Swearing in new Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht in Austin on Monday, Scalia said, “I do fit right in here.”
New Texas athletic director Steve Patterson says he doesn’t see a need for a dramatic turnaround in the department and that he won’t make changes just to shake things up.
Nick Saban says he remains very committed to the University of Alabama and disputed an account of his agent’s conversation with Texas early this year.
About 100 pets that were displaced in the recent Central Texas flooding are being cared for by the Austin Humane Society as recovery efforts in the area continue.
The Texas Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether or not the state can grant divorces to same-sex couples who were married in other states.
Leaders of the state’s $3 billion cancer agency are returning to the Texas Capitol, but this time under better circumstances than the last time.
Cleanup work is getting started in earnest on Friday, a day after flash floods across Central Texas killed two men and prompted dozens of emergency rescues.
A man and a woman say they spent hours clinging to trees above a flooded, roaring creek in Central Texas after their SUV was washed away, and were finally rescued early Thursday by helicopter.
Conrad Murray accuses the Texas Medical Board of prematurely revoking his license. The former Houston cardiologist was released from a California jail this week after serving less than two years for involuntary manslaughter.
Emergency personnel rescued people on Thursday who were stranded by floodwaters in Central Texas. The flooding even forced evacuations in parts of some cities.
Gov. Rick Perry plans to cast his ballot as part of early voting. The Republican is scheduled to vote Wednesday at the Austin Public Library’s Howson Branch.
Vice President Joe Biden is again coming to Texas to tour the 24-hour National Domestic Violence Hotline based in Austin, which he has long championed.