Residents of five Texoma counties may be able to withstand more months of severe drought thanks to a half million dollar forgivable loan from the State Drinking Water Fund.
A home sustains thousands of dollars in damage after fire rips through part of the house.
Pleasanton Independent School District officials scrambled Tuesday to find out how a disabled 4th grader with Down's syndrome was left behind on a school bus.
Southwest Airlines on Tuesday announced it grounded 128 jets after it failed to inspect hydraulic systems designed to serve as a back-up in case of trouble with the aircraft's rudder system.
Through the Texas state unclaimed property database, Texans can claim money that the state owes them.
An amended indictment against Rick Perry is "woefully deficient" and should be rejected because it fails to allege a crime was committed when the former governor vetoed funds.
A woman was found alive and barely clothed inside a cardboard box near a landfill in Texas, and now police are working to figure out what happened.
The Texas Center for the Missing has issued a Houston Regional Amber Alert for the Harris County Sheriff's Office for a missing 7-year-old.
Greg Abbott hasn’t talked much about ethics reform since he got elected Texas governor, but the newly minted chief executive is expected to make a renewed push for it Tuesday during his State of the State address.
Texas A&M University has announced the Corps of Cadets will be led by a woman for the first time in the university's 139-year history.
House Speaker Joe Straus became the legislative Border Patrol last week, tapping the brake when Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick proposed booking the National Guard for an extended stay on the Texas-Mexico line.
Wal-Mart filed a lawsuit in an Austin federal court on Thursday challenging a Texas law that forbids the company from owning and operating liquor stores in the state.
Survivors gathered with their family members to sing the national anthem, say the pledge of allegiance and pray for the weekend.
Eagle Railcar, a company that repairs, inspects, and recertifies railroad cars is waiting for an answer from city council.
After a woman posted a photo online of a worm she says she found in her lunch at local Chinese buffet, the incident went viral, prompting a visit from the Lubbock Health Department.
House Speaker Joe Straus pushed back against threats both physical and political Wednesday, saying, “Texas House members aren’t going to be bullied."
The Texas Medical Board will meet Thursday to consider a 21st-century question: How should the state regulate doctor-patient relationships when they exist only in cyberspace and, in some cases, across state lines?
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.