Texas Shootout Between Men Riding All-Terrain Vehicles Leaves One DeadA Sunday afternoon shootout between a man and his neighbor left one of the men dead.
Texas Prosecutor Tosses Charges In 1992 Teen Double SlayingRichard Bryan Kussmaul was convicted of capital murder in 1994 for killing 17-year-old Leslie Murphy and 14-year-old Stephen Neighbors in a mobile home near Moody, about 100 miles south of Dallas. His conviction was vacated last year due to DNA evidence that cleared him of the deaths.
Texas Deputy Killed, Police Chief In Critical Condition After Getting Struck By CarA sheriff's deputy was killed and a small-town police chief was injured when a car struck them as they aided a motorist on a Central Texas roadside.
Chip, Joanna Gaines Still 'Fixing Up' Waco, Opening New Texas HotelChip and Joanna Gaines are delving even deeper into the hospitality business. The former “Fixer Upper” TV stars are now renovating a Texas hotel.
He Was Ousted In 2018, Now Former Congressman Pete Sessions Eyes 2020 ComebackHe spent 22 years in Congress and now former Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas is expected to run again in 2020 but not in his old Dallas district.
Texas Pecans To Be Featured In Snickers After Nationwide ContestEarlier this month fans were asked what nut they would like to see in the next Snickers bar -- and a Texas staple came out the winner.
Brewer Throws For 303 Yards, TD In Baylor's 21-13 WinCharlie Brewer threw for 303 yards and a touchdown, Denzel Mims caught six passes for 102 yards and Baylor held on to beat Rice 21-13 on Saturday night.
Mims Has 3 TD Catches For Baylor In 63-14 Win Over UTSADenzel Mims caught three touchdown passes, Grayland Arnold returned a punt 73 yards for a score and Baylor beat UTSA 63-14 on Saturday for its fourth consecutive win.
Texas Restaurant With Famous Men Named George Changes MuralThe images include former presidents George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and George Washington — plus retired boxer and businessman George Foreman.
Original Mets Pitcher From Waco, Al Jackson, Passes Away At 83Waco, Texas native Al Jackson, a tough left-hander who provided a rare glint of hope in the early days of the woebegone New York Mets, has died at 83.
30-Year-Old Texan With Special Needs Taken In By His Former Junior High TeacherA man with special needs was found walking along a highway in Waco -- alone. When sheriff's picked him up he remembered only one name: Mrs. Girard.