Texas Woman Hurt When Men Try to Steal Purse Containing $75K
Two men have been arrested after a woman was attacked after withdrawing $75,000 from a Houston-area bank.
Police: 1 Dead After Woman Opens Fire at Texas Warehouse
A female employee opened fire at a Houston-area food distribution center early Monday, killing a company manager and wounding another worker, police said.
Texas Gas Price Average Down Slightly From Last Week
AAA Texas reports the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is $2.61, two cents less than last week. The current national average is $2.85.
Alex Jones’ Radio Show Is Off the Airwaves in Austin
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has shut down a radio station that served as the flagship outlet for radio host Alex Jones.
Prosecutors Seek 2nd Murder Trial for Ex-Deputy’s Husband
Prosecutors say in October they'll hold another murder trial for a former deputy's husband charged in the death of a man he and his wife confronted outside a Houston-area restaurant.
Texas’ 1st School Accountability Grades Feature Few ‘Fs’
Texas on Wednesday issued its first letter grade academic accountability ratings for school districts, with only about 1 percent statewide receiving failing marks and about 10 times that getting 'As.'
Texas Prisons Still Face Guard Vacancies Despite Bonuses
The Texas prison system is facing staffing shortages seven months after designating $9 million to bring down the 14 percent officer vacancy rate.
At Least 27 Rescued After Flash Flood Hits West Texas Park
At least 27 people have been rescued after 8 to 9 inches of rain caused flash flooding in the Nueces River at a park west of San Antonio.
Ted Cruz to Make Campaign Stop in Lubbock on Monday
Here are the details of Senator Ted Cruz's campaign event in Lubbock on Monday.