Plus: A Border Patrol agent is killed near Big Bend, Jose Altuve wins MVP, and Jerry Jones apologizes for a racist comment.
Plus: Driver of 'F--k Trump' truck is arrested, Texas senator introduces bipartisan bill on gun control, and the race to annex land.
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Plus: Texas’s ”tweeter laureate” faces tough questions, Vice President Mike Pence visits Austin, and how the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church was turned into a memorial.
Plus: Texas State suspends fraternity and sorority events after a student’s death, groups fear that hate crimes are underreported in Texas, and business group tells the Legislature to stop focusing on things like the bathroom bill.
Plus: A new study says that global warming will make Harvey-like floods way more frequent in Houston, Carlos Beltran announces his retirement, and Governor Greg Abbott gets involved in the primary races.
Plus: The shooter's first ex-wife opens up, Governor Abbott announces his re-election bid, and a person was arrested in a 1974 cold case.
Plus: The FBI runs into issues unlocking the Sutherland Spring church shooter’s iPhone, the future of the town’s First Baptist Church, and Ezekiel Elliott is suspended—again.
Plus: Mike Pence visits Sutherland Springs, Harvey victims face a housing crisis, and a secret list compiled by women names sexual predators at the Texas Capitol.
Plus: Another hearing in the SB 4 case, Senator John Cornyn calls for stronger gun background checks, and another Texas Republican will retire from Congress.
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Plus: Greg Abbott might have a Democratic challenger, a Dallas man gets arrested after allegedly traveling to Washington D.C. to kill white police officers, and the Texans discussed signing Colin Kaepernick.
Plus: A disabled ten-year-old undocumented girl who was detained after surgery is released, Selena gets her star, and Ezekiel Elliott again avoids serving his suspension.
Plus: Another Texas Republican retires from Congress, Houston properly celebrates its World Series championship, and Rick Perry says something controversial.
Plus: Houston stays strong nine weeks after Harvey, a World Series prediction comes true, and next season looks bright for the Astros.
Plus: The Astros could win the World Series tonight, Texans in Congress react to the Mueller indictments, and gas stations get in trouble for price-gouging during Harvey.
Plus: Astros are one win away from being World Series champions, Ken Paxton is cleared in a bribery investigation, and Sid Miller makes yet another bad joke.
Plus: What’s inside the JFK file dump, a familiar rivalry competes in a Los Alamos bid, and a man’s execution is delayed because of a clerical error.
Plus: Dodgers beat Astros in game one, Donald Trump Jr. speaks at UNT, and police identify toddler’s body.
Plus: The Astros begin their quest for a World Series title, a search for a missing three-year-old comes to a tragic end in Dallas, and Texas’s own Shea Serrano gets a television show.
Plus: Five former presidents hold a hurricane relief fundraiser at Texas A&M, Jeff Sessions talks sanctuary cities in Austin, and Selena will get a Hollywood star.
Plus: Dickinson residents seeking Harvey relief are forced to agree to not boycott Israel, the Astros face a must-win situation, and Whataburger gets disrespected.
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Plus: Austin seems primed to land Amazon’s new headquarters, Dallas will host the NFL Draft, and the Astros are suddenly on the bring of playoff elimination.
Plus: The feds reveal their findings after investigating the fatal Lockhart balloon crash, a tank explosion at a South Texas oil field injures two, and the new-look Rockets start their season by knocking off the Warriors.
Plus: The driver in the deadly human trafficking trailer case pleads guilty, Ezekiel Elliott gets an emergency hearing, and Google honors Selena.
Plus: The Astros move closer to the World Series, South Texas police catch a serial fajita burglar, and UT football falls short in the Red River Shootout.
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.
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
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.
Plus: The State Fair is here, and a Garland teen dies after being shot by another teenager.
Plus: A woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria from Harvey floodwaters, and Texas was a target in 2016 election hacking.
Plus: The NFL's sideline politics and how to fund Houston's Harvey relief.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.