Former Lubbock High Swimmer Sues Over Tainted Vitamins
Madisyn Cox, world champion swimmer and former University of Texas and Lubbock High swimmer, sued Cooper Concepts claiming their multivitamins led to her suspension from competition.
Texas Man Dies After Killing Neighbor, Setting House Ablaze
Authorities in San Antonio said a man assaulted his wife, fatally shot a neighbor and set his house on fire before dying in a hail of gunfire with police.
Sid Miller Says Consumers Will Be Harmed By Texas Senate Legislation
Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller stopped by KFYO on Tuesday to discuss skimmers and agriculture.
Vance Ginn Of Texas Public Policy Foundation Discusses Property Tax Reform
Will the legislation passed out of the Texas Senate money save property owners in Texas money?
Bettencourt Opposes Sales Tax Increase Proposed By The “Big 3″
Senator Paul Bettencourt discusses property tax reform and his current opposition to plan proposed by the Governor, Lt. Governor, and House Speaker.
Garage Catches Fire at Texas Home of Boxer George Foreman
Authorities say an accidental fire in a garage at the Texas home of former heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman damaged the garage and several vehicles, but caused no injuries.
Texas Property Tax Bill Clears Senate Over Big City Backlash
A bill designed to limit rapid growth of property taxes in Texas has won its first round of approval in the state Senate.
Texas Men Jailed on Murder Charge in Death of Mother
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after authorities accused him and another man of beating his mother with baseball bats and then slitting her throat.