The Associated Press
1 Dead, Several Injured in Shooting at Houston Block Party
Police in Houston say one person was killed and several were injured in a shooting at a club that was hosting a block party for teenagers and their parents.
Houston-Area ATM Mistakenly Dispenses $100 Bills, Not $10s
An ATM in the Houston area has been shut down and was temporarily guarded by law officers after mistakenly dispensing $100 bills instead of $10s and word of the glitch got out on social media.
Judge: March Deadline to Decide on Houston-Area Remains
A Houston-area judge has set a March deadline to decide whether century-old remains believed to be those of African-American prisoners should be reburied in a nearby historic cemetery or remain at a school construction site where they were uncovered last spring.
Ousted Gay Texas Council Member Sues Over Recall Defeat
An openly gay former councilman in a small Southeast Texas town is suing after he was defeated in a recall election, an effort that surfaced after nude photos of him were anonymously sent to city hall.
Nobody Hurt as Fire Damages Abilene Reporter News Building
Nobody has been hurt in a fire that damaged the Abilene Reporter-News building and forced newspaper personnel to evacuate.
Guardsman Arrested at Border Fired Last Year by Sheriff
A National Guard member arrested on a sexual assault charge while serving on the U.S.-Mexico border lost his job as a county jailer last year after being arrested for drunken driving and allegedly lying to investigators.
At Least 19 Sick From Chemical Fumes at Central Texas School
Authorities say at least 19 students and staff reported feeling sick from apparent chemical-related fumes during maintenance at a Central Texas school.
Houston-Area Firefighter Fatally Shot During Fight, Argument
Investigators say a Houston-area homeowner has fatally shot an off-duty firefighter after both attended a party and later got into a physical fight.
Ex-Texas Rep. Steve Stockman Gets 10 Years for Conspiracy
Disgraced former Texas Rep. Steve Stockman will serve 10 years in federal prison for conspiring to bilk at least $775,000 from conservative foundations that intended the donations for charities and voter education.
Woman Who Scammed Star Athletes Out of Millions Sentenced
A woman has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for scamming star athletes out of millions of dollars by claiming to be an Ivy League university-trained financial adviser and money manager.