Plus: Congress moves toward giving Texas more Harvey aid, Rick Perry thinks Puerto Rico is a country, and the Astros take on the Yankees in the ALCS.
Leaders of the Alamo City took it out of the running for the online retail giant’s HQ2.
Plus: U.S. Representative Al Green moves to impeach President Trump, Beto O’Rourke tries to close the fundraising gap with Ted Cruz, and the EPA approves a plan to clean up the San Jacinto waste pits.
Plus: More details emerge about the Texas Tech shooting, Trump challenges Tillerson to an IQ test battle, and Texas inmates donate $53,000 toward Harvey relief.
Plus: The Astros advance to their first-ever ALCS, Trump salutes Jerry Jones on Twitter, and a Native American statue is defaced with Columbus Day graffiti in El Paso.
Plus: Jerry Jones says he’ll bench any Cowboys players who are "disrespectful to the flag," Trump tries to trade DACA for a border wall, and a beef heats up in San Antonio.
Business is booming for the Texas company that invented the ”bump stock,” the Astros come out swinging in their playoff opener, and Texas asks for billions of dollars more to help with Harvey recovery.
Plus: Two top Texas Republicans in Congress move toward gun control, a man is arrested for allegedly threatening a Vegas-like mass shooting in San Antonio, and Tillerson addresses Morongate
The Irving-based company fell all the way from first to ninth.
Plus: Two high school football players are kicked off their team for protesting, it’s the one hundred eighty-second anniversary of the Texas Revolution, and a Houston neighborhood goes to battle over a World War II tank.
KHOU’s Brandi Smith got a pleasant surprise.
Texas's Democratic delegation previously acted as a united front in response to the storm. So why the change?
The AfD gained significant power in Sunday’s election, thanks in part to a Texas company’s hate-mongering digital campaign.
Danny Burch was taken by armed men ”in broad daylight.”
That is some expensive steak.
The case against Amazon.
Would you cast your vote for Mr. Leather International, or a guy who legally changed his name to SECEDE?
Plus: Houston Texans players stand and lock arms during the national anthem, police make arrests at a protest against Confederate monuments at the Capitol, and a record-breaking longhorn is sold in Fort Worth.
Plus: The Texas Rangers unveil renderings of a new ballpark, Liberty claims the new unofficial Harvey rainfall record, and the first dog of Texas dies.
In a series of major chemical accidents caused by Harvey, this might be the worst yet.
Abbott and Paxton Make The Case For Churches to be Included in Federal Harvey Aid: Your Texas Roundup
Plus: Trump's judicial nominee falls in hot water for calling transgender kids part of Satan's plan, Dawnna Dukes apparently spent big bucks on a psychic, and a German grocer is on its way to San Antonio.
Plus: Joaquin Castro downplays reports that he’s considering running for governor, FEMA’s flood map missed most of the flood damage in Houston, and a Valero refinery in Port Arthur catches fire.
Plus: The city of Houston wants to take a same-sex marriage benefits question to the U.S. Supreme Court, Harvey continues to hurt inland oil refineries, and Governor Abbott shakes up his staff.
Plus: The Astros clinch the division title, Texas vs. USC again ends in a classic finish, and the trooper who arrested Sandra Bland said he was afraid.
Houston’s Galena Park neighborhood deals with a massive oil spill after Harvey, Exxon loses a fight to keep documents secret in New York’s climate change fraud probe, and the Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission is running for re-election.
Plus: Joaquin Castro isn’t ruling out a run for governor, Irving has its second earthquake in less than a month, and a plan to house Harvey evacuees on barges in Port Arthur goes south.
Just look at these little guys.
Plus: The man who killed Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth gets sentenced, a Houston Texans star gets suspended for performance enhancing drugs, and Port Arthur plans to house residents displaced by Harvey on giant floating barges.
But the competition is tough.
New census data shows a dismal health insurance situation for Texans, Trump nominates a Texan to the Federal Election Commission, and Texas sues businesses for allegedly price gouging during Harvey.
It’s the latest addition to a long list of weird social media moments for the junior senator.
U.S. Representative Mike McCaul Calls Out Texas Republicans Who Voted Against Harvey Aid: Your Texas Roundup
Plus: Mexico rescinds its offer to help Texas after it gets hit with two natural disasters, Dallas is having a hard time tearing down a Confederate monument, and a new list ranks Texas schools among the best colleges in the country.
Bretagne was always good at finding things when others couldn't. But her defining moment came in September 2001, when she traveled to New York City with Texas Task Force 1 in the days following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
Plus: The Texans and Cowboys have drastically different season openers, a tragic mass shooting in Plano, and Ted Cruz pays a visit to flood-stricken Southeast Texas.
Plus: A Robert E. Lee statue will be taken down in Dallas, first responders sue Arkema for chemical exposure, and a Texas lawmaker is a leading candidate to head Trump’s Department of Homeland Security.
Plus: The U.S. House passes a $7.8 billion Harvey aid package, Ken Paxton’s wife, Angela, is running for state Senate, and Governor Abbott puts the chancellor of Texas A&M in charge of rebuilding after Harvey.
Plus: Flooded Houstonians sue the government for releasing dams near their homes, Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension is upheld, and a federal court says Texas can keep its voter ID law for November.
Plus: Rescue efforts are underway, Trump is coming to Texas on Tuesday, and how you can help.
ESPN Thinks College Football Fans in Texas are Unhappy
Plus: The Texas coast braces for a big storm, Amazon is a few big steps closer to buying Whole Foods, and Ted Cruz heads to the border.
Plus: Ken Paxton’s wife might run for state Senate, a Texas sailor is missing after a tragic accident at sea, and Texas braces for Tropical Storm Harvey.
Plus: See where Texas teams landed in the preseason AP Top 25 poll, Dallas ISD is in trouble, and Baylor gets hit with another Title IX lawsuit.
Plus: Texas gets ready for the solar eclipse, Warren Buffett’s Oncor deal goes under, and Texas fights to keep its congressional district map.
Warren Buffett’s Oncor deal is in trouble, Trump explores replacing Rick Perry in the Energy Department, and an Exxon plant has been pumping toxins into an African American neighborhood in Beaumont.