After a week of scrutiny, contestant Timothy Poe apologizes for "incomplete facts" in the heart-breaking story he gave on his audition for America's Got Talent.
Denton's criminal activity may be just as strange as that of Lufkin and Wise County.
A waiter at D'Amico's Italian Market Café received a 18,518 percent from two regulars to cover the cost of a new car.
Houston Hobby is set to become an international airport after the Houston City Council voted to allow Southwest to build an international terminal to fly to Latin America.
The Grapevine pastor starts a fashion blog to help Christians "set the standard for the rest of the world in fashion as well as faith."
A global helium shortage has U.S. senators looking at new legislation to preserve the resources coming out of federal reserves near Amarillo.
A dentist who previously dabbled in unlicensed plastic surgery, pleaded guilty to making false statements to Texas Medicaid about procedures he conducted while he was on vacation out of state.
The Columbia University Human Rights Law Review published a 400-page investigative article that alleges that in 1989, Texas executed the wrong man for a 1983 murder.
A Spring family wins a legal battle against their homeowner's association keep their Vietnamese pot-bellied pig in their home.
Earlier this week, the drug war claimed the city's 10,000th victim.
The Abilene-born singer announced the arrival of Maxwell Drew Johnson on her website Tuesday.
The Houston-born singer tops People's 2012 "Most Beautiful" list.
A fisherman and his 9-year-old son reel in sharks and reality TV producers from their kayak off the Galveston coast.
The future is here! Engineers from the University of Texas at Dallas have uncovered how to make camera phones that see through walls.