Terrorism Homework Has Parents ConcernedMemorial Elementary School in New Braunfels is catching heat over a third-grade homework assignment about terrorism, asking kids to fill in blanks with words like "hijack."
Best Memorial Day Getaways Near DFWWithin just a few hours of Dallas and Fort Worth there are many different Memorial Day experiences to choose from, all of which will be filled with friends, family and fun.
10 Reasons To Make Austin, TX Your Next VacationAustin ranks among the best cities in America in several categories, including best bike cities, most fittest and most vegan friendly
Lawmaker Drops Religious Freedom ProposalA legislator from Dallas has scrapped his proposal preventing the government from burdening a person's free exercise of religion after opposition from Texas businesses.
Indigent Defense Idea To Get First Test In USTexas County Will Allow Indigents to Hire Their Own Attorneys at Taxpayer Expense
Best Up-And-Coming Travel Destinations Of 2015Travelers looking to visit someplace new should consider these five up-and-coming American travel destinations in 2015.
Judge Strikes Down 'Can Ban' Along Hill Country RiversA judge has struck down an ordinance the Hill Country city of New Braunfels adopted that banned disposable food and beverage containers.
State Senate Passes Marriage ID BillTexans 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.
'Beer Can Ban' Slowing Guadalupe River Tubing TourismA single city ordinance on the popular Guadalupe River is stirring frustration and confusion. So, just to clear things up: Boozing while tubing is still legal. It's a new ban on disposable beer containers that has many confused.
New Braunfels Voters Uphold 'Can Ban' On RiversNew Braunfels voters decided to prohibit beer cans and other disposable containers on the Guadalupe River and Comal River.
New Braunfels Fighting Over Beer Can Ban On RiversThe question for voters is simple: ban the can, or can the ban?
New Braunfels Residents To Vote On River Can BanResidents in New Braunfels will vote Tuesday on whether they want to ban disposable containers on their rivers, a proposal that has divided a town whose economy relies heavily on tourism.