When it comes to showing compassion on the scene for Amarillo firefighters, they say it’s just something that comes natural.
After funding was cut to the Low-Income Vehicle Repair Assistance Program, clues emerge as to why it wasn’t working like it was supposed to.
Bullion depositories offer those with tangible assets, such as gold bars, an easy place to store their wealth.
Investigators say the twins on Monday afternoon saw a snake in a water-filled ditch and the boys retrieved two .22-caliber rifles from their…
The match up allows Democrats and Republicans to settle the score on the diamond instead of inside the capitol. It puts ideological opponent…
Two dozen people have been charged with three hazing counts each in April hazing incidents that put five Tarleton State University students …
According to Tyler Police, there were no injuries. Nearby buildings and homes were evacuated.
Harris County Judge Robert Johnson was randomly assigned the case against Republican Ken Paxton on Tuesday.
APD’s staff psychologist hopes to create a program for other police departments based on a trauma treatment she’s used for years.
Officials say Salinas served time for drug and burglary convictions in the 1990s.
A notice was sent to news media to let the public know about the June 5 change on June 13.
While the suspect was arrested in 2015, he wasn’t indicted until two years later.
Dash camera video from the trooper’s patrol car shows the quick action he took to save the baby’s life.
The letters are asking the governor to stop attacking the organization.
The revamped design includes new labels, easier-to-under terminology and tips on how to improve student progress.
One of the officer’s body cameras captured the next moments as the man pulled out the sword and a shield to battle officers.
His vetoes included cutting nearly $900,000 in Secretary of State funding to help Texans living in impoverished “colonias.”
Battleship Texas survived two world wars, but her latest mission is a fight against old age and decay.
Police were called to a Waco restaurant Friday night when a woman called 911 complaining about the time it took to cook her chicken nuggets.
Beginning in September, Texans could face up to 10 years in jail if they torture, kill, poison, or cause a serious bodily injury to an anima…