Federal prosecutors announced Thursday that two men who were part of a Texas drug conspiracy involving nearly 40 people have received lengthy prison sentences.
A man faces over a year in jail after pleading guilty to urinating on the Alamo back in April 2012. He was initially charged with public intoxication and public urination.
Judge George Gallagher sentenced a 49-year-old Grand Prairie man to 50 years in prison on Friday for devising an elaborate, deviant scheme to blackmail a teenage girl into having sex with him numerous times last year.
An explosion inside a candy factory in the border city of Ciudad Juarez on Thursday left one person dead and at least 40 injured, Mexican authorities said.
A state audit has found that the Texas Education Agency is unable to detect widespread cheating on the state’s school accountability system, according to a published report.
A panel of U.S. and Mexico diplomats, politicians and business leaders will meet to discuss cross-border commerce, infrastructure investments and immigration reform.
Business Insider recently ranked the safest cities in America, and three North Texas locations made the Top 20 list.
Texans applying for a marriage license would have to present photo ID under a bill being advanced in the State Legislature. The bill passed the State Senate on Tuesday.
Pope Francis has appointed the auxiliary bishop of Dallas, Mark J. Seitz, the new bishop of the Catholic Diocese of El Paso.
Authorities investigating the death of Colorado’s prisons chief are telling law enforcement officers to watch out for two men associated with a white supremacist prison gang.
A federal grand jury in West Texas has indicted a 20-year-old man who allegedly threatened to shoot President Barack Obama during his inauguration.
A CBS 11 I-Team investigation has uncovered a pattern of complaints by soldiers at a Texas Army post, triggering an outside review of the facility and drawing a promise from the commanding general that improvements are underway.