Panelists say the biggest threats we face are solar storms and a nuclear blast high in the atmosphere. Both could knock out power for months…
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the review process is expected to take about three years.
A neighbor called a shelter to say that there had been a dog on the steps of the church for three days.
As part of Taylor’s five-year Capital Improvement Plan, the city is looking to spend $10 million on its wastewater master plan.
Refunds are being offered on the Levitation website. Social media chatter suggests some of the bands are looking for other venues to perform…
In response to the threat, police were notified and patrols at the unidentified hospital were increased.
“My mommy was a donor. That is when somebody gives their organs to someone so they can live.”
The suspect wore a cap with “CIA” written in white, fleeing with an undisclosed amount of money.
The Audubon Society is hoping that people will use this as a learning and teaching experience.
South Carolina’s governor urged the Obama administration to stop plans to move Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States.
The study analyzed 50 years of spanking research by experts at The University of Texas at Austin and the University of Michigan.
Wallingford was held for 10 months until Valentine’s Day 1973, when his plane landed at Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio.
The director says he has received mixed feedback in response to an editorial he wrote about Johnny Manziel.
Three children were taken to Dell Children’s Medical Center and are expected to recover.
A proposal headed to Austin City Council would allow certain existing static billboards to be converted into digital billboards.
Trump said North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom law” has caused unnecessary strife.
Should the debate over Uber and Lyft move to the State Capitol? Both sides took their case to a Texas Public Policy Foundation forum.