Texas allows for exemptions from immunizations for certain reasons, including those of conscience, which includes religious beliefs.
A hearing has been delayed to consider whether a Texas teenager known for using an “affluenza” defense violated his probation in a fatal dru…
Tuesday, members with the Texas Water Development Board revealed Wimberley will receive funding to help operate and maintain new flood gauge…
Students from New York University flew down to help the town of Wimberley which is still recovering from last year’s flooding.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton tells KXAN News he plans to fight the felony charges against him.
Highland Park police say the suspects drove a van into the high-end store and stole handbags.
Viewer submitted sunset photos from across Central Texas for Sunday, January 17th.
San Antonio police arrested a man accused of drugging a 14-year-old girl and having her tattooed with the words “XANANTONIO” and “Greedy.”
Roger was last seen Saturday night at 6 p.m. driving a gold 2002 Nissan Pathfinder with TX License Plate BN6K005.
One person was killed and three others were injured in a leak at a Pasadena chemical plant, police say.
There is nothing on paper yet, but San Antonio billionaire Red McCombs is pushing the idea hard and he has told reporters there is a real ch…
The Houston Independent School District board voted 5-4 on Thursday night to rename four campuses named after Robert E. Lee or others linked…
Several large oil companies have already started laying off many of their employees.
The 63-year-old pleaded guilty to stealing money from investors between 2007 and 2012. She will serve four years behind bars.
Paxton is accused of profiting from insider information about the land deal.
In a 28-page complaint Thursday, Newton Schwartz asked the Supreme Court to decide if he was a ‘natural born citizen.’
Two witnesses followed the suspect, whose pickup truck overturned on a rural road about 4 miles away from the crime.
He’s raised more than $7 million in the July through December period.
Last year in Texas, callers reported 330 trafficking cases to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.
If convicted of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act violation, he could be sentenced to up to six months in federal prison and fined up to $15,000…