Madeline Swegle, The Navy's 1st Black Female Fighter Pilot, Is Stationed In TexasThe United States Navy is welcoming its first Black female fighter pilot and she's stationed in South Texas.
Former Leader From Texas Of Neo-Nazi Group Pleads Guilty To 'Swatting'Twenty-six-year-old John C. Denton of Montgomery, faces up to five years in prison after entering a guilty plea Tuesday in federal court in Alexandria.
Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid ShortageDon't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the nationwide shortage.
Texas ICU Nurse Hospitalized With COVID-19 After Previously Testing NegativeAn ICU nurse in Texas has found herself in the position of some of the same patients she's spent weeks treating -- hospitalized with COVID-19, but her medical emergency happened after she tested negative for the virus.
Lawyers Say Texas Walmart Gunman Has Mental Disabilities And Was In Psychotic State After ShootingAttorneys appear to be preparing an insanity plea for the Collin County man suspected of carrying out a mass shooting at an El Paso Walmart last year.
Texans Head To The Polls For Senate Runoff Election As Coronavirus RagesAs Texas struggles to contain a raging coronavirus outbreak, voters on Tuesday are heading out to polls for runoff elections that include choosing a Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate.
Texas Schools Confront The Politics Of Reopening During A PandemicOn one side are parents saying, let kids be kids. They object to masks and social distancing in classrooms this fall. On the other side are parents and teachers calling for safeguards that would have been unimaginable before the coronavirus pandemic.
Republican Party Of Texas Agrees To Virtual Convention After Losing In CourtThe decision came after the state GOP was left with few options.
More Than 10,000 Texans Hospitalized With CoronavirusState health officials reported 5,655 new COVID-19 cases and 43 more deaths on Monday.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Photographed Not Wearing Mask On Flight, Temporarily Removed It To Drink Coffee Spokesperson SaysThe photo shows Sen. Cruz looking at his phone he's holding in his right hand, while holding a cup of coffee in his left hand.
UT Keeps 'The Eyes Of Texas', Renaming Football Field After Earl Campbell And Ricky Williams“The Eyes of Texas” has long been criticized for its connection to minstrel shows with characters in blackface in the early 1900s.
Court Dismisses Appeal Of Texas GOP, Upholding Houston's Refusal To Host In-Person ConventionMonday morning the Texas Supreme Court upheld the City of Houston's refusal to allow the state Republican convention to hold in-person events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Military Gold Star Families Gather To Rally For Murdered Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa GuillenA caravan of dozens of families made its way to Fort Hood over the weekend to protest how the military handles cases like the murder of Pfc. Vanessa Guillen.
Bed Bath & Beyond To Close 200 Stores, Shift To Online OrderingBed Bath & Beyond plans to close 200 stores over the next two years — including locations across Texas — in a move that company officials said will save between $250 million and $350 million.
Texas Judge Refuses To Force Houston To Host State Republican Party's In-Person ConventionA state judge on Thursday sided with the City of Houston and refused to reverse the city's decision to cancel the Texas Republican Party's in-person convention because of the coronavirus pandemic.