Pandemic Leaves Texas With $1B Deficit, Could Trigger CutsThe economic damage in Texas from the coronavirus pandemic has left a nearly $1 billion deficit in the state budget.
Authorities: Veteran Texas Sergeant Killed In Motorcycle Crash After Completing Funeral EscortA sergeant with a Texas sheriff's office was killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon as he was on his way home after completing a funeral escort, authorities said.
Shooting That Left 4 Dead In Texas May Have Been A Result Of Domestic ViolencePolice are investigating a believed domestic violence situation in Texas that left four people dead.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Asked Trump Administration To Rescind Virus Relief Funding Houston Used To Expand Voting OptionsPaxton accused officials in Harris County of misusing up to $12 million of the federal funding and violating state law with their plans to expand the use of mail-in ballots for the presidential election.
Civil Rights Attorney: Joshua Feast, A 22-Year-Old Texas Man Killed By Police, Was Shot In The BackA Texas man killed by police last week was shot in the back, according to an autopsy commissioned by the family of the slain man.
Texas Deputies Using Fake Packages To Catch Porch PiratesAs more and more people are online shopping this year, authorities in Texas are being extra vigilant of package thieves.
Texas Police Rescue Dozens Of Near Naked People From Suspected Human Smuggling Ring In Harris CountyPolice in Texas are investigating a possible human smuggling operation after nearly 30 people were found in a home in Harris County. The group was found after a man was seen running down a street in his underwear.
Police: Body Of Instagram Influencer Alexis Sharkey Was Found Near Texas InterstatePolice in Houston, Texas have confirmed the body of Alexis Robinault, a 26-year-old Instagram influencer, was found near the Interstate-10 frontage road.
Texas Sending Record Help To Hospitals To Relieve Overworked Staff: 'We're In Trouble'More doctors and nurses may still be needed as Texas rapidly accelerates toward 8,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients for the first time since a deadly summer outbreak.
Houston Drive-Thru Votes Will Count: Federal Judge Rejects GOP Effort To Toss Out 127K VotesThe lawsuit was brought by conservative Texas activists who have railed against expanded voting access in Harris County, where a record 1.4 million early votes were cast.
Texas Federal Judge Set To Hear GOP Challenge To Invalidate Some 125000 Votes In Harris CountyThe battle to have more than 125,000 ballots cast at drive-thru locations tossed out continues in Texas. The GOP is pressing forward -- their petition will be heard in federal court one day after the state Supreme Court rejected the same case.