Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to Prosecute 2016 Voter Fraud
A grand jury recently indicted three Robstown residents for nine counts of voter fraud, including ballot theft, vote harvesting, and unlawfully divulging a vote.
Austin Police Fatally Shoot Man who Claimed to Have Killed 2
A 46-year-old man who called Austin police claiming to have killed his father and brother was later fatally shot by officers while holding a pickaxe.
South Texas Officer Accused of Human Smuggling on Leave
Prosecutors say a South Texas police officer has been charged with human smuggling after being caught among the dunes at Padre Island National Seashore during a Border Patrol search for immigrants.
4 Teens Charged with Defacing West Texas Public Art Murals
Police say three men and a woman have been charged with defacing religious murals in a West Texas public art display known as Paintbrush Alley.
Brutality Claim Disproved, Woman Charged with Perjury
A woman who accused police of brutalizing her during a Central Texas public intoxication arrest, only to have police video disprove the claim, has been charged with perjury.
Immigrant Detainee Who Alleged Abuse Sues for Release
An immigrant who alleged she had been sexually abused at the center where she is detained is suing for her release.
Officers and Civilians Receive Active Shooter Response Training
The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events is a training course that provides strategies and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.
Speeding Driver Fleeing Police Dies After Crash, Explosion
The driver of a speeding car being chased by Houston police has been killed after his car caught fire, hit a highway wall, flew over a bridge, crashed into a bayou and then exploded.
No Threat Found After Texas School Put on Lockdown
Officials say they found no threat when responding to a high school southeast of Houston that was placed on lockdown after students and teachers said they heard "popping sounds" outside.