Texas A&M Student Takes Graduation Photos With AlligatorA soon-to-be Texas A&M University graduate took her senior portraits in a swamp with a nearly 14-foot alligator. This is how she spent her summer, she explained.
Texas Military Veteran Arrested For Allegedly Mailing BombsFederal authorities say a 40-year-old military veteran has been arrested in connection with two explosive devices found in southeast Texas in recent weeks.
Texas Church Damaged By ExplosionIt's the second time in two weeks an explosive device has been found in the city of Beaumont.
Authorities: Explosive Device Found At Texas StarbucksPolice in a Southeast Texas city say what's believed to be a "legitimate explosive device" was found outside a Starbucks there.
Escaped Inmate Caught Returning To Prison With Booze & FoodAn inmate from Dallas who escaped from a federal prison, with the intention of breaking back in with multiple bottles of alcohol and home-cooked treats, has been arrested in southeast Texas.
10-Year-Old Hurt After Leading Police On A High Speed Chase A 10-year-old boy is in serious condition after he crashed his mother's pickup truck during a high-speed chase in Southeast Texas.
Mourners Remember Texas Mom Who Died In Harvey FloodingServices have been held for a southeast Texas mother who died in Hurricane Harvey flooding but her 3-year-old daughter survived by clinging to the woman's body.
Mnuchin: Congress Should Tie Harvey Aid To Debt Limit BillCongress needs to combine a $7.9 billion disaster relief package for Harvey with a contentious increase in the nation's borrowing limit, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says, arguing it is needed to ensure storm victims in Texas get the help they need.
Mayor Says Houston 'Open For Business' Despite Huge HurdlesHouston's mayor insists that America's fourth-largest city is "open for business," but with areas under water, people not yet in their homes, and billions in damage to repair, major disasters that Harvey created are by no means resolved.
City Struggles To Restore Water Service In Harvey AftermathA Texas city that lost its drinking water system to Harvey's floodwaters struggled Saturday to restore service.
Beaumont Leaders Don't Know When City Will Get Safe WaterAccording to the 2015 census Beaumont is the 29th most populated city in the state.
Harvey Death Toll Surpasses 30; More Fatalities ExpectedNow that the sun is finally shining and the murky, brown floodwaters are slowly receding in much of the Houston area, grim reality is setting in. Harvey is about to release its dead.