The Associated Press
Delay in Producing Evidence May Delay School Shooting Trial
The trial of a Texas school shooting suspect may be delayed for a year as federal investigators have yet to deliver key evidence, prosecutors said Monday.
The Latest: Police: 5 Officers Hit in Houston Shooting
Houston police say five officers have been struck in a shooting and have been taken to local hospitals.
Texas Man Found Not Guilty Due to Insanity in Church Attack
A South Texas jury has determined that a man who authorities say fatally stabbed a worshipper and wounded three others during a church service last year is not guilty by reason of insanity.
Austin Police Investigating Attack on Couple as Hate Crime
Police in Austin say they've opened a hate-crime investigation into a weekend attack that resulted in a gay couple being hospitalized.
Woman Rescued from Swollen Texas River After Husband Dies
Authorities say a woman was stranded for two days after her 79-year-old husband was fatally swept away in a river after their amphibious all-terrain vehicle became stuck in the water.
Murder Conviction Upheld of Texas Man Found With Phone Data
Texas' highest criminal court has upheld the murder conviction of a man who claimed police violated his rights by using cellphone location data to find him without a warrant.
President Trump Offers Temporary ‘Dreamers’ Deal for Border Wall
President Trump made the address Saturday afternoon after participating in an immigration naturalization ceremony at the White House
Appeals Court Stays Convicted Killer’s Tuesday Execution
A Texas appeals court has delayed this week's scheduled execution of a man convicted of killing his girlfriend's 13-month-old daughter during what the couple had said was part of an "exorcism."
Driver Who Chased SUV Involved in Fatal Crash Indicted
A man who authorities say chased an SUV filled with egg-throwing teens, causing a crash near Houston that killed another motorist, has been indicted on manslaughter and other charges.
Venue Change Sought for Teen in Fatal Texas School Shooting
Attorneys for an 18-year-old student are seeking a change of venue for his capital murder trial in the fatal shooting of 10 people last year at a Texas high school.