The Texas Department of State Health Services confirms Thursday the first case of West Nile virus has been recorded in the state for the 2015 season.
Watch the full press briefing concerning the flooding situation in Texoma.
A Texas man who bid $350,000 to hunt a black rhinoceros in Africa in what was billed as a conservation fundraiser has killed one of the endangered animals, a Dallas Safari Club official said Thursday.
For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
The Amarillo Independent School District has filed a lawsuit for storm damages that weren't paid in full by insurance.
While covering the devastation in Bridgeport, NBC 5 reporter Jeff Smith found an orphaned dog resting atop a pile of rubble.
Saying Texas needs to avoid a “patchwork of local regulations” that threaten oil and gas production, Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday signed legislation that would pre-empt local efforts to regulate a wide variety of drilling-related activities.
At least four East Texans have been arrested in connection with the Sunday after fatal gang shooting in Waco.
The brawl and shootout at a Waco sports bar that left members of the Bandidos dead is the latest bloody chapter for a group with a history steeped in violence.
More than 160 people were arrested after a deadly biker brawl in Waco and will be charged with engaging in organized crime, police said Monday.
A Mesquite, Texas, man who pledged allegiance to ISIS and lied to the FBI about it was arrested on Thursday, according to a criminal complaint.
A highly contagious strain of dog flu known as H3N2 has arrived in Texas.
Texas has the highest percentage of one-and two-star homes in the country: 51 percent of its nursing homes are rated “below average,” or “much below average” on Nursing Home Compare.
A World War II veteran is proving it's never too late to make a dream come true.
The cowboys at Cross B Rodeo Company & Boys Ranch are proving what it means to be Texas Tough once again.
A young girl in the care of a babysitter and a pregnant women were among the people airlifted to safety in Krum on Sunday, after they were stranded in their homes by torrential downpours that gave way to flash floods.
The streams and rivers are finally slowing and going back down after last weeks torrential rains, but they could soon be going back up if the forecasts for this week remain what they look like now.
About two dozen people were injured, another 10 were unaccounted for and some homes were completely destroyed after a likely tornado struck the small town of Van, an emergency management official said.
Home surveillance camera captures high winds blowing trees across yard.
Several areas across Texoma were hit with severe weather, including reports of tornadoes, flooding, lightning, and more on Friday.