The Associated Press
Dallas Police Officer Arrested on Gambling Charge
A Dallas police officer has been placed on administrative leave after she was arrested on a misdemeanor gambling charge.
2 White Supremacists in Texas Get Death Sentence for Killing Inmate
Prosecutors say two white supremacists serving time at a federal prison in Southeast Texas have been condemned for the 2014 slaying of a fellow gang member behind bars.
3 Dead, 3 Injured in Central Texas Crash
Authorities say three people are dead and three seriously injured after a two-vehicle crash in Central Texas.
Houston Man, 21, Charged with Fatally Shooting His Father
A 21-year-old Houston man has been arrested and charged with murder for fatally shooting his father.
Fired Waco Officer Goes on Trial for Grabbing Man’s Throat
The trial has started for a Waco police officer fired after grabbing a handcuffed man by the throat during a 2016 traffic stop.
Man Convicted in Texas Dismemberment Slaying
A Texas jury convicted a suspect in the slaying of a man who was beaten with baseball bats and dismembered before his amputated and charred limbs were found on a barbecue grill.
Man Convicted in Galveston Mardi Gras Shootings Loses Appeal
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused the case of a Houston man serving five life sentences for killing one person and injuring four others by shooting into a Galveston Mardi Gras crowd in 1998.
Southwest Still Losing Business After Fatal Accident
The fatal accident on a Southwest Airlines flight this spring appears to be hurting the carrier's business more than expected.
Police Save Woman From Bridge Over Houston Ship Channel
Police have saved a woman perched on the guardrail of a Texas highway bridge across the Houston Ship Channel amid concerns she might jump.
Texas Man Freed After Being Found Innocent in 2001 Killing
A man who spent 15 years in prison for the 2001 killing of a teenager was freed on Wednesday after a judge agreed with prosecutors that he didn't commit the crime.