Gay rights advocates and religious conservatives were expected to pack a San Antonio city meeting on Thursday for a vote on nondiscrimination protections.
Authorities in South Texas are seeking a 19-year-old man suspected in the fatal shooting of his parents allegedly after an argument.
A roller coaster at a Six Flags park in San Antonio has reopened one month after a woman died in an accident on the Texas Giant roller coaster at a Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington.
Ricky Williams is the new running backs coach at the University of the Incarnate Word, bringing years of knowledge of the game to the small Catholic school looking to build its program.
Politicians across the state are announcing their candidacies and hiring campaign workers, but the ongoing battle over redistricting could again delay the March primaries and make life difficult for incumbents.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is visiting Austin and San Antonio to tout the Affordable Care Act, which aims to make sure that everyone has health insurance.
Amazon is adding 7,000 jobs nationwide — including some in San Antonio, Coppell and Haslet — beefing up staff in warehouses where it fills orders and in customer service.
A two-headed turtle born last month at the San Antonio Zoo is so popular that she received more than 1,000 Facebook page “likes” Sunday.
SeaWorld in San Antonio is not just about underwater creatures. Visitors to the park can also meet some furry and feathery friends.
The Alamo will be getting some high-tech preservation help. A Texas university is leading the effort to create digital models of the historic mission in San Antonio.
Attorney General Greg Abbott has formally kicked off his 2014 campaign for governor a week after Gov. Perry said he wouldn’t seek re-election.
Saying that “the time has come to pass on the mantle of leadership,” Rick Perry announced that he will not seek reelection as governor of Texas.