Court testimony offered a glimpse into the world of online marketplaces where cybercriminals advertise, buy and sell malicious software.
An agency statement says the rig was being inspected Monday when a drug-sniffing dog drew attention to the trailer.
The two officers, who were previously assigned to an anti-gang unit, were released to await their next court appearance June 27.
Festival organizers say the grounds at Auditorium Shores and Republic Square Park are too saturated from recent rains.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Wednesday he filed 13 felony charges and 5 misdemeanor charges against them.
The city is looking at a system that will store water that can later be retrieved during drought conditions.
Six people have died in Harris County and two others in neighboring counties.
The 19th century abolitionist and leader of the Underground Railroad, will replace the portrait of Andrew Jackson.
One pair of adult birds was spotted as far north as the Mad Island Marsh Preserve in Matagorda County.
The TSTA filed a lawsuit against TEA Commissioner Mike Morath in an effort to invalidate an element of the new teacher evaluation plan, whic…
Their video beat 1,500 other entries for cleverly comparing driving a car to doing surgery and now it’s up to the public to vote.
Austin Water is looking to tap more than $80 million in loans from a state water bank to finance installation of smart water meters citywide…
Investigators are seeking a man dressed as a police officer who was seen on security video.
Reports say the Dyson hand dryers 430 mph blasts could spread viruses nearly 10-feet across the bathroom.
“I realize just how fortunate we are in this county to have these guys at the other ends of cell phones when you make that 911 call,”
The theme of the discussion is “Let’s Work Together for Fair Housing.”
People ages 14 and older can play with construction equipment, from excavators to bulldozers.
The City of Austin plans to offer a cash bonus for the first 400 lifeguards.
A judge ruled the Texas foster care system is so broken that it leaves kids in long-term care worse than when they entered.
Criminal charges will be announced against 2 state regulators and a Flint employee, alleging wrongdoing related to the city’s lead-tainted w…