One lights display is more than just flash this holiday season.
Many elderly people in central Texas, are spending this holiday season alone. That’s not acceptable for one charity.
Central Alabama is experiencing flash flooding and tornado warnings as storms move through the area.
Two new studies show statins offset the flu vaccine, although the studies can’t identify why.
Being in the hospital during the holidays can be difficult. But a new staff member at St. David’s is brightening up their stays.
A rancher is worried about ‘losing’ his land after an endangered spider was found on his property.
An accidental fire on Christmas morning caused more than $100,000 dollars in damage and killed a woman’s cat.
Police are investigating bomb threats mailed to two churches in the North Texas city of Denton before Christmas Eve services.
Border Patrol agents recently caught several Central American immigrant children after they crossed the Rio Grande.
With a hug full of love, Elizabeth Laird welcomed home soldiers at Fort Hood for years. Since 2003, she was there as troops left on deployme…
According to a report from the Obama Administration, there were more than 61,000 cyber attacks on federal agencies in 2013 and that figure i…
Next year will mark the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s (NDVH) 20th anniversary.
St. Andrews high school football coach Ty Detmer is going back to his college football days, and back to BYU.
H-E-B has chosen to opt out of Open Carry little more than a week before the new law goes into effect.
Some Austin Police officers took time out of their day to deliver a little holiday cheer to children having the toughest time of their lives…
Manor ISD student receives the perfect gift illustrating his courage and strength after losing his leg to cancer.
Roy Garza was arrested in Williamson County back in October, charged with aggravated robbery. He was released on bond six days later.
Homelessness is down three percent state wide. Still, the national alliance to end homelessness says at least 30,000 don’t have a permanent …
“We helped over 600 families in over a month and a half. From maybe just a bed to a dining room table or maybe to furnish their whole home.”
Gilman was the former dean of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas