In the routine, first-day hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Tony Davis approved agreements made between the tollway operating company, SH 130 C…
FanDuel will continue to operate free games in the state.
The man, who may be linked to other violent crimes, has been temporarily released from prison to help investigators digging outside Houston.
Two women are going to prison for trying to smuggle more than 250 pounds of methamphetamine in soap and softener containers.
Dallas man accused of posing as his slain neighbor to sell the dead man’s home has been charged with money laundering and other counts.
Texas currently has 18 cases of Zika, all of which were related to travel abroad, except for one case in Dallas County, which was transmitte…
Woods shouted to the crowd, the “inaugural shot and he holes it!”
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has confirmed to Channel that authorities have made multiple arrests in a huge smash-and grab ro…
Scientists will study the changes to Kelly’s health due to prolonged time in space and compare them to his twin brother.
While the calendar says it is still winter until March 20, the winter just concluded was extremely unusual.
Jim Spencer recently visited Lubbock to take a closer look at how one of Texas’ worst tornadoes inspired research that is saving lives.
Bland’s family has said they were working to get about $500 for her bail when they learned of her death.
The park is in a residential area near an elementary school, and two nearby schools were placed on lockdown until the situation was resolved…
A 17-year-old West Texas high school student has been charged in the fatal shooting of his parents.
They each face maximum penalties of 20 years in prison, three years’ probation and a $1 million fine.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is threatening to bring back the days when the Texas Legislature decided what the tuition rates would be at public univ…
Incidents involving a gun-wielding man breaking into cars and kidnapping people have turned out to be false.
On this day in 1836, settlers declared their independence from Mexico, becoming a turning point in Texas history.
Q&A with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discussing the abortion case battle at the Supreme Court today.
Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization wants to hear from the public on what projects they would like to see done.