Abbott Proposes Revenue Cap to Lower Texas Property Taxes
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has unveiled a plan to cut property taxes, hoping to make the proposal a centerpiece of his re-election campaign despite its needing to be approved by the Legislature.
Bitter Cold, Icy Roads Continue to Plague Parts of Texas
Bitter cold continues to grip parts of Texas as Houston-area authorities urge people to stay off icy roads and a state electricity supplier is asking consumers to moderate their energy use.
Authorities Identify Man Killed by Fort Worth Police in Raid
Authorities have identified a man Fort Worth SWAT officers shot and killed during a drug raid.
Gunfire in Garland Leaves 1 Man Dead, 2 Teens Wounded
Police say gunfire at a Dallas-area residence has one man dead and two teens wounded.
Man Arrested in Theft of Texas Collector’s Kiss Memorabilia
Police in West Texas have arrested a man suspected of stealing a devoted fan's collection of Kiss rock group memorabilia acquired over 40 years.
Ex-Texas Officer Gets 10-Year Term for Teen’s Shooting Death
A jury has sentenced a former suburban Dallas police officer to 10 years in prison for the shooting death of a 16-year-old who had burglarized his SUV.
Family of Four Found Shot to Death in Southeast Texas
Officers discovered man and two boys in bed with apparent gunshot wounds and the woman on the floor, also with a gunshot wound.
Indiana National Guard Soldier Dies at Fort Hood in Texas
The Indiana National Guard says one of its soldiers has died after arriving for training at Fort Hood in Texas.
Suspect, 21, Shot by Round Rock Police Dies at Hospital
A man police say opened fire on Central Texas officers investigating reports of a suspicious person in a neighborhood has died after being shot by police.