A former beauty queen in West Texas has been put on probation for shoplifting a $69 shirt from a retail store.
During 2011, one of the driest years on record in Texas, residents of some of the largest cities increased their water usage — despite the widespread adoption of restrictions on lawn-watering.
The suspect allegedly ran the Sinaloa cartel’s operation in Juarez, Mexico — right across the border from El Paso.
A woman shopping on a downtown El Paso street became the victim of bullets flying across the border from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have jumped an average 7 cents this week.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials plan to unveil a new system to shorten the time it takes for people to be processed at ports of entry.
The Federal Reserve chairman is venturing into Texas. And those who watch the Fed say the visit sends a message to Bernanke’s critics.
Texas voters approved seven constitutional amendments on Tuesday, which will allow new cooperation between cities and counties.
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.
The city of Juarez takes cars’ license plates to ensure the fines will get paid. But it’s cheaper for American drivers just to get new plates.
Police in El Paso arrested a Southwest Airlines passenger on a flight from Phoenix after he refused to turn off his cell phone in the air.
President Barack Obama is pushing Congress to overhaul the immigration system, but lawmakers seems to have little appetite for the issue.