to make the uninhabitable trailer livable again.

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Reynaldo Garza leans against his 2002 Ford Expedition. The 70-year-old purchased the SUV to escape from the heat and and have a place to sleep parked in front of his Hurricane destroyed home in Woodsboro. Garza said he used $3,000 FEMA gave him to rebuild his home, to purchase a trailer home…

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A pickup crashed about 2:15 a.m. Sunday into a home at 248 W. Oak St. in Goliad. A witness said the pickup caught fire after the crash, causing part of the house to burn.

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From left, Mary Virginia Jacobs, 74, and Claud Jacobs, 76, pose for a portrait outside the Club at the Colony Creek golf course. They are the recipients of the Distinguished Citizen Award from the South Texas Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

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The dome at the Victoria Community Center is filled with Czech-Texans during the 32nd annual Victoria County Czech Heritage Festival.

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Lucy Anzaldua, 73, puts mustard on her Czech sausage at the 32nd annual Victoria County Czech Heritage Festival.

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Louis Stewart, 57, of Moulton, and Elaine Rosquist, 56, from Loveland, Colo., who have been dance partners for five years, perform at the 32nd annual Victoria County Czech Heritage Festival.

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Patsy Polasek, 40, inspects the miniature accordion of Jake Kovar, 4, after he was invited to play onstage at the 32nd annual Victoria County Czech Heritage Festival.

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One of dozens of rescue dogs sits near the smoldering rubble of its owners’ home. The home of G.W. and Trisha Burt caught fire about 2:30 a.m. Saturday and was destroyed.

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The home of G.W. Burt and Trisha Burt caught fire about 2:30 a.m. Saturday.

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One of the dozens of rescue dogs hides in the tall grass near the smoldering rubble of its owners’ home. The home of G.W. Burt and Trisha Burt caught fire about 2:30 a.m. Saturday and was destroyed.

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The home of G.W. and Trisha Burt caught fire about 3 a.m. Saturday and was destroyed.

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Leonard Janecek, 58, brother of homeowner Trisha Burt, examines the smoldering remains of the house as one of their dozens of rescue dogs stands nearby.

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Two of the dozens of rescue dogs wander near the smoldering rubble of their owners’ home.

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A "No Trespassing" sign is placed on the front door of a home where two people were found dead Friday evening.