Border Security Tightens Before Francis’s Visit To MexicoThe task to keep the border in El Paso with Ciudad Juarez safe during Pope Francis’s visit has become a massive undertaking described by law enforcement along the border as “unprecedented.”
Texas Woman Found Guilty Of Strangling Husband To Death With ApronA Texas woman accused of strangling her husband to death with an apron has been found guilty.
Deployed Soldier Sees Wife Attacked In Texas During Video ChatAuthorities say a soldier deployed overseas was chatting by video conference with his pregnant wife in Texas when the woman was repeatedly stabbed at her home by a Fort Bliss soldier.
Two Texas High School Basketball Teams Honored At Sweet 16Two Texas High School basketball teams were honored for sportsmanship at the Sweet 16 at Cowboys Stadium.
Dallas Trucker Could Be Freed From Mexican PrisonA Dallas truck driver who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico with a trailer full of ammunition may soon be released from a Mexican prison after paying a fine.
Mexican Judge Cuts Ammo Charge Against North Texas Trucker A Mexican appeals judge on Thursday significantly lessened the charge against a Dallas truck driver who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico with a trailer full of ammunition.
Army: No Bullet Wound Found In Soldier Skype DeathArmy investigators said Monday they found no bullet wound nor evidence of foul play in the death of a soldier in Afghanistan who died during a Skype video chat with his wife back in Texas.
Early Returns: A Runoff Ahead, Three Amendments Failing Seven of ten proposed amendments to the state constitution had the approval of most Texas voters in early returns, and a legislative race in Brazos County appeared to be on its way to a runoff.
Perry, Obama Blame Each Other For Not Meeting During Texas VisitTexas Gov. Rick Perry and President Barack Obama weren't meeting during Obama's trip to the Lone Star State -- and each side blames the other.