The inspiration behind the change is from a tragic murder in a Marshall, Texas hotel room three years ago.
Comprehensive records date to 1895.
The first thing Texans will see is a new website that will make it more user-friendly.
A person who lives in the area say the construction crews were digging a water line on Clear Fork Street.
School districts across the region lose over $90 million in funding every year due to school absences.
Francis Grace Hirs, 16, has been battling leukemia since 2003.
Fans of the Texas musical icon Selena Quintanilla will now be able to visit their favorite star in Hollywood.
The basic amount each student receives will remain just more than $5,100, but more will be paid by local property tax dollars.
The Federal Aviation Administration was alerted to the drunk driving history of Alfred “Skip” Nichols and the agency investigated him in 201…
Proposal to give school boards the power to replace the STAAR test with one of several national standardized tests.
Texas has the lion’s share of the US-Mexico border and for the past several election years voters demand “border security.”
Texas Folk Life is only one of a number of Community Connections non-profit organizations in Austin still waiting for Google Fiber.
As more pediatricians see families refuse vaccinations, the American Academy of Pediatrics says in certain circumstances turning patients aw…
The body of Christopher Lowe was found last Thursday in a cemetery South of New Braunfels.
As of Aug. 19, Travis County has had six people test positive for Zika, two for Dengue, two for Chikungunya and one for West Nile.
Police said he acted normal when they were called to the home earlier in the day for a welfare check after a caller said he was assaulting h…
Looking for a place to drink, or trying to file a complaint about alcohol service? There’s an app for that, brought to you by the Texas Alco…
Originally, the fees were due Aug. 31., but now commuters have an extra nine days to pay.
A state board approved $3.5 million dollars in grant funding Thursday for communities across Texas.
“In this line of work, people do it a lot.”