New Law Means Porch Pirates In Texas Will Face Felony ChargesTexas Governor Greg Abbott has signed House Bill 37 into law, making it a felony to steal mail and packages from someone's property.
Another Setback In Securities Fraud Case Against Texas AG Ken PaxtonThere's been another setback for special prosecutors trying to bring Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to trial on securities fraud charges.
Today The Nation Joins Texas Celebrating JuneteenthToday is Juneteenth the day our nation commemorates the de facto end of slavery in the United States.
Houston Area Man Re-Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing 11-Year-Old Boy To DeathAndre Timothy Jackson, Jr., a Marine Corps veteran, was arrested during a traffic stop in Baytown, a Houston suburb.
Texas Police Fatally Shoot Suspect After Patrol Cars RammedA 20-year-old driver was shot and killed by police in South Texas after investigators say he used his vehicle to ram patrol cars.
Childhood Poverty Continues To Swell, Especially In The SouthwestTexas' childhood population swelled by an additional 2.5 million since 1990. The number of children in poverty there increased from about 1.1 million to 1.5 million.
More Scrutiny For Texas Border patrol Center After Teen Found With PreemieNew scrutiny over the weekend for a South Texas U.S. Border Patrol where a teenage mother was found with a premature baby.
Conditions At Texas Border Patrol Facility Highlighted After Premature Baby FoundAn advocate found a sick teen with a tiny baby, born premature, being held in detention instead of where she believes the baby should have been — a hospital neonatal unit.
Texas Mansion Near Golf Course Goes Up In Flames, 2 Painters InjuredTwo painters were injured in a massive fire that destroyed a 10,000-square-foot Texas mansion.
Bags Of King Arthur Flour Recalled Over Possible E. Coli ContaminationA safety alert for all cooks to check their baking products. Select bags of King Arthur Flour are being recalled due to possible E. coli contamination.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott Signs $1.6B Disaster Relief, Preparedness Plan Into Law 2 Years After Hurricane HarveyGovernor Abbott signed the bill in Houston, where the Category 4 hurricane dumped more than 50 inches of rain.