Sept. 11 marks the day 14 years ago when the largest act of terrorism occurred on U.S. soil.
September 11th marks a National Day of Service of Remembrance and what better way to serve than to give back to your community.
Texas is one of the 27 states that will see progress on these cases, after the White House and the New York City DA’s office pledged $79 mil…
The affidavits say Allen’s death appeared to be by strangulation. Autopsy results were pending.
“That was the first thing I screamed, ‘I’m pregnant! I’m pregnant!’ They were just punching and punching and punching. It was bad.”
A Michigan man was charged with murder Thursday after deliberately hitting firefighter with pickup truck as he collected money for charity.
Texas A&M researchers said since more cars on the road and the increase in construction costs means we need twice as much money, another $4.…
More students are earning college credit these days, while still in high school, and it can help families save time and money. It appears to…
The new ordinance involves issuing parking permits to all city addresses.
Christi Gibson said her husband was likely worried he’d lose his job.
Even though it wasn’t a live grenade, TSA agents still had to check the item with the explosives detection K9 team.
The 12-year-old girl told police the man made several comments regarding her beauty and asked her questions about her friends.
Texas State University in San Marcos is launching its “Freshman Year for Free” program to help new students cut back on tuition.
Central Texas police chiefs are attending a public forum Thursday night, speaking and answering questions about the climate between law enfo…
Awards for the grants range from $97,305 to the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, which will test approximately 148 kits to $1,999,982 to Geor…
She was born with a genetic condition that left her with very little lower jaw bone.
Former NBC News anchor Brian Williams will return to the air on Sept. 22 as part of MSNBC’s coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to the United St…
A trail of blood lead officers to a trash bin and the officers found what appeared to be a tail.
Dr. Matthew Davis, a Central Texas doctor, fell to his death in Colorado while climbing Crestone Needle.
Paxton, who took office in January, has pleaded not guilty.