Sally Hernandez, Kim Ogg, and Catrina Shead speak about the importance of working together to protect a city's most vulnerable residents.
On Tuesday, a boy was stabbed at Brewer High School in Fort Worth, and Wednesday two people were killed at North Lake College in Irving in an apparent murder-suicide.
A Garland community center held a contest offering a $10,000 prize for the best drawing of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and it ended with two dead and a third injured.
On a day that no other U.S. senator was willing to be interviewed on TV about gun rights, Rep. Louie Gohmert joined Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson in calling for more guns in schools.
A gunbattle in Piedras Negras, which killed a Mexican police officer, prompted American officials to close two bridges in the city. This comes less than a month after an El Paso woman was hit by a stray bullet shot from Juárez.
The Texas Observer's Melissa del Bosque traveled to the Juárez Valley, where the murder rate is 1,600 people killed per 100,000 inhabitants, to report on the violent drug war gripping the region.
Three dead and eight injured as masked gunmen ambush cockfight at a ranch northeast of Edinburg.
Edgar and Johnny Winter sing the blues over a comic book.
At the state capitol, where talk of concealed weapons consumes us still, emotion is winning the day.