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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 25, 2016
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Finally tonight comes Super Tuesday the biggest prize on the map will be Texas. And we wanted to know what will decide this crucial race for voters there. So we asked our Kevin Tibbles to find out in one small Texas town. In our series We the People. It's a bitter wind that blows through the oil fields south of San Antonio. Here in Karnes City people say 95 percent of the jobs depend on the price of a barrel of the black stuff. And it's dropped like a stone. It's horrible. Chaz Hicks manages a s...
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Kevin Tibbles
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00:01:59

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