The doll, dressed in a pink outfit with a black hat, sported a creepy red skeletal face.
Texas A&M Forest Service Fire Chief Mark Stanford says a nexus of drought, consistent development and profound changes in the way Texas land…
Residents on Cotton Road were asked to evacuate, but are now being let back into their homes.
Millions of children with dyslexia across the U.S. are one step closer to getting help in the classroom.
A North Texas man has been convicted of killing a homeless man in what prosecutors say was part of a scheme to fake his own death.
If approved, the money would be used for several different projects, including a new field house.
The injectable drug was approved for patients with hard-to-treat melanoma.
A routine screening test of pregnant women could help pinpoint a more accurate due date.
Americans will consume nearly 18 percent of the world’s chocolate or $18 billion worth this year.
One dad is making a difference for kids who often have a tougher time getting in on all the Halloween fun.
It took five hours, nine minutes to decide the longest World Series opener
This means if you refuse a breathalyzer test, they can get a warrant to draw your blood on the spot.
Freelancers Union and Upwork.com released a new study that says 54 million Americans are doing freelance work.
The National Transportation Safety Board says 500 people are killed and 19,000 injured each year in tire-related accidents.
From Oprah, Betty White, Kanye, Jay Leno and Prince Harry, Jeannette Paras is painting portraits of celebrities on her pumpkins.
The Austin Independent School District is holding free flu shot clinics this week at various elementary schools.
Austin Police officers are looking for a suspect in a shooting outside a North Austin apartment complex early Wednesday morning.
The Texas Fair Defense Project, the Civil Rights Clinic at the University of Texas School of Law and the law firm of Susman Godfrey LLP file…
Volunteer fire departments face big challenges trying to protect their communities. That job becomes even harder after major incidents like …
Only alternative schools in Central Texas are equipped with metal detectors. Administrators have expressed no desire to put them on regular …