Statistics for Which City in Texas?

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DescriptionCity% Correct
Where NASA Mission Control is locatedHouston
100%
City fatefully visited by John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963Dallas
99%
The capital of TexasAustin
96%
Of the 250 Texians who defended this city's Alamo, more than 200 diedSan Antonio
91%
Westernmost city in TexasEl Paso
86%
Its name is Latin for "Body of Christ"Corpus Christi
82%
City where David Koresh met a bloody end in 1993Waco
73%
The nation's only nuclear bomb making facility can be found in this city
whose name means "yellow" in Spanish
Amarillo
69%
You'll find the Texas Rangers ballpark in this city which shares its name
with a famous cemetery
Arlington
66%
This city has doubled in population since 1990, adding more than 400,000 residentsFort Worth
66%
The hurricane that struck this city in 1900 is the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. historyGalveston
64%
City that, appropriately, is located on the Texas/Arkansas borderTexarkana
59%
Buddy Holly grew up in this city in the high plains of northwest TexasLubbock
52%
This city on the Rio Grande is 95.6% HispanicLaredo
50%
Highly educated suburb of the above, home to the headquarters of Dr Pepper and Frito-LayPlano
44%
"Friday Night Lights" is based on this city in the oil-rich Permian BasinOdessa
42%
Located at the very southern tip of Texas, across from the Mexican city of MatamorosBrownsville
42%
Home to the main campus of Texas A&M UniversityCollege Station
40%
George W. Bush grew up hereMidland
32%
Suburb of the above with initials R.R.Round Rock
28%

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