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Soldier Killed During Training Exercise at Fort Hood
Officials say a soldier has been killed while participating in medical helicopter evacuation training at a U.S. Army post in Texas.
North Texas Doctor Sentenced to Nearly 17 Years for Fraud
A North Texas physician must serve nearly 17 years in federal prison and repay $34 million in a health care services fraud case involving home visits.
Barges to Provide Housing for Some Harvey-Displaced Texans
Government officials say floating barges outfitted with living quarters will provide temporary homes for hundreds of Southeast Texas residents displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Equipment Blamed for Release of Galveston Wastewater Sludge
Experts blame equipment failure for the release of about 135,000 gallons of wastewater sludge into Galveston Bay.
Man Kills Ex-Wife, Then Self in Front of Child in Fort Worth
Fort Worth police say a man fatally shot his ex-wife in front of their 9-year-old son in a library parking lot before killing himself.
Police: At Least 8 Dead After Shooting in North Texas
Authorities in North Texas say at least eight people are dead, including the suspect, after a shooting at a home in Plano.
Officials Search for Child After Texas Boating Accident
Officials say a child was missing after a boating accident at a lake located near Lubbock that left at least nine people injured.
Man Charged With 12 Felonies For Fatal Wreck Arrested Again
A 23-year-old West Texas man charged with 12 felony counts for a traffic wreck that left three people dead and he and three others hurt has been arrested again for violating his bond conditions.
Texas Issues First Medical Marijuana License
Texas has issued its first medical marijuana license, and two more companies are expected to be awarded licenses soon.
Texas, US Gas Prices Continue to Surge in Harvey’s Aftermath
Retail gasoline prices in Texas and across the country continue to surge in the aftermath of catastrophic flooding brought by Harvey.