The disgraced cyclist sold his Spanish-style mansion in Austin, but still plans to still call the capital home.
Gun Barrel City passed a non-binding resolution to encourage all its citizens to arm themselves, partly in an attempt to lure the gun industry.
Three Texas metropolitan areas landed on Travel + Leisure's list of America's dirtiest cities.
Bible verses on banners spark controversy in a small East Texas town.
Brian DeAngelis stepped down from his post as Texas A&M-Kingsville's athletic director after he was accused of taking photos up a teen's skirt at Walmart.
More than 300 million trees died in Texas in 2011 due to extreme drought conditions
If Congress passes the DREAM Act, the total economic impact for Texas could top $66 billion by 2030.
A small controversy has erupted over the American Museum of Agriculture's decision to euthanize and stuff real mules for an exhibit.
Jonathan Green was put to death Wednesday for the 2000 murder of a 12-year-old girl, but his lawyers maintained until the end that their client was mentally ill and thus unsuitable for execution.
Texas buys more beer than every state except for California, though we're only #8 per capita.
With less than two weeks until the general election, signs in Lubbock and Beaumont have been defaced and stolen.
Rumors have been swirling about the new Astros logo, set to be officially revealed tomorrow. Here's a look at the team's style through the years
Meet the two preteen sisters from Alvin who compete against, and beat, adult runners.