An appeals court opinion on Friday has reversed an order to suppress statements she made to police while they investigated her missing son, …
Charlie Brewer has a little something to call his own in the decorated family history of playing quarterback in Texas.
One in six Central Texans are in danger of going hungry every day.
They say remains were found June 27 in one of three coal rotary plows at the Apache Generating Station in Arizona.
The state’s cut in Medicaid reimbursement rates is expected to greatly reduce the number of therapists who treat kids with disabilities in T…
Officials in the Killeen school district north of Austin ordered a nurse’s aide to remove a handmade decoration featuring a Bible verse from…
The new rules, which would have gone into effect on Dec. 19, requires the burial or cremation of fetal remains.
Prosecutors say Fred Couch told police he was an officer.
Rep. Dawnna Dukes will resign her seat on Jan. 10; resulting in a special election.
Residents are being told not to try treating, boiling or filtering the water.
Sanctuary cities, school funding, overhauling CPS and the fight over transgender bathrooms are all on Gov. Greg Abbott’s legislative list.
Pregnant women already in Brownsville should strictly follow steps to prevent mosquito bites after 5 locally transmitted Zika cases.
A new reentry vocational pilot program is in the works to specifically address the high rate of recidivism in Texas’ state jails.
A Texas Panhandle woman and man must serve five-year prison terms for seeking to have her estranged husband killed in the plot.
The company says it will initially have at least 200 employees at the new Denver office.
Admitted he funneled dozens of assault weapons to a Mexican cartel last year with the help of other soldiers.
A grant will help find transportation services to make sure people meet their follow up court dates.
Back in March, the city council voted to delay background checks until a potential employee was given a hire-offer.
Four people, three from Austin, were each sentenced to multiple years in prison for human smuggling.
Texas spends more than $800 million on border security; Abbott says those costs could be cut back under a Trump administration.