This week, Irving and Dallas took different approaches to residences formerly occupied by JFK’s assassin.
The confusing legislation and litigation, untangled.
For more than a year a feud has been brewing between the state of Texas and Planned Parenthood over coverage for the Women’s Health Program.
KHOU ran a story about convicted rapist Abraham Joseph and next to it embedded a Twitter feed populating tweets related to the story. Unfortunately it pulled innocent @abrahamjoseph into its web.
Chief executive Nancy Brinker announced she will step down from her position in the company, but is it too little too late?
A number of Eagle Scouts are sending their medals, badges, and membership cards to Boy Scout headquarters in Irving to take a stand against the organization’s announcement that it will continue to exclude gays.
A shortage of pancuronium bromide forced the state to abandon the three-drug cocktail it has used to execute prisoners since 1982. But another drug has surfaced that will do the job.
A recent report from the Texas Juvenile Justice Department reveals more problems of abuse at the Giddings State School.
Angie Gomez, a Horizon City prom queen, was charged with theft by deception for allegedly telling people she was dying of cancer and collecting thousands in donations from her community.
Why does the Texas Department of Criminal Justice want to block the release of information about its lethal drugs stock?
A new state rule that bars Planned Parenthood clinics from being part of the Texas Women’s Health Program took effect yesterday. So what does that mean for the program’s future?