“I know that if we are able to save the life of a woman, we save a community, we save a family,” Rep. Thompson said.
A bill making divorce much more difficult is moving its way through the Texas Legislature.
Ellis County Judge Carol Bush says an interim sheriff will be appointed.
Romo, who turns 37 next month, threw for 34,183 yards and 248 touchdowns.
“If you didn’t work with them, then you were taught by them, or your kids were taught by them, or you just knew them as leaders…”
Bastrop Police and the Bastrop Senior Center will hold a joint news conference Wednesday afternoon where we expect to learn more information…
The City of Round Rock got rid of their red light cameras in 2015 and saw an increase in crashes one year later.
Hundreds of people showed up to speak out on Senate Bill 6 at the state capitol.
Construction on the intersection is expected to be completed in 2019.
The case has been referred to prosecutors.
Investigators say the 55-year-old man is a permanent U.S. resident who lived in Mission, Texas.
A bill by Republican Rep. Andrew Murr of Junction seeks to correct what he calls an oversight in the bill approved last session.
A cash reward up to $7,500 is being offered for anyone with information about a Brownsville fugitive with gang ties on the run.
Two former San Antonio police officers have been sentenced to prison for making women believe they needed to have sex with them as part of a…
The music and film festival announced Tuesday that FBI General Counsel James Baker will take Comey’s place.
Three separate wildfires are burning thousands of acres in the Texas panhandle killing several people and injuring firefighters.
The goal of the program is to provide many opportunities for students at an early age to explore their different passions and future careers…
The bill would prevent Texans convicted of serious crimes with severe mental illness from getting the death penalty.
Rolando Ruiz was convicted of accepting $2,000 to fatally shoot 29-year-old Theresa Rodriguez outside her home in 1992.
“This is relatively new to the agenda and it doesn’t appear the public is ready for the legislators to act on it.”