Stage collapses around GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina in San Antonio, and NASA has solved the Mars mystery (maybe).
Jay HS assistant coach banned from coaching, and details show police bullets hit bikers during Waco shooting.
Irving's most famous teenager lawyers up, and the insane case of little league basketball dispute.
Therapy cuts get delayed by judge, and deer breeders set their sights on the TPWD.
Alleged cop killer is trying to get a lesser charge on a technicality, and the Ahmed Mohamed conspiracies begin.
George P. takes heat for everything he does, and San Antonio high school players publicly flag a coach as the leader of the ref hit.
Walmart and Texas prepare for a boozy court fight, and its Friday night lucha libre lights.
Irving teen gets major national attention, and Whataburger apologies to police officers after an employee refused to serve them.
A kid is cuffed for bringing a clock to school, and Jade Helm ends with barely a whimper.
Trump "regales" Dallas, a postmortem on Perry's campaign, & an update on the recent string of HS referee hits.
Perry bows out of the presidential race, and former Blue Bell factory workers relay their unsettling experiences.
Paxton finally lawyers up, Jade Helm was a boon for the state guard, and UTRGV celebrates it's first hiccup-y week of classes.
Football officials think Texas football culture is just fine, and a jaw-dropping number of Cubans are crossing into Texas.
More details emerge in referee attack, and what will ever become of our dream bullet train?
Latinos getting far more traffic citations, and authorities get involved after a referee is tackled at a high school football game.
Heightened tensions after Houston deputy's death, and Baylor gets some outside counseling.
New video of San Antonio police shooting emerges, and Texas racing is back on (again).
Jefferson Davis statue finally goes down, police look into motives of cop killer, and a look at new laws to be enacted tomorrow.
Paxton pleads innocent as his lawyer quits, the Jefferson Davis statue will come down, and a Texas women wins in a ’50 Shades of Grey’ lawsuit.
Chris Kyle received the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor, dog racing in Texas ends, and Midland deals with its feral peacocks.
Houston mourns its famous cowboy doctor, and the Racing Commission goes all in with its bet against the Legislature.
Jeb Bush has a little trouble at the border, and the DRT is back in fightin’ mode.
Migrant detention centers are seeing cracks in the walls, and it's the first back to school for the new UTRGV.
Baylor player found guilty of sexual assault, and Texas will soon provide felons with food stamps.
El Paso abortion clinic first to reopen since 2013 law and Houston's HERO ballot must be reworded.
Bland’s death inspires a special committee on jail suicides, and Rick Perry compares illegal immigration to a "disease.”
Screaming for Blue Bell ice cream can stop in less than two weeks, and rats invade the Dallas criminal court.
Christian Taylor is buried in Arlington, Davis statue removal put on hold, and the newest wave of cattle rustling.
The New Black Panthers protested outside of Waller County jail, and Lee Harvey Oswald’s gravestone has returned to Texas.
The Arlington police officer who shot Christian Taylor is fired, and Blue Bell begins rolling out listeria-free products.
Contempt of court hearing dismissed against Paxton, and UT made its Confederate statue recommendations.
Weekend deaths bring more attention to Texas, the Texas Racing Commission takes a big gamble, and El Paso and Juárez partner up.
Texas gets plenty of love at the Republican debate, and everyone gears up for tax-free weekend.
Blue Bell ice cream is almost ready for its grand return, and Texas's voter ID law gets checked at the door.
Paxton receives lukewarm support, and Houston starts up another HERO fight.
Ken Paxton turns himself in today, and a man hurts himself trying to shoot an armadillo.
DPS director grilled about Sandra Bland arrest and barbecue faces another challenge in Austin.
Senate holds hearing on Planned Parenthood and a look at Texas jail suicides.
Under pressure, officials release more footage in the Sandra Bland case, and another cobra sighting, but this time in Houston.
Migrant detention facilites under new scrutiny and a look at the blind trusts of politicians
Donald Trump visits the border and Sandra Bland’s preliminary autopsy points to suicide.
A high-speed rail might actually be possible, and Patrick picks sides in the budget fight.
Video released in Bland case, and experts predict a disappointing shrimp season.
Hundreds march following the death of Sandra Bland, and no one is really monitoring listeria.
Officials taking a closer look at Sandra Bland death, and the search for a missing cobra in Austin (thankfully) comes to an end.
Houston is handing out housing permits like hot cakes, and Jade Helm 15 begins with little fanfare.
Blue Bell has a savior, and Jade Helm begins.
The Boys Scouts are one step closer to allowing gay leaders and TABC might allow boozy coupons.
The DRT hands over Alamo reins amid UN takeover fears, and the state kicks off its gay wedding season.
TABC reports customers are beeing bam-booze-d, and Texas braces itself for the Jade Helm takeover.