Navy IDs Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Gunman As Gabriel Romero Of TexasThe Department of Defense identified the shooter as Gabriel Antonio Romero, 22.
Judge Orders Woman's Name Made Public In Lawsuit Alleging Rape A federal judge who plans to dismiss a woman's lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted by a co-worker, wants the woman's name made public.
Texas-Sized Expansion At Santa's Wonderland Complete Just In Time For ChristmasWe are about three weeks away from Christmas and there have been big changes at one of the biggest Christmas attractions in Texas.
Texas City Issues Voluntary Evacuation Order After Chemical Plant BlastsToday concerns over air quality has prompted a voluntary evacuation in a Texas Gulf Coast city where chemical plant explosions happened last week.
More Texas Children Now Leaving Foster Care Than Entering; Adoptions Hit Record NumberThe number of children leaving foster care outnumbered the number entering care by more than 1,700 children, a trend the state hopes will continue.
South Texas Judge Blocks Construction Of Private Border Wall Near Rio GrandeA right-wing group had planned to build a private border wall on a section of land near the Rio Grande, but a South Texas judge has blocked the construction.
'I Don’t Smoke Anymore': Wille Nelson Gives Up Marijuana For Health ReasonsTexas country music legend Willie Nelson says he's stopped smoking pot -- 65 years after he rolled his first joint.
Texas State Rep. Rick Miller Loses Governor's Endorsement, Ends Reelection Campaign, For 'Asian' Candidate RemarksGov. Greg Abbott's Abbott spokesman called the comments “inappropriate and out of touch” with Republican values.
Texas Lawmakers Discuss What, If Anything, Should Be Done Legislatively About Youth VapingFort Worth State Senator Beverly Powell said, right now not enough is being done when it comes to prevention education.
Texas Chemical Plant Fire Contained, Mandatory Evacuation Orders Lifted For 50K PeopleThere is still no word on the cause of the explosions and it could take several months according to Jefferson County Judge Jeff Branick.
Union Pacific Sues East Texas Town To Get Out Of Nearly 150-Year-Old Jobs PactUnion Pacific wants a court to invalidate an 1872 pact requiring it to keep a certain number of jobs in an East Texas town indefinitely.
Denny's Waitress' Commute Gets Much Shorter After Customers Give Her A CarThe waitress, Adriana Edwards of Galveston, said she had been walking about 14 miles to and from work each day.
Police Officer, 2 Others Shot In Texas Border City Of LaredoAn investigation continues after a police officer and two other people were shot and injured Friday morning in Laredo.
New Mexico Lawmakers Weigh Response To Walmart Mass Shooting In El PasoThe governor of New Mexico has assembled a second meeting of legislators and law enforcement officials in response to the August mass shooting in El Paso.
Texas Attorney General Leaves Antitrust Suit Over T-Mobile-Sprint MergerTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office reached a settlement with T-Mobile resolving the state’s antitrust claims over the company's merger with Sprint.