Refugee terrorist arrested in Houston, Texans do stand-offs right, and several angry judges
State trooper indicted in Sandra Bland case, the Bandidos president is arrested on federal charges, and someone is messin' with the state fair.
Texas politicians respond to Obama’s gun campaign, and Aggieland loses another sports bigwig.
Trans-Pecos Pipeline could run through Big Bend, and Williamson County is having some antebellum issues.
A quiet beginning to open carry, Ethan Couch’s wild holiday, and the dairy cow disaster.
Greg Abbott shuts down a winter solstice display in the Capitol, Planned Parenthood loses funding, and no charges in Bland case.
The state is still trying to figure out the whole open carry thing, and Bernie Tiede gets a megastar fundraiser.
SMU opts out of campus carry, Blue Bell looks toward the future, and San Antonio's great pizza swindling.
State's troubled foster care system violates constitutional rights of children, Texans seem to be buying less guns this year, and Sandra Bland's family lawsuit gets scheduled for trial.
Sid Miller’s people are doing quite well this year, and Spurs fans shared maybe the most awkward kiss cam experience ever.