Businesses defending against a set of accessibility lawsuits from one lawyer and one client are considering working with a common attorney.
Several inmates were seen limping at the crash site, some with bandages around their heads, as they were escorted from the accident scene.
They’re believed to be the first major private college to do so. Others are expected to follow suit. Public universities can’t opt out.
The justices said Friday they will hear arguments over a Texas law that would leave about 10 abortion clinics open across the state.
Blue Bell will return to the remaining areas of Texas who have yet to have the ice cream returned to shelves.
Chimene Onyeri will remain in jail with no bond for an unrelated murder charge, although the judge in the case indicated that could change.
The person communicating with him, since September 2014, was a Garland police detective.
The airplanes were coming from Austin.
A West Texas plastic surgeon has denied being involved in the 2012 slaying of a pathologist who was dating his former girlfriend.
The change clarifies that gender identity, or whether you identify as a man or a woman, is separate from sexual orientation.
More than 100 Austin businesses have been sued in federal court this year by a single man and his attorney, for violations of the American’s…
Hazlewood Act gives qualified veterans up to 150 hours of free tuition
The NWS office in Austin/San Antonio has issued at least five Flash Flood Emergencies so far this year, not counting recent October events.
Police say they are following up on reports of a suspicious person or persons in the neighborhood made prior to the Friday night shooting of…
Allen had been chief in Marlin, a town of some 6,000 about 30 miles northeast of Temple, since 2009.
Since 2003, Elizabeth Laird has been known as the ‘Hug Lady.’
Honoring the service of military men, women, and families across Texas this Veterans Day.
“We’re not done. We still have a lot of work to do, and we’ll continue to do that.”
The group UT Gun Free took to the university’s West Mall on Tuesday afternoon to spread the message that guns and learning do not mix.