The Texas Department of State Health Services has released a new report which indicated most cancer rates in Flower Mound over a ten-year period were not higher than expected.
The passage from the best-selling memoir “American Sniper” that sparked former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura’s defamation lawsuit against author Chris Kyle will be removed, publisher HarperCollins said Wednesday.
AT&T announced that it will bring faster internet service to San Antonio. The company currently offers faster speeds in Austin and has committed to bring faster speeds to DFW.
The widow of Dallas firefighter Stan Wilson has issued a ‘demand’ letter to Dallas Fire-Rescue Chief Louie Bright, asking for the city’s findings on her husband’s death.
The Texas Historical Commission is poised to decide whether to designate the Astrodome a “state antiquities landmark,” which would make it harder to demolish.
The poll found that 53 percent of Americans believe the United States has no moral obligation to offer asylum to people who escape violence or political persecution.
Prosecutors in Dallas say a member of a “swatting” ring that made hoax 911 calls has pleaded guilty to computer-related conspiracy and retaliation counts.
Attorneys for a woman is renewing her appeal of a federal appeals court ruling that upheld the use of race in University of Texas undergraduate admissions.
Four students from Baylor University were heading to Louisiana on Tuesday when they were involved in a car crash. Two of the students died. The other two students were injured.
Amber Brantly says in a statement Tuesday that her husband Kent “remains very physically weak” but they “believe God will deliver” him from the deadly virus.
The long road to recovery for the city of West is proving to still be full of bumps and cracks.
The CBS 11 I-Team uncovered the names of at least six companies referenced in the John Wiley Price indictment. Dallas city leaders are taking that list and reviewing their own contracts.