SeaWorld brought a porcupine and a pair of playful penguins to the CBS 11 News studio on Wednesday morning.
The teen’s nonbinding declaration continues a trend of adolescents committing to play in college. He is at least the third junior high student from Texas to commit this school year.
Google wants to offer ultra-fast Internet service in 34 more cities scattered across eight states, including Texas, in the company’s boldest challenge to cable and telecommunications providers.
Gubernatorial hopeful Wendy Davis is making a relatively rare appearance with two of Texas’ other brightest Democratic stars.
University of Texas chancellor Francisco Cigarroa said that he is resigning because he has accomplished the goals that he set five years ago, not because of political turmoil.
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.
A San Antonio lawyer being sued by oil giant BP over allegations that he falsely claimed to represent thousands of deckhands who lost money in the 2010 Gulf oil spill has asked a federal court to delay the lawsuit while a criminal investigation plays out.
A police affidavit says a woman told police investigators in Texas that she wrapped a ligature around her infant son’s neck, saw him cry and watched him die.
A San Antonio man has been arrested for allegedly bludgeoning another man to death with a sledgehammer at a New Year Eve party.
Texas wants a fond farewell for coach Mack Brown after the tension surrounding his resignation, and the Ducks were denied a BCS bowl for the first time in five years.
The state’s highest criminal court upheld the murder conviction and death sentence given to a Fort Worth man for a 2010 convenience store holdup that left two men dead.
Public education is emerging as a central issue in the Texas governor’s race between Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis.