Austin City Council Unanimously Approves Resolution Making Low-Level Marijuana Busts Less Of A Police PriorityThe move only requires officers to pursue felony marijuana cases, where there is an intent to sell. Misdemeanor cases would be dismissed.
Darlie Routier Has New Generation Of Support More Than 20 Years After Murder ConvictionRyan Kester, a teenage crime sleuth, speaks with certainty about the murders of 6-year-old Devon and 5-year-old Damon Routier, even though they died more than a decade before he was born.
Cremated Human Remains Of Texas Mother, Son Found In California After TheftA California coastal cleanup crew ended months of anguish for a grieving family with the discovery of cremated remains of loved ones that had been in a van that was stolen before a funeral service.
Arlington Police Looking For Lottery Ticket LooterPolice said the suspect has stolen tickets from multiple convenience stores in the city.
Texas Man Says Police Shot, Hurt His 3-Year-Old Daughter, Teen SonA man said police in West Texas shot and injured his 3-year-old daughter and his teenage son as they searched a home Wednesday night.
Grounded Boeing Jet Holds Back Profits, Growth At AirlinesIt looks like the three big U.S. airlines that own Boeing 737 Max jets will have to go through another summer without the planes.
Former North Mesquite High Band Director James Earle Cude Going To Prison For Child ExploitationCude admitted he’d used the instant messaging app Kik to download images and videos of the sexual exploitation of minors.
Student At Texas A&M University Treated For Possible Novel CoronavirusThe Brazos County Health Department notified Texas A&M University that a student may have a possible case of novel coronavirus.
Health Officials Investigating Suspected Case Of 2019 Novel Coronavirus In TexasHealth officials in Brazos County are investigating a suspected case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus, the county's health department announced Thursday.
Fort Worth Firefighter Struck While Working Crash Shares Message For DriversA Fort Worth firefighter spent her 20th anniversary with the department in the hospital after a car hit her while responding to a crash.
Longtime PBS Host, Texas Native Jim Lehrer Dies At 85Lehrer, whose serious, sober demeanor made him the choice to moderate 11 presidential debates, was was born in Kansas but raised in Texas. He began his television career at KERA-TV in Dallas.