A phone user in France says her Galaxy J5 smartphone caught fire and exploded on Sunday.
The injuries Savannah Welch sustained in last week’s crash have forced doctors to amputate her right leg.
The sudden move came after T.A. Brown Elementary School was abruptly closed on Friday after structural damage made the building unsafe.
A select group of Senators announced Monday they believe Child Protective Services needs immediate funding to ensure child safety.
The last training for poll workers was held around midday and paperwork filing continued to make sure all polling places are ready to go.
After making threats via text message to his ex-girlfriend, Patrick Lee Corley allegedly set fire to the apartment building.
Prosecutors continue to provide hundreds of thousands of pages of discovery materials to defense attorneys, including copies of police repor…
Some of Baylor University’s most prominent supporters, including the billionaire businessman whose name is on the football stadium, are call…
Lobos, in an exterior sweep of the vehicle, alerted his partner to the truck’s auxiliary fuel tank.
According to his fiancee, Earnhardt didn’t get ticketed.
The Austin Fire Department was called because there was a Freon leak when the wall hit the AC unit.
One of the men told detectives they drove from San Antonio to steal shoes.
After noticing his hand moving in the vehicle, the minor said she looked inside and saw him exposed and masturbating.
Police are asking for your help identifying a man who tried to rob Twin Liquors at Highway 71 and Bee Caves Road Saturday evening.
A 2-year-old is dead following an altercation between two women Saturday in Killeen.
The child’s sibling said he saw Jaime Coddington spank the baby “very very hard with his hands,” and “slammed him onto the bed.”
After exhaustive legal proceedings and years of planning, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority will break ground on SH 45SW this we…
Several restaurants and businesses are offering deals and freebies this Election Day.
Amazon, the world’s largest retailer, is among those no longer waiting for the single-day shopping bonanza known as “Black Friday”.
A federal study says lowering semi-truck speeds to 68 miles an hour would save between 27 and 96 lives every year.