Texas Governor: White House Disaster Aid Bill ‘Inadequate’
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is criticizing as "completely inadequate" the Trump administration's $44 billion disaster aid request to Congress.
Dallas to Pay Nearly $62M to First Responders in Back Pay
Dallas will pay nearly $62 million to settle a back pay dispute with police and firefighters in a salary issue related to a 1979 decision by voters.
Lubbock-Cooper ISD Raises Money to Support Rockport, Texas
Lubbock-Cooper ISD has raised more than $30,000 to benefit the students and staff of Aransas County ISD in Rockport, Texas as their schools recover from destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Son Charged With July Slaying of Father in San Antonio
Authorities in San Antonio have charged a 19-year-old man with the July fatal shooting of his father.
Several Slightly Hurt in Denton Apartment Floor Collapse
Police say at least six people suffered minor injuries when part of the floor in a third-story apartment collapsed during a homecoming party at a North Texas complex.
Community to Honor Church Attack Victims on Veterans Day
Veterans Day has special meaning this year in the small South Texas community where a church massacre occurred last weekend. Nearly half of the victims had ties to the U.S. Air Force.
Dallas-Area Voters Opt to Close Troubled School Bus Agency
Voters have decided to close a government school bus agency in Dallas that's been beset by deep financial troubles and questionable business dealings.
Man Found Guilty of Slaying 6 at Texas Campsite in 2015
A man has been convicted of capital murder in the brutal slayings of six people at a remote Texas campsite in 2015.
Sutherland Springs Shooting Victims’ Names Released
The Texas Department of Public Safety has released the names of the 26 victims who were killed in the Sutherland Springs Church shooting