The Latest: Ex-Priest Gets Life in Prison for 1960 Killing
A jury has sentenced a former priest to life in prison for the strangulation death of a female parishioner 57 years ago.
Andrew White Announces Candidacy for Texas Governor
Andrew White, an entrepreneur and "common sense Democrat", is running in the 2018 Democrat Primary for Texas Governor.
Mexican Man Admits to Illegal Border Crossing That Killed 3
Federal authorities say a Mexican national has pleaded guilty to charges that he was attempting to lead a group of people across the Texas border when three died after being swept away by rushing waters.
Couple Charged in Girl’s Death Denied Access to Living Child
A judge has ruled that a suburban Dallas couple facing charges after the death of their adopted 3-year-old daughter may not have any contact with their 3-year-old biological daughter.
Assaults Against Border Agents Up, Border Arrests Down In 2017
Is Trump's rhetoric already having results at the U.S.-Mexico border?
Austin Man Flees Mental Health Facility, Sets Home on Fire
An Austin man who told authorities he escaped from a mental health facility is charged with arson after investigators say he set a fire in his family's home.
Texas Inmate Accused of Murder Found Dead in Jail Cell
Harris County sheriff's officials say a 26-year-old man awaiting trial in the 2015 killing of a woman has been found dead in his cell.
Study Shows How Much Debt Texas College Students Have
How much student debt can college students in Texas expect to graduate with? It's not pretty.
Couple: Air Force Partly to Blame for Texas Church Shooting
A couple whose son was among eight members of one family killed in a Texas church shooting has filed a legal claim with the U.S. Air Force, saying the military branch is partly to blame.