The world will end this Sunday, on the birthday of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. Or so warns the imprisoned polygamist leader of FLDS.
Dallas County will begin spraying for mosquitoes after West Nile deaths in the state this year reach seventeen.
Austin and Pflugerville saw three bee attacks in one week.
A new gun range in Lewisville will include specially-made facilities for hosting children's birthday parties.
The convicted polygamist leader tells that Texas Court of Criminal Appeals that, unless he is freed, God will send down "full whirlwind judgements" on the nation.
Megachurch Pastor Ed Young, known for his unorthodox methods, brought the beasts onstage as a metaphor for Jesus. But did the stunt violate a city ordinance?
The fallout from the state legislature's record $5.4 billion cut to school finance continues.
The imprisoned polygamist leader continues to spread his apocalyptic message, spending tens of thousands of dollars on large ads in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Tennessean.
A North Texas teen and his grandmother have become YouTube stars almost overnight, racking up more than half a million views in two days with their lipsyncing rendition of Tyga's "Rack City."
Lubbock County Judge Tom Head wants to raise Lubbock County's property taxes by 1.7 cents per $100 in order to pay for more sheriff's deputies to defend the town from the UN troops during potential civil unrest.
With December 21, 2012 rapidly approaching (only 148 days away!), so-called doomsday "preppers" are on the rise in Texas.
The San Antonio-based fast food chain is giving away box 101,197, its last case of "Spicy Ketchup."
The tradition of sending mail through the tiny town of Valentine to receive a special stamp could end if the USPS shutters the branch.
Meet the Fellowship Church pastor who makes Joel Osteen look like the picture of restraint.
Irving-based Hostess Brands, the maker of the indestructible snack cake, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time since 2004.