Authorities say a soldier deployed overseas was chatting by video conference with his pregnant wife in Texas when the woman was repeatedly stabbed at her home by a Fort Bliss soldier.
Hundreds of thousands of people arrived in the nation’s capital to watch President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, including several dozen proud North Texans.
Microsoft is scrapping its instant-messaging program and forcing most users to switch to Skype. Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5 billion last year.
A group of Dallas high school students are having to make the best of an extended trip, all because of Hurricane Sandy.
After the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, there’s been renewed interest in space. High school teachers across the country are seizing on that to bring astronomy into the classroom.
Army investigators said Monday they found no bullet wound nor evidence of foul play in the death of a soldier in Afghanistan who died during a Skype video chat with his wife back in Texas.
Lance Corporal Tanner Ivie was awarded the Purple Heart. So, he already knew he had what it takes to ask Taylor Swift to the Marine Ball.
When professional auto racing photographers Joe Ayala and Larry Chen found themselves stranded overnight at DFW Airport June 5, they figured out a way to kill time.
Stocks are rising after Microsoft said it would buy Skype for $8.5 billion and more companies reported strong earnings.
Texas State University students are pushing the state to allow guns on their campus.
Remember the same sex couple from Dallas who Skyped their wedding ceremony last month to make it legal? Though the dust is barely off the “I do’s,” the Marriage Bureau has weighed in with a “No, you don’t.”
When Mark Reed and Dante Walkup tied the knot last month in Texas, they found a loophole and made it legal. While their boots were firmly planted at the “W” hotel in Dallas, an officiate in the District of Columbia legalized their union through SKYPE.