The discovery of a submerged pickup with skeletal remains in Lake Granbury, Texas, on Thursday may have solved the mystery of a woman who disappeared 35 years ago.
A year after a fertilizer plant explosion rocked the tight-knit city of West, Texas, a lot of the physical damage is cleaned up, but the emotional scars still run deep.
Seahawks running back Christine Michael takes Texas teen to high school prom.
Deep in the back woods of South Texas you never know what might be lurking around the corner or in your tree.
The soldier who shot three people to death at Fort Hood apparently did not see combat during a tour in Iraq three years ago but was clearly troubled.
Houston area driver goes around railroad crossing gates and is hit by speeding commuter train.
More than 100 cats are removed from home in Houston, Texas.
A federal appeals court has upheld Texas' tough new abortion restrictions.
Construction worker on fifth floor of burning building in Houston is pulled to safety, seconds before the building's roof collapses.
Oil-soaked birds spotted near site of Texas fuel spill.
The state of Texas is taking steps to stop the spread of invasive Zebra Mussels and more Texoma counties will be affected starting this weekend.
A Waco artist was arrested in Wichita County this week for vandalism at a West Texas art object.
Argument over film in movie theater parking lot ends with hit-and-run fatality.
Family members of Philip Wood, who was on the Malaysian Air Flight 370 that went missing earlier this month, still believe he is alive.
A Citibank spokesperson confirmed to KFDX Thursday morning that the corporation is closing some of its branches in Texas as part of its marketing strategy that focuses on larger cities.
The brothers of a Texas man aboard a Malaysia Airlines jet that vanished over the South China Sea said their faith and memories of their brother’s recent visit home are helping them cope.
Texas Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democratic state senator Wendy Davis cruised to victories in their respective gubernatorial primaries Tuesday and will square off in November to replace departing Gov. Rick Perry.
Yet another Bush may be rising among the ranks in Texas politics.
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed three members to the Midwestern State University Board of Regents for terms to expire Feb. 25, 2020.
A federal judge on Wednesday declared Texas’ ban on gay marriage unconstitutional but left the ban in place while an appeals court considers the matter.
The city of Victoria, Texas turns to goats to help reduce fire danger
Strange creature photographed near Houston, Texas.
Colorado's legal marijuana sales are drawing Texan tourists to the state.
The state's new high school graduation requirements began to take shape Thursday.
The husband of a Mineral Wells woman found dead in a freezer has been charged with providing her with methamphetamine.
16-year-old Texas girl hospitalized after falling 3,500 feet during skydiving accident.
Unemployment numbers continue to fall in Texas and Texoma.
Thornberry talks about issues ranging from the NSA to the drought in Texoma.
Texas police investigate after photos of several nude high school students from neighboring schools are posted to Instagram.
How far would your boss go to help you out in a health crisis? For one 19-year-old woman in Texas, the medical bills are piling up and she can't even afford to find out if her brain tumor is cancerous.
Disabled Texas teen achieves lifelong dream to join some of the best high school football players in the country.
Texas woman gives birth to third set of twins
Texas veterans sleep in a dumpster and ask for donations for homeless vets.
USAF SSgt Arlene Harris
A South Texas man faces an aggravated robbery charge after being accused of ordering several tacos, pulling a sword and refusing to pay.
Texas man begins cross country journey carrying huge cross in all 50 states.
USAF Brig Gen Kindsvater and Col Bunch, SAFB, TX
US Navy PO3 Hannah Gunn
USAF MSgt Brian Davis
USAF MSgt Travis Chaney