A federal appeals court upheld key parts of Texas's strict anti-abortion law on Tuesday, a decision that could leave as few as seven abortion clinics in the nation's second largest state.
Austin police are looking into an incident downtown after a video showed a mounted officer grabbing a man's cellphone as he filmed and then another officer spraying the man with what appeared to be pepper spray or mace.
There are a slew of positives now that the drought is over, but a business that skyrocketed then is now drying up.
Rider High, Jefferson Elementary, Kate Burgess, Kirby Middle, and Hirschi High Schools went on Red Alert Wednesday morning.
High waters is causing the Lake Arrowhead state park to be closed for the third day in a row.
Police are still working to identify a body found in flood waters in Wichita Falls on Sunday.
Graham Police Chief Tony Widner says they're looking for 22-year-old Leah Donnice Martin.
One man is still hospitalized this morning after a crop dusting plane crashed in an Archer County field Sunday morning.
Now that hundreds of graduates are heading out into the working world, will they be able to find jobs? Here's a bit of a spoiler for you: things are looking a bit more cheery this year compared to recent years.
Family and friends of Texas flood victims gathered at a community center Thursday thank first responders and volunteers who have been searching for their loved ones.
Crews continue to search for a 12-year-old girl who disappeared while swimming in the Gulf of Mexico in Galveston on Thursday.
Governor Greg Abbott today declared a state of disaster in 24 additional counties, bringing the total number of counties under Texas’ state disaster declaration to 70.
After a months-long staring contest between the House and the Senate, the lower chamber gave a sweeping border security bill a final blessing Thursday.
Texas state lawmakers have negotiated a final version of a bill allowing licensed open carry of handguns, priming it for a likely Friday vote to send it to Gov. Greg Abbott.
When it comes to the possibility of more heavy rain, Camp Chaparral, like so many other businesses, is now playing the waiting game. Staff members are eagerly waiting for the water that flooded the camp grounds to recede.
These are the current lake levels as of early Sunday evening.
An order signed by Wichita County Judge Woody Gossom orders additional home evacuations.
Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham says the evacuation area due to the increased risk for flooding has been expanded in the city and in Wichita County.
Art & Soul is a new festival being put together by Downtown Wichita Falls Development.
Although Lake Wichita isn't a part of the Wichita Falls Water Supply, the lakes that are still inching higher and higher.