San Antonio is America’s fastest-growing city, but its 153-year-old daily paper's owners keep shrinking its newsroom.
The case of a man who slaughtered his family, then gouged out his eyes, will be reviewed Tuesday by an appellate court panel in New Orleans.
The renowned educator (and native Texan) came out of retirement to lead the historically black university.
The first summer after Harvey is when Texas coastal communities most need visitors.
Four baboons briefly escaped from a research facility in San Antonio, and an alien's grave marker was stolen.
The entrepreneur and financier confronts mortality in the most Texan of ways: by putting his beloved ranch on the market.
Diana Natalicio is believed to be the longest serving president of a public university in the country.
What a pattern of inaction after school shootings is doing to American children.
If activists want to make headway on reining in gun violence, they need to understand gun culture.
Earlier this spring, Jeff Pike, the head of the infamous Texas-based Bandidos motorcycle club, went on trial in federal court for racketeering. Prosecutors called him a ruthless killer, the man behind one of the deadliest biker shootouts in American history at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco. Pike, however, said he was just a good family man. On Thursday, jurors announced their verdict.
The 22nd school shooting of 2018 happened on Friday morning near Galveston.
Originally sentenced to twenty years, the Houston dentist who ran over her cheating husband has been paroled.
"We need more women to tackle the energy transition and tackle the biggest challenges we face: climate change, energy poverty, and good infrastructure."
The policy shift means that parents will be separated from their children if caught while crossing borders illegally.
Budgetary shortfalls have left dozens of students from Nepal in the lurch.
Dozens of gang members face charges ranging from trafficking methamphetamines to kidnapping.
Stop blowing up your expensive coolers, says the firearms lobby.
As Austin honored a former slave, Panola County celebrated the Confederacy and ignored his brother.
President Obama may be gone, but he’s not forgotten in the politics of Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Manley was named the lone finalist to lead the city’s police department.
The attorney general told a congressional committee he was deferring to its concerns about stopping funding.
Dallas, on the other hand, is interested.
The nine-year meat hustle has caught up with the former Cameron County Juvenile Detention Center worker.
The nation’s high court will consider whether Texas legislative and congressional districts discriminate against minorities.
The Legal Orientation Program provides guidance to those facing deportation and is praised for saving taxpayer money.
Texas’s political leaders were up in arms about a federal land grab in North Texas, but mostly remain silent about another potential land grab in South Texas.
The Infowars creator is at the peak of his influence but faces lawsuits and potential bannings from social media. Does any of that mean anything?
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At the same time, a majority of Texans polled oppose the idea of building a border wall.
Miss Texas skinned a rattlesnake, and a Texas legislative candidate accepted some very bizarre campaign contributions.
Genene Jones, a Texas nurse long suspected of more than a dozen child murders decades ago but convicted of only one, allegedly confessed.
Presidents past and present, as well as leaders from across the political spectrum, mourn the death of the former first lady.
In an announcement, the former first lady has decided against any further medical treatment and will focus on comfort care.
Over 30 bodies have been discovered on a former prison farm in Fort Bend County.
As construction begins for Trump’s project near El Paso, debate turns to nomenclature instead of immigration.
Ronald Burgos-Aviles, a nine-year Border Patrol veteran, was arrested Monday in Laredo.
National Guard troops are once again heading to the U.S.-Mexico border. So what?
Presidents Obama and Bush, as well as former Texas governor Rick Perry, made the same decision several times before.
The Democratic Senate nominee raked in $6.7 million and paid more than $2.6 million to former Sanders fundraisers.
The omnibus bill allocates money toward border wall construction along 33 miles in the Rio Grande Valley.
Immigrant advocates are concerned about the directive, which reverses an Obama-era policy.
Thomas was unarmed when a Harris County Sheriff’s deputy shot and killed him last week.
Observing the ATF’s disastrous assault on David Koresh and the Branch Davidian compound should have made John McLemore’s career. Instead, it ruined it. Maybe that was for the best.
There are parallels between today’s protests against guns and the sixties protests against the Vietnam War—among them the criticism by adults.
Branch Davidians Clive Doyle and Sheila Martin lost almost everything in the Waco fire, but not their faith.
It looks like Tillerson could be closing in on a new gig.
Experts in the earlier case say Austin’s police are working just as hard now that suspect is dead.
The Austin bomber's unknown motive is part of a larger pattern by those who commit violence.
There’s a reason we want to know more about mass killers, but a lot gets lost when we focus on them.
Even a 25-minute video confession leaves police with many questions about motive.