Gabriel Castillo died when a driver ran into his car on Saturday evening.
The Department of Defense cannot explain why a commercial natural gas station in Afghanistan cost U.S. tax payers $43 million.
Nearly three weeks after a wildfire destroyed homes in Bastrop County, more than 200 cadets from across the nation gathered at Camp Swift to…
The National Confectioners Association recommends enjoying your Halloween treats as soon as possible.
He’s too young to vote or drive, but Moshe Kai Cavalin is an accomplished teenager.
Republican presidential candidates have agreed on a series of demands giving them greater control of debates, as the GOP’s frustrated 2016 c…
A young man paralyzed from the neck down as a child turned out to be an impressive artist with the help of technology.
The turkey talk-line, Butterball, is ready to make sure your turkey is perfect this holiday season.
Amazon is giving away free vinyl records.
The flooding over the weekend is still causing delays and cancellations.
“There was a lot of dust, there was a victim at 10th and Red River that flew up in the air almost as high as the telephone line then fall ba…
“Paint Shield” claims to kill over 99.9 percent of bacteria when it is painted on walls.
Get ready to see a lot more facial hair this month.
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The Dallas Cowboys couldn’t win in the return of Dez Bryant, who was extremely upset for more than that afterward.
The flood waters have receded but what a deadly mess was left behind. The rain came and the Onion Creek neighborhood was caught in chaos onc…
On Monday morning, Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg said she plans on appealing the case to a higher court.
The Aleman family considers themselves lucky to be alive after calling for help as water began flooding around their home on Friday.
Former U.S. Senator of Tennessee Fred Dalton Thompson has died on Sunday at age 73, according to a statement released by his family.