Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas troopers will be out in force during the Thanksgiving holiday period looking for drunken drivers and other highway safety violators.
The murder of a Rains County woman has sheriff’s deputies and the Texas Rangers searching for her grandson.
One person was killed and another critically injured after a head-on collision occurred on a rural road just north of Granbury on Wednesday night.
A teenager is dead and another jailed in an early morning crash in rural Denton County outside of Sanger.
The Texas Department of Public Safety opened a new Driver License Mega Center in Pflugerville on Tuesday. Two similar locations are expected to open in the Dallas-Fort Worth area by the end of January 2013.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office reported Friday that one of its deputies hit and killed a pedestrian late Thursday night.
It was an early morning August 31 police chase that ended with the shooting death of a 25-year-old man. New details of the chase reveal dozens of shots fired at the suspect and has led to a Garland police officer being placed on leave.
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced Thursday the capture of one its most wanted fugitives.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has named Kirby Dendy chief of the Texas Rangers after the retirement of Hank Whitman.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has launched an online program to track prescribed painkillers and other controlled substances in a bid to fight a rising prescription drug problem.
State security agents who protected Gov. Rick Perry as he crisscrossed the country running for president have filed for an additional $104,000-plus in backlogged travel expenses.
Nine years ago the state passed the Move Over/Slow Down law, for police cars, ambulances and fire trucks that are on the side of the road, with their lights flashing. But many drivers may not know that last September the law was expanded to include tow trucks.