DART Adds Service For Upcoming Texas-Oklahoma WeekendThe Red River Showdown between the Sooners and the Longhorns is fast approaching, and DART is already preparing to welcome college football fans dressed in burnt orange or crimson red.
Appeals Court Allows More Of Texas 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA federal appeals court has partially lifted a judge's order that blocked much of a Texas law targeting "sanctuary cities."
2 Bush Education Foundations Announce $2M For Storm ReliefFoundations supported by two former first ladies have earmarked about $2 million for education-related recovery from recent hurricanes.
Officials ID Suspect In Chase That Led To Police CrashPolice in Fort Worth have identified the road rage suspect who was being pursued this weekend when two officers crashed their vehicle into a brick structure. Christopher Anderson now faces multiple charges.
Texas Pilot Sentenced To 3 Years For Drug Smuggling FlightA Texas pilot whose suspicious flight pattern from Oregon to Arizona drew law enforcement attention must serve three years in federal prison for the drug-smuggling trip.
Immigrants Touched By Mexico Quake, Try To Help From AfarThe earthquake that killed nearly 300 people and destroyed dozens of buildings in Mexico set off a frantic response in communities across the U.S. as people desperately try to connect with their loved ones, figure out ways to send emergency help, money and goods as well as raise funds for smaller towns around the capital they say are receiving less help from the government.
WWII Vet Takes A Knee In Support Of Anthem ProtestsOn a day when NFL teams grabbed the nation's attention by coordinating demonstrations during the national anthem, a 97-year-old World War II veteran went viral with a solitary show of support for the protests.
EPA Clarifies Earlier FEMA Statement On Texas Toxic SitesThe Environmental Protection Agency is clarifying an earlier statement about Texas toxic waste sites and more than 500 containers of unknown material.
Republicans Make Desperate Bid To Save Health Care BillIn a late bid to win votes and stave off defeat, Republicans were adding $14.5 billion to the measure for states.
EPA Clarifies FEMA Statement On Texas Toxic SitesThe EPA said Sunday that a statement issued Friday by the Federal Emergency Management Agency created confusion by conflating two separate issues.
Canton Farm Opens For Festival Months After Deadly TornadoesIt's opening day at an East Texas fall attraction that was heavily damaged five months ago from a deadly tornado outbreak.
Texas Asks Court To Allow Its Ban On 'Sanctuary Cities'A U.S. District judge blocked much of the law on Aug. 31, a day before it was to take effect. The state appealed to the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.