Houston's coach gets grilled, the immigration fight gets tough, and the affluenza kid and his mother are missing.
Officials respond to frightening dam story, John Jay coach guilty in referee targeting, and officials aren't prepared for another surge of unaccompanied minors.
Paxton gets rejected, all the weekend gun stories, and the Lewisville Dam might be headed for an historic disaster.
Panel forced to recommend campus guns, the costly T2 embarrassment, and an ultimate drinking warrior.
Eva Longoria holds the key to Corpus Christi (and to our hearts), SCOTUS arguments get super awkward, and the campus gun performance art controversy.
Sid Miller gets deep fried at a Senate Committee on Agriculture hearing, and Abbott goes to Washington to plead his anti-refugee case.
SCOTUS hears Texas voting district case today, legislators drill into the student-teacher problem, and cops are really having fun with the new 'Star Wars' movie.
Texas backs down from blocking Syrian refugees, the DPS has some issues with stopping Hispanic drivers, and state teachers can’t keep their hands to themselves.
The Lege gears up another battle over sanctuary cities, Patrick fends off the Internet’s snark, and a love of tacos is mistaken for graffiti.
Texas sues to for more control over refugees, and a confusing look at how Irving has become the protest capital of Texas.
George P. joins the Red River property fight, fireworks during Paxton’s day in court, and Abbott's Cuba adventure.
Special prosecutors wrapping up Sandra Bland investigation, the Paxton brawl begins, and refugee relief group thumbs its nose at state.
State threatens refugee groups with lawsuits, and jail suicide attempts have skyrocketed.
Clock Boy’s chances in court look slim, Houston Zoo fights back against gun law, and a 'Friday Night Lights' surprise.
Clock Boy’s family demands $15 million, and no one is sure where guns are allowed.
Citizens on both sides of debate continue to protest Syrian refugees, and Texas prepares high schoolers for oil careers.
Syrian refugees are the talk of Texas, kids are graduating despite failing tests, and the Church of Wells promises a biblical battle against pastor Joel Osteen.
Perry's legal woes hang in the balance, another increase in migrant children, and the return of Bluebell’s Texas plant.
New details about self-induced abortions in Texas, Abbott doubles down on Syrian refugees, and the investigation into last year's bus crash that killed four concludes.
Abbott promises to reject Syrian refugees, another Texas school opts out of campus carry, and a horror story comes to life.
HERO vote skewered on 'SNL,' Texas abortion fight makes it to the Supreme Court, and the AG is asked to weigh in on fantasy football.
A look at women's health service sans state Planned Parenthood funding, and the famous Austin cobra death has been ruled a suicide.
Romeo Rose has returned with a documentary (sorta), and anti-HERO activists are really upset over an old law.
Mass indictments issued in Waco shootout case, and Port Neches-Groves ISD fights off ”leftist extremists.”
Ben Carson gets the Alamo treatment and professors prepare legal action against campus carry.
HERO post-mortems roll in, Paxton OKs "In God We Trust" for police vehicles, and the fight over sanctuary cities gets serious.
HERO is zero in Houston, Dallas Zoo fights to keep guns banned, and Jeb! gets owned by an Austinite.
Paxton continues fighting his charges, H-E-B goes all Oprah on its employees, and the Dez Bryant monkey business is settled.
Texas homeschooling getting tested in court, the unclear future of campus gun laws, and the nuttiest on-air interview you’ll hear this year.
CNN obtains footage of the Waco shootout, and a Houston woman’s international incident escalates.
Examining the new normal of forest fires and debating God's existence in Katy.
The debate over sanctuary cities heats up, Bernie's trial gets a new location, and Waco's shootout-related bills start to mount.
Ted Cruz takes his presidential campaign one endorsement at a time, and UT explains its need for affirmative action.
Texas avoids Patricia’s wrath, and Bernie Tiede prepares for a new set of legal issues.
A gang of emus is on the loose, the Planned Parenthood crackdown, and J.C. Penney’s rough year.
Paxton recuses himself to avoid a conflict of interest, and an 800-square mile ranch is up for sale.
Ahmed Mohamed and his family announce their departure, and officials float another possible cause for the Hidden Pines fire.
George P. Bush comes under fire for hiring practices, A&M's Halloween costume is ruined, and Ahmed Mohamed visits the White House.
Institutions begin bracing for new gun laws, and presidential candidates descend on Plano.
UIL issues punishments in the referee targeting case, and Bastrop County fires continue.
A new grand jury is assembled for the Waco Twin Peaks shooting, and Bastrop County fires rage on.
Former employee files petition to remove Susan Hawk from the district attorney's office, and details emerge in former football star’s bizarre murder charge.
Another police incident in Grand Prairie garners national attention, and Abbott might have jinxed the Astros with a tweet.
Deputy Darren Goforth's death takes a curious turn, and it was another winning weekend for Texas teams.
Wendy Davis inspires a TV show, and a new lawsuit is brought against the family of Stanley Marsh 3.
The most epic elk chase of 2015 (or at least in Waco), and the Texas law banning flag desecration was ruled unconstitutional.
Texas gets final settlement from BP, and Matthew McConaughey has a new look.
Carly Fiorina’s fascinating Texas roots, and Franklin Barbecue bans professional line-sitters.
Blue Bell to return to North Texas and legislators back down on therapy cuts.
Cowboys player gets his own cereal, and Texas reflects on Ebola cases one year later.