Hours After Initial Explosion, Texas Chemical Plant Endures AnotherThe southeast Texas chemical plant that exploded early Wednesday morning endured another flare-up just hours later.
Texas Chemical Plant Explosion Injures 3, Damages Homes From Miles AwayA chemical plant in southeast Texas exploded early Wednesday morning, injuring three workers and damaging homes from several miles away.
'One Of The Worst Things I've Ever Seen': Texas Caretaker Found Dead At Elderly Couple's Home Was Attacked By Feral HogsA 59-year-old woman who was found dead at the home of an elderly couple she was taking care of in southeast Texas was attacked by a group of feral hogs, authorities confirmed Monday.
Texas Caretaker Found Dead In Front Of Elderly Couple's Home From Possible Animal-Related InjuriesA 59-year-old woman was found dead in front of the home of an elderly couple she was taking care of in southeast Texas and authorities believe her death may have been caused by an animal.
Texas Jewelry Store Owner Shoots Robbery Suspects After They Smashed DisplaysA jewelry store owner in Texas has given all would-be robbers a firm warning about messing with his business.
Texas Teacher's Aide Charged After Allegedly Slapping, Throwing Phone At Student With AutismA teacher's aide at a Houston-area high school is being accused of slapping and throwing a cellphone at a student with autism during an altercation last month, according to court documents.
Fifth Death Linked To Storm That Walloped HoustonHundreds of homes and other buildings in the region, extending eastward from Houston and across the Louisiana border, were damaged by Imelda, as the one-time tropical storm slowly churned across the region, dumping more than 40 inches of rain in some spots and being blamed for at least five deaths.
Officials Say Third Death Tied To Imelda FloodsAuthorities say the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda have led to the death of a third person.
Imelda Leaves 2 Dead In Texas, Others StrandedThe slow-churning remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda that flooded parts of Texas left at least two people dead and rescue crews with boats scrambling to reach stranded drivers and families trapped in their homes during a relentless downpour that drew comparisons to Hurricane Harvey two years ago.
Texas Teen Dies In Imelda Floodwaters During Lightning Storm While Trying To Move HorseA 19-year-old man drowned and was electrocuted while trying to move his horse to safety during the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda.
State Of Disaster Declared For Southeast Texas Due To Imelda; Dallas, Fort Worth Fire Send Crews To AssistThe fire departments of Dallas and Fort Worth have sent crews to Southeast Texas in order to help residents as Tropical Depression Imelda brought major floods and continues to drench the area.