After Deadly El Paso Event, Walmart Contemplates Active Shooter InstructionsSecurity and police are accustomed to dealing with everyday shoplifters at Walmart, but now the discounter is confronting a bigger threat: active shooters.
Family Says El Paso Mass Shooting Victim Died Shielding Wife, Grandchild From Gunfire“He’s a hero," said son-in-law Raul Melendez. "He’s the reason why my daughter and my mother-in-law are here today and I can never tell him 'thank you' for it.”
More Serious Charge Brought Against Man Linked To 4-Year-Old Texan Maleah Davis' DeathThe Harris County District Attorney's Office on Monday charged Derion Vence with causing serious bodily injury to a child in the death of Maleah Davis.
Central Texas Mother Accused Of Leaving Her Infant In Running Car While At NightclubSamantha Vaughan, 26, was arrested and charged with abandoning or endangering a child with intent to return, resisting arrest and making a terroristic threat against a public servant.
All Workers Accounted For After Houston-Area ExxonMobil Plant FireIn a statement, the Irving-based company said the individuals who were hurt suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
VIDEO: Surveillance Footage Shows Customer Trying To Stop Suspects From Stealing ATM At Texas Gas StationSurveillance video captured three suspects stealing an ATM from inside a gas station in Seguin and a customer who tried to stop them.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration's US-Mexico Border Asylum Restrictions
Despite Having 'Grave Concerns' Court Says Texas Can Make Voting MapsA federal court ruled Wednesday that Texas can change voting maps without supervision despite "grave concerns".
North Texas Recording More Snake Bites As Temperatures SoarWith the temporary weather cool down you may be spending more time outdoors, but medical experts warn there are more venomous creatures slithering around.
ICE Releases US Citizen Wrongfully Detained Near Texas-Mexico BorderFrancisco Erwin Galicia, 18, left a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Pearsall, Texas on Tuesday.
4 Years In Prison For Texas Man Who Pointed Laser At DPS HelicopterA Houston man will spend four years in federal prison after admitting to pointing a laser at a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter last year.
83-Year-Old East Texan Charged With Shooting, Killing Neighbor In Property DisputeThe Tyler County Sheriff's Office says Wilmer Taylor of Spurger was held Monday on a murder charge a day after Jeremy Smith was shot.
Royce West Joins Crowded Democratic Primary To Unseat Republican US Senator John CornynHe was first elected to the Texas Senate in 1992, now Democrat Royce West is throwing his hat into the race for U.S. Senate.
Democrats In Texas Senate Races And Across The Country Buck Leftward TiltIn Texas, party leaders say they are confident in Air Force veteran MJ Hegar taking on Republican incumbent John Cornyn, but they also are not discouraging progressives from challenging her.
Dallas' Paid Sick Leave Requirement Draws Ire, Possible Challenge From Texas Attorney General Ken PaxtonTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is arguing that only state lawmakers can require businesses to offer paid sick leave and that it's not up to individual cities.