Two window washers were trapped above downtown Houson when a scaffolding broke.
The stolen money came from some 170 different drug cases, and was allegedly taken between December 2009 and July 2014.
An employee lost a fingertip during an altercation with a shop-lifter stealing condoms, lubricant, panties, and bras.
“After Judge Kocurek was shot in her driveway, we must be mindful about safety in our workplace.”
An apparent suicide bomber with links to Syria detonated a bomb in a historic district of Istanbul popular with tourists Tuesday morning, ki…
After 20 years out of the classroom, Jenny Bragdon impressed Dr. Jill Biden, who extended an invite to State of the Union address.
In the new Texas teacher evaluation under review, districts will have the option to grade a teacher on their students’ test scores.
A push of a button can get you a meal in minutes, but a KXAN Investigation found that convenience is also raising some concern for health of…
BCLTRT can help disaster victims with home repairs and even have their home rebuilt if they qualify.
“We know who did it, we know where he lives, we know where he works, we know all about him and his girlfriend.”
A popular store brand of children’s cold medicine has issued a voluntary recall affecting several stores.
In 1983, Bowie wanted to get in shape for his upcoming “Serious Moonlight” tour. An unlikely friendship formed out of his training.
There is some common ground emerging, that mammography advice shouldn’t always be one-size-fits all.
Shaka Smart is trying to figure out how to get things turned around and do it in the gauntlet that is the Big 12 Conference
Austin police say that before these two incidents there were 52 rock throwing incidents reported, now taking the total to 54.
The reasons, AISD reports, are lower birth rates, additional education options, and most significantly, affordability.
President Obama promises his last State of the Union will be unorthodox.
The 61-year-old victim, dressed in an orange robe, was accosted while he was at a lottery machine at a Philadelphia gas station.
Tonya Couch’s new bond was set Monday at $75,000, down from $1 million.
Prosecutors say a man enlisted in the Marine Corps a year after the Korean War ended but was never wounded in the line of duty.