Whataburger has resumed serving a full breakfast overnight after resolving egg shortages linked to the Midwest bird flu crisis.
The Texas Supreme Court has upheld the Austin divorce of a same-sex couple, rejecting challenges in a state where gay marriage remains outlawed.
Earning college credit may soon get easier for high school students who take Advanced Placement courses in Texas.
The home address listed on a Texas driver's license used to be one of the best tools police had to track people down, serve warrants or notify next-of-kin when someone died. But no more in this job-hopping, mobile culture.
The U.S. Supreme Court has backed Texas’ decision to forbid specialty license plates sporting an image of the Confederate flag, a ruling that could have national implications for how free speech protections apply to government services.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says flooding and tornadoes remain a risk as tropical depression Bill crawls north, but that the state has so far avoided the worst.
Executions are on hold in many parts of the country, but Texas is on track to carry out even more lethal injections than it did last year.
Juneteenth is known as the true anniversary of the end of slavery in Texas. And this weekend, you can be a part of a the three day historical activity.
A Stephenville man was arrested Tuesday for stealing 210 head of cattle and 30 horses, authorities said.
The backlog of immigration cases from Texas has grown almost 60 percent in two years. U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Laredo, is trying to get Congress to cough up funding for 55 more immigration judges.
A man charged with helping plan an attack on a provocative Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that ended with two men being killed in a shootout, also wanted to join Islamic State and attack the Super Bowl, prosecutors say.
A huge alligator caused a bit of a traffic jam in south Texas on Tuesday.
Police are still hoping you can help them find those responsible for gunning down 21-year-old Domanic Thrasher.
Thirty-five food trucks from around the state will be in Graham on Saturday for the first Food Truck Championship Of Texas!
A 24-year-old Austin man has been sentenced to 82 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges he sought to join the Islamic State group.
More than 60 people have been sickened in the Austin area by a synthetic drug commonly known as K2, according to a report in The Austin American-Statesman.
A grand jury in Abilene has indicted a 32-year-old woman on aggravated assault charges after prosecutors say she attacked a man with an ax.
A mother was arrested after her 18-month-old child was taken to the hospital on April 27 with second- and third-degree burns over 35-percent of his body.
Texas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment.
Police said a truck hauling vehicles collided with a train on the Texas 161 service road in Grand Prairie Wednesday morning.