67-year-old James Miller told Austin police “I think I killed someone.”
The victims told police he was pointing a gun at them and tied one of them up with zip ties while another man started going through their be…
The Agriculture Department said Tuesday that it will stop providing benefits at the beginning of October if Congress does not pass legislati…
Federal investigators say seven people have been arrested in a heroin ring allegedly operating since 1998 and linked to San Antonio barber s…
A town in Ohio has raised the legal smoking age to 21 in an effort to prevent teens from smoking.
A major report predicts most people will experience at least one wrong or delayed diagnosis in their lifetime.
An Oklahoma school district is investigating a teacher who forced a four-year-old boy to switch from using his left hand to his right.
Mark your calendars this weekend, for the first time in 30 years you can witness an super sight in the sky.
The recall is limited to “I and Love and You” Cow-Boom! strips.
A federal judge ruled that Warner Chappell Music’s claim to the 120-year-old song wasn’t legal.
According to DPS, Marcus Reynosa, 26, is charged with felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle, DWI and Failure to Stop and Render Aid.
Two cars collided at about 1:00 a.m. and one of the vehicles hit a pole near Bessie Avenue.
A Central Texas judge is giving students a big incentive to follow the rules of the road, and clear their driving record.
State lawmakers this year ordered reduced funding for therapy services by roughly $350 million
Hundreds of STRs are still operating illegally
A Roman Catholic priest accused of traveling to Honduras to molest poor street children during missionary trips was convicted on Tuesday.
He is being held on $50,000 bail, and he faces a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison if convicted.
The county transportation department says there was a plan to straighten the spot by issuing a bond back in 2011 but it never came to fruiti…
Witnesses say 3 students were in a car that ran a stop sign
People with concealed handgun licenses will soon be able to bring their weapons into college classrooms in Texas