Undercover Colors nail polish changes color when in contact with Rohypnol, Xanax and GHB so a person knows when to drink or dump a beverage.
When it was overwhelmed by thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children, Texas relaxed its standards for the shelters that house them.
Since October of 2013, records from the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University (TRAC) show the number of people in the U.S. prosecuted by the federal government for illegal re-entry has surged to nearly 20,000.
The city of Bell on the edge of Los Angeles is planning to open a temporary shelter for the Central American children who have entered the country illegally in recent months.
Police in central Texas say synthetic marijuana that caused more than 30 people to fall ill was obtained in Dallas and sold by dealers in downtown Austin.
Prosecutors have dropped felony charges against a Dallas slaughterhouse and one of its executives that arose from the dumping of pig’s blood into a creek along the Trinity River near the slaughterhouse.
Police in University Park arrested two suspects in a driveway robbery that happened in December.
Accused Fair Park serial rapist, Draylon Van Dixson was charged with an additional seven counts of aggravated robbery on Friday.
Texas officials say the Prada Marfa is an illegal roadside advertisement and is considering what to do about the iconic West Texas structure.
Prosecutors say FBI special agents were monitoring online trafficking of child porn in a publicly-available peer-to-peer file-sharing site in early January 2012 and came across an individual using the username, “Classybitch,” later identified as Perdue.
The PGA Tour is going along with the new rule that will make it illegal in 2016 to use a long putter that is anchored to the body.
Pinterest is the third most popular social media site behind Facebook and Twitter, encouraging users to share “beautiful things.” But could you get in trouble with each pin?