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.