It’s designed to protect lottery winners from unwanted attention, predatory acts, and media scrutiny.
State Senator Kirk Watson said the museum won’t cost Texas money and will actually bring in revenue since the foundation will rent space for…
One of the officers suffered minor injuries from broken glass during the entry.
Eight of the 10 tiny holy books in dispute landed on the surface of the moon during NASA’s 1971 Apollo 14 mission, carried in a pouch by ast…
A man has been sentenced to 80 years in prison for strangling a hospital co-worker to death and dumping her body beside a remote county road…
Be careful out there, it’s the end of snake hibernation season.
Lori Ann Pohanka-Kalama was in a creek at Fort Hood last Saturday night when she somehow got into trouble.
The delay came after San Antonio federal prosecutors told Waco prosecutors they have info related to the shootout but won’t share it until t…
“I think the status quo is unacceptable. It’s time to move forward to a program that will be more patient-centered and help folks.”
State Representative Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, says his legislation, House Bill 1514, is about authenticity.
An Austin-based group is moving forward with their efforts to remove the Golden-Cheeked warbler from the endangered species list.
Past efforts to “raise the age” stalled in Texas, which leads the nation in executions and relishes its tough-on-crime reputation.
The recall includes H-E-B and Hill Country Fare sandwich bread with a best by date of April 29 or earlier.
The public can text to donate $10 to various volunteer fire departments.
The ruling Thursday over Republican-drawn legislative maps comes after the same court in March found evidence of Texas also violating the fe…
There is a law that requires drivers to slow down or move over when they see a stopped emergency vehicle.
Investigators say the case involves an Interstate 35 East expansion project in Denton County and inaccurate information provided to state ap…
The council learned the call center in March had 60 dispatchers. But the city for years has budgeted for 101 full-time positions.
It passed 134 to 16 on Wednesday night but may not survive the state Senate, which is more focused on school vouchers.
The bill was left pending in committee on Thursday morning without a vote.