Mike and Seth discuss the scary scenario for Texans fans: Three AFC South teams will have franchise quarterbacks next season and the Texans won’t.
A former South Texas convenience store owner faces up to 20 years in prison for running a $275,000 food stamps scheme.
Police say a 77-year-old East Texas man has fatally shot a would-be burglar who broke into his home.
A former Houston-area high school teacher has been indicted in a child pornography case.
A North Texas woman who stole personal documents from a registered nurse and faked being a health care worker faces up to 15 years in prison.
A San Antonio man has been accused of using a slingshot to break windows in drive-by vandalism targeting stores and public buses.
Police in the Texas Panhandle have arrested two people after a homeowner held them at gunpoint and reported that they stole from his backyard shed.
An Austin-area man has been charged after police say he sexually assaulted an underage teenager and a recording of the assault was uploaded to Facebook.
Former Texan and KPRC 2 sports anchor Chester Pitts joined the Patrick and Cody show and discussed Clowney being shut down for the season, Ryan Fitzpatrick’s potential at starting quarterback and the offensive line’s performance.
A body found under the floorboards of a West Texas home was the mother of a woman imprisoned for stealing her late father’s federal benefits.