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Posted: Jan 14, 2014 3:45 PM

Updated: Jan 14, 2014 3:46 PM

DALLAS (AP) The husband of a pregnant Texas woman is suing a hospital to get his wife removed from life support. The lawsuit filed today in state district court asks a judge to order John Peter Smith hospital in Fort Worth to remove life support for Marlise Munoz. Erick Munoz says a doctor at the hospital told him his wife is considered brain-dead.

DALLAS (AP) Southwest Airlines says a third person in the cockpit of a plane that landed at the wrong Missouri airport was a company dispatcher who had authority to be there. The airline and federal officials said today they continue to investigate why the Southwest Boeing 737 headed for the main airport in Branson, Mo., landed several miles away.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) American Eagle is changing its name to Envoy. Eagle operates regional flights for American Airlines. Eagle officials said today the change will be made this spring to give the airline its own identity.

CAMP SWIFT, Texas (AP) A prescribed burn in Central Texas is meant to help researchers learn more about fighting wildfires in an area still recovering from devastating 2011 blazes. The Texas A&M Forest Service joins with more than a dozen other agencies tomorrow in the project at Camp Swift in Bastrop County.

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