The Texas attorney general’s office has dropped bigamy charges against imprisoned polygamist leader Warren Jeffs.
Make history this month at Texas State Parks. From rock art sites to historic structures, missions, military frontier forts or pioneer farms, history is better outside!
A judge in West Texas has ordered DNA testing on a man who claims to be the brother of “The Jeffersons” star Sherman Hemsley, who died on July 24 of lung cancer.
Singer Fiona Apple was arrested at a border stop in Sierra Blanca on Wednesday, after police said that they found drugs on her tour bus as it was passing through West Texas.
Republican Mitt Romney has used stops in West Texas to raise money for his GOP presidential campaign, including a Tuesday night appearance in Midland.
A West Texas businessman has reported to Lubbock County Jail after being indicted on 79 counts in a $42 million biodiesel fuel fraud investigation. No bond has been set.
Relatives of three youths killed in a West Texas car crash have planned a service in Dallas.
Jurors are deliberating in the case of a Saudi man accused of gathering chemicals and other materials inside of his West Texas apartment to try to build a bomb.
Jury selection is set in the trial of a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb-making components at his West Texas apartment in an effort to build a weapon of mass destruction.
Spring showers that fell across Texas this year will likely spare the Lone Star State a second straight record-setting summer of heat and drought.
U.S. Senate hopeful Ted Cruz said in Lubbock on Tuesday that if West Texas values were spread across the entire nation, they could solve the country’s ills.
A coin flip will decide the outcome of a recent West Texas election after both candidates had the same number of votes. The candidate will draw for who gets heads and who gets tails.