Tough Texas Woman Fights Off Snakes With Her Bare HandsRemember the movie, "Snakes on a Plane?" Well, now there are snakes in the kitchen. Only this is a true story in West Texas.
Three Sentenced In West Texas Construction Bribery SchemeThree people have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme in which bribes were paid to steer construction projects at a West Texas military base to one company.
Father Accused Of Spanking Son For Missed GoalA 31-year-old West Texas man faces a felony charge after allegedly spanking and leaving several welts on his 8-year-old son for missing a goal in a soccer match.
Texas Terminates Foundation Formed To Manage Lizard SpeciesThe Texas comptroller has terminated an oil and gas industry-funded organization responsible for overseeing the protection of a rare lizard in West Texas.
Judge: Justice Antonin Scalia Died Of Natural Causes In TexasAfter saying an autopsy should have been performed, a judge now says U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of natural causes in Texas and no autopsy was necessary.
Gov. Greg Abbott Statement Says Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Has DiedAbbott said Scalia's "loyalty to the Constitution set an unmatched example" for Americans.
Final Report From Chemical Safety Board On West Fertilizer ExplosionIt’s been nearly three years, but the U.S. Chemical Safety Board has released its final report on West Fertilizer Company plant explosion.
Hydrogen Sulfide Concerns In West Texas Oil Well BlowoutEmergency officials have evacuated a 2-mile radius near a West Texas oil well that blew out and spewed a mixture of dangerous hydrogen sulfide.
Grand Jury Indicts 2 In Death Of Off-Duty Police OfficerA West Texas grand jury has returned a murder indictment against two suspects in the strangulation death of an off-duty Abilene police officer.
Texas Jury Deliberates In Surgeon's Capital Murder RetrialA West Texas jury has begun deciding the fate of a plastic surgeon accused of arranging the 2012 slaying of a pathologist dating his ex-girlfriend.
San Angelo Woman, Boyfriend, Charged In 2010 SlayingA West Texas woman and her boyfriend were charged in the 2010 slaying of another man she dated whose body was found in a park.
Hundreds Of West Fertilizer Plant Explosion Lawsuits Will ContinueHundreds of lawsuits over a fertilizer plant explosion in West will continue, even after an agreement was reached in the first group of cases. Attorneys for the group would not say how the decision might affect the other lawsuits.

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