Insanity Defense Accepted In Texas Campus Stabbing AttackA judge has found a former University of Texas student not guilty by reason of insanity in a random stabbing attack that left one student dead and three injured last year.
Georgia Faces Texas For First Time Since 1984 In Sugar BowlThe Georgia Bulldogs will settle for an intriguing matchup against Texas in the Sugar Bowl on New Year's Day in New Orleans.
Forbes: Texas A&M Replaces Texas As Most Valuable ProgramA&M's rise was attributed to an increase in athletic department contributions, along more ticket revenue and conference revenue from the Southeastern Conference.
Former Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman DiesFormer Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman, who served under President George W. Bush, has died.
Humbled And Unranked Again, Texas Takes On TulsaThe Longhorns will face a Tulsa team that went 1-10 last season and rallied to beat Central Arkansas in its opener last week.
Texas Football Player Treated At Hospital For Heat IllnessUT sophomore offensive lineman Patrick Hudson was taken to a hospital and treated in intensive care this week because of a heat-related illness at practice, coach Tom Herman said Thursday.
Milliken Named Chancellor Of University Of Texas SystemJames Milliken was named sole finalist for the position on Aug. 4 and the system Board of Regents officially appointed him on Monday.
Man Convicted Of Murdering UT StudentTwenty-year-old Meechaiel Criner was found guilty of capital murder Friday in the death of 18-year-old Haruka Weiser.
Man Accused In UT Student's Death Says He Didn't Kill HerA 20-year-old man on trial in the slaying of a University of Texas at Austin freshman on campus in 2016 has taken the stand and denied killing her.
Texas Goes From Compliant To Committed, Winning With HermanCoach Tom Herman, the former offensive coordinator for Ohio State, expressed excitement about retaining all his staff, as well as the addition of a top recruiting class.
Appeals Court Hears Challenge To Texas Campus Carry LawThere was no indication when the appellate judges would rule.
Texas Professors Seek To Revive Campus Carry Law ChallengeAttorneys for three UT Austin professors are set to ask a federal appeals court to revive their lawsuit against a law allowing people with concealed-handgun licenses to carry weapons on public campuses.
Trial Begins For Man Accused In 2016 Slaying Of UT StudentA 20-year-old man accused of strangling and sexually assaulting a University of Texas freshman on campus in April 2016 is facing trial.
Texas To Settle Former Track Coach's Discrimination LawsuitThe University of Texas has agreed to settle a race and sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by former women's track coach Bev Kearney.
Texas Tech Student Dies In Fall While Studying In RussiaA Texas Tech University student participating in a University of Texas study program in Russia died in a fall.