A senate committee is taking up high-profile proposals that would allow concealed carry at college campuses and open carry everywhere else.
Two students are accused of threatening students and faculty through social media.
Saying that drug cartels are “ramping up” their efforts as the Texas National Guard prepares to leave the Rio Grande Valley next month, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced Tuesday that he’s seeking an additional $12 million to keep the troops there through May.
A study by a team of Texas A&M-led architecture researchers employing lasers and digital images shows the iconic west facade of the Alamo in downtown San Antonio is slowly eroding.
A Graham couple is now on the road to weight loss after undergoing bariatric surgery together at United Regional this week.
A teenager was fired from her job at a pizza parlor the day before she was supposed to start after posting on Twitter.
Gas prices are going up this week to a national average of $2.20 a gallon, according to the Lundberg survey.
A bill filed by Texoma Sen. Craig Estes would allow those with a concealed handgun license to carry holstered handguns in public.
David Craig Pearson remembers the first time he felt the earth tremble beneath his feet. Mother Nature wasn’t to blame. The U.S. military was.
A man with a criminal record in Wichita County has been found and arrested after a two-day manhunt in the Texas Hill Country.
RadioShack, which once had four locations in Wichita Falls, will soon only have one.
Big money is up for grabs this weekend as the Powerball jackpot reaches it's second largest total in nearly a year.
Texas health officials last year used the firing of the state's contractor for processing Medicaid claims to justify giving a no-bid "emergency" deal.
More than 38,000 students had nonmedical exemptions to school immunization laws statewide in the 2013-14 school year, according to Department of State Health Services data.
More than 30 families who have lost someone to distracted driving gathered Tuesday at the state Capitol to rally support for twin bills that would ban texting while driving in Texas.
As the flu continues to spread across the country, hospitals in Dallas say they are seeing more children becoming ill from Respiratory Syncytial Virus.
Amid complaints from drivers about confusing bills and shoddy customer service, the Texas Department of Transportation said Thursday it is working to address concerns with its new toll billing system.
Candidates can now file to run for the municipal elections in May.
A dog shot at a Houston, Texas area dog park on Sunday has died.
Levelland Police officers shot Jose Antonio Espinoza Ruiz Friday morning. Ruiz died from the gunshot wound.