Governor Abbott Outlines Property Tax Reform PlanAs part of his re-election campaign, Governor Greg Abbott outlined his plan to limit property tax increases. "I say enough is enough."
Police Say Man Facing Eviction Killed Texas Landlady, SelfInvestigators say a man facing eviction from a Dallas-area home for delinquent rent was found dead a day after being sought in the slaying of his landlady.
'Tourniquet Killer' Set To Be Executed In TexasA Houston-area man who was convicted of capital murder for strangling a woman, and who also confessed to strangling a 9-year-old girl and two teenagers, is set to be the first person to be executed in the U.S. in 2018.
ERCOT: Winter Peak Electricity Demand Record Broken A new winter peak demand record for electricity use was set last night and this morning due to the extreme low temperatures across Texas. 
Crowley ISD Opens Schools Early To Help Keep Students WarmThe goal of keeping kids safe in the freezing cold is something schools across North Texas are working hard to do.
Bonham ISD Cancels Classes Due To FluBonham ISD officials say the entire district will be shut down through next Tuesday because so many students have the flu.
Indicted Texas AG Has $5.7M War ChestKen Paxton faces no opposition in the GOP primary March 6 and is heavily favored in November's general election.
Fort Worth Police Looking For Fragrance ThievesFort Worth Police need help with a case that really stinks.
Oprah Coming To North Texas To Speak At Minnie's Food Pantry GalaOprah's speech at the Golden Globes left many people calling for her to make a run for the presidency. Now, folks across North Texas will have a chance to hear Oprah speak in person.
Study: Buc-ee's Is The No. 1 Gas Station In The U.S.According to a new study, Buc-ee's is the best gas station in the United States.
Texas Man On Trial In Fatal Oklahoma Interstate ShootingsA Texas man accused of killing two people as he drunkenly shot at vehicles while driving along a freeway in Oklahoma is in court to face murder charges.
High Court Rejects Texas Democrats' Gerrymandering ComplaintThe U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party charging that the Republican-controlled Legislature illegally gerrymandered the state's electoral maps.

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