A vet accused of killing a cat with a bow and arrow appears in court, the Mansfield Dam floodgates open and a deadly Bastrop wrong-way crash…
The family has no prior history with Texas child welfare officials.
During John Specia’s tenure at DFPS, the agency underwent a drastic transformation to improve internal management issues.
New financial documents show Ridesharing Works for Austin has increased its spending to $4.6 million in the past three weeks.
“…And then inside of it is another small pizza.”
The month of May brings mosquito season in Texas and this year it will also bring renewed concerns over the Zika virus.
It’s one of the physics world’s most complex machines, and it has been immobilized — temporarily — by a weasel.
Shigella cases at Cele Middle School and Dessau Middle School were reported Tuesday.
The Texas-Oklahoma State baseball series has been delayed by a day.
For those living in San Marcos that are not students, finding housing is difficult.
Chris Gaither, 11, was home alone Wednesday morning when he heard a noise.
Earlier this week, 350 linemen were working around the clock to restore power to some 22,000 customers.
Houston oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. said Friday 332 rigs sought oil and 87 explored for natural gas
The full New Orleans-based appeals court will hold a new hearing on the Texas law in May.
He is currently facing charges of robbery and malicious wounding. He’s accused of shooting a man during a robbery back in February.
Bret Champion said the decision to leaver Leander “was the most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make.”
He was still on a probationary status with the police organization.