Capitol Rioters Were Among Those Who Held Out Hope For A Trump Pardon And Didn't Get ItSeveral Texans and others arrested for rioting and storming the gates at U.S. Capitol were among those holding out hope that President Donald Trump would have used some of his last hours in office to grant them a full pardon.
Trump Issues Late-Night Pardons On Eve Of Inauguration As He Prepares To Leave D.C. On Air Force One For The Final TimePresident Trump is leaving Washington, D.C. aboard Air Force One Wednesday morning for the last time as president, hours after he pardoned 73 people.
Former Houston Police Officer Tam Pham Charged In US Capitol Riot, 'Very Much Regrets' Being ThereTam Pham is facing two federal misdemeanor charges for entering a restricted building and engaging in disorderly or disruptive conduct on Capitol grounds.
Dallas State Rep. Rafael Anchía Files Bill To Remove Confederate Monuments From Capitol Grounds"Confederate monuments have and continue to be a symbol of racism, oppression, and slavery," said State Rep. Anchía.
Feds: Accused Capitol Rioter From Dallas, Troy Smocks, Had Plans To Return To D.C. On Inauguration DayThe Department of Justice has released more information about the disturbing Inauguration Day plans of a Dallas man now charged in connection with the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
More Than 60% Of All US COVID Cases Were Reported Since Election Day, Now Variant Could Fuel SpreadThe number of positive COVID-19 cases in the U.S. is surging at an exponential rate. With some has 24 million cases in America, more than 60% of those have been reported since Election Day on November 3.
Report: Despite Fewer People On Roadways, Risky Driving And Fatal Crashes Surged In 2020COVID-19 may have lead to fewer people on the roads, but new data shows that during the first six months of the pandemic riskier driving surged and resulted in an uptick in fatal crashes.
Gov. Greg Abbott Says He's Offended By Vetting Of Texas National Guard In DC"No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard," said Gov. Greg Abbott.
Texas Reports 10K New COVID-19 Cases, 46 More DeathsCoronavirus hospitalizations remain near their record high and intensive-care units in several regions are at or near capacity, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
COVID-19 Vaccine Shipment Delayed Statewide, Texas DSHS ConfirmsShipments of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine that were expected to be distributed across the state Monday, Jan. 18, have been delayed by one day.
2 Texas Soldiers From Same Army Post Killed In Separate Crashes Over WeekendTwo soldiers from Fort Bliss in El Paso were killed in unrelated crashes over the weekend.
Wylie Resident Guy Reffitt Arrested, Charged In Connection With Deadly Capitol RiotThe number of North Texas men and women charged in connection with the deadly riot at the nation's capitol on January 6 continues to grow. Guy Reffitt, of Wylie, was arrested by the FBI on January 15.
Another Texas Man, Daniel Adams, Among The Latest Charged In Deadly Capitol RiotRoundups and arrests continue in Texas and across the country of pro-Trump rioters who took part in the deadly January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Texas State Capitol Closed Through Inauguration Day 'Out Of Abundance Of Caution'The DPS Director explained the move was necessary due to intel suggesting armed protests were planned leading up to and on Inauguration Day.
Texas Rep. Joe Deshotel Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Lawmakers Vote To Not Require TestingOn Tuesday, Jan. 12, Rep. Deshotel spoke at the font mic maskless while introducing the family of the newly chosen Texas House speaker, Republican Dade Phelan.