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Houston police have issued an arrest warrant charging with murder a suspect in the fatal shooting of a co-worker at a northeast Houston workplace.
A disabled U.S. Army veteran was left outraged after he returned to his van after attending the National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Downtown Dallas to find his vehicle booted and fined.
A young woman went blind in one eye within 24 hours after catching a flesh-eating bacteria during a mud run in Dallas this month.
Texas’ unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.3 percent in May, after holding steady at 4.2 percent in March and April, a state agency reported Friday.
A night out at a restaurant was anything but a pleasant experience for a woman who said she witnessed a mother abusing her little boy.
The Trinity River has risen five feet since Monday night; making it more than 35 feet high.
Now that the legislative session has ended, Governor Greg Abbott said he will start his efforts to lure businesses to Texas.
People are packing up and leaving their homes before the outer bands of Tropical Storm Bill bring heavy rains Wednesday morning.
Today’s projected rainfall will flow into already waterlogged reservoirs that protect our larger cities.
The looming rain from a developing gulf storm could play a critical role to the parks and businesses around Joe Pool Lake.
Dodging potholes has become a part of the daily commute. Still, a huge one in Grand Prairie this morning caught drivers by surprise.
Clashing views went face-to-face Friday evening in front of McKinney Police Department as protesters were met with a counter protesters in a heated yet peaceful exchange.