A man who was able to escape a 2007 murder conviction in a scheme that sent a former South Texas prosecutor and judge to prison was returned…
Arlington police have posted an adorable alert for a canine culprit caught in the act of criminal mischief over the Fourth of July weekend.
The Disaster Recovery Center, located at Taylor City Hall in Williamson County will close at 2 p.m.Saturday, July 18.
Area officials have declared a state of emergency for the industry as a result of the rain, creating opportunities for possible funding to h…
A Texas prison system parole officer and her boyfriend have been charged with production of child pornography based on her cellphone.
The Brenham, Texas-based company on Tuesday announced that Sid Bass has become a partner.
KXAN has learned even more dogs have had to be put down which has caused the delay.
A necropsy was performed on the calf Monday to determine the cause of death. Results are expected in about eight weeks.
Regulators are reconsidering a current rule that outlaws coupons for alcoholic beverages. If approved, customers would be able to use coupon…
New research from The University of Texas points to some surprising trends about marijuana use among teens.
“We are confident that once the true facts are out there, that this matter will be dismissed,” said the woman’s attorney.
Several same-sex couples in Texas who now can marry by law are pushing for birth certificates to be changed to allow the names of both paren…
A few Texas school districts are under scrutiny for using Confederate symbols that backers say stand for tradition but critics believe are i…
A military pilot who served as an aide to President Lyndon B. Johnson and flew Air Force One has died in Texas.
No one has been charged with murder in Dean’s death.
One man spent part of his weekend in a way he wasn’t expecting.
It may be akin to the “magic bullet” to prevent HIV, on the market now a few years after FDA approval.
Authorities are trying to determine how an Austin man fell from a boat off the Texas coast and received fatal lacerations.
The center offers a variety of services from enrollment, to financial aid and TSI preparation.
Saturday afternoon family and friends of Sergeant Christopher Kelley gathered for a benefit barbecue, offering plates of food for donations.