Police: Toddler Dies After 3½ Hours In Hot Day Care VanThe van was parked since 3 p.m., and deputies said its interior was 113 degrees when they arrived.
Police Arrest Suspected Texas Serial Killer After Car ChaseTexas authorities say the man they believe is a serial killer -- having murdered at least three people in four days -- has been apprehended.
Houston & San Antonio Among Future Final Four Host CitiesThe Final Four is headed back to Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis. The NCAA announced the sites for 2023-2026 on Monday.
Video: Bats Cling To Wall Outside Office Window In HoustonBats are known find shelter in caves, crevices, tree cavities and buildings.
Workers Look Out To Wall Of Bats On Texas High-RiseA wall of bats paid what has become an annual visit to a high-rise office building in Texas.
Injured Texas Cyclist Craddock Soldiers On At Tour De FranceAfter breaking his shoulder and bloodying his face in a crash at the Tour de France, Texas cyclist Lawson Craddock has soldiered on through six more grueling days of the race.
Texas Woman Sentenced For Trying To Sell Daughter For SexA Texas woman has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges that she offered to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex.
Police: Houston Toddler Dead After Self-Inflicted GunshotPolice in Houston say a 2-year-old boy is dead after he apparently found a loaded gun in his home and shot himself in the head.
Texas Family Welcomes Home Quadruplets On July 4thA family in Texas had four reasons to celebrate this Fourth of July. That's when Linda and Thomas Agi welcomed home their newborn quadruplets.
Heavy Rains Bring Street Flooding To Houston On July 4thThe city of Houston and parts of Harris County saw heavy rainfall Wednesday that led to 1 to 2 feet of water collecting on some roadways.
Big Smiles As Texas Police Officer Dances With Girl In WheelchairPolice Officer Sandy Fernandez says he was working security at a quinceañera last weekend, when he noticed a special guest on the dance floor.
Texas Officials Now Say Flyers On Sheriff's Vehicles Not Tainted With FentanylHarris County sheriff's officials say initial test results were wrong and flyers found on patrol cars and other vehicles were not tainted with fentanyl.