Before it shuts down for good, we spent a day in the iconic Houston Heights icehouse.
A candid conversation with ”the Houston Kid."
The Commerce ISD trustee who started the confrontation resigned as well.
The 2011 letter, in which Jones admits that she "was heinous" and sorry for the damage because of her crime, came as a surprise to prosecutors.
Plus: Perjury charges are dropped against the state trooper who arrested Sandra Bland, Texas has the highest paid public college leaders in the country, and a fake news article prompts panic for Whataburger fans.
We've got some bueno taco suggestions for the Cowboys' new defensive end.
Marc and Debra Tice sat down with Matt Lauer to discuss their son, who has recently been back in the headlines.
Plus: Rick Perry takes the stage at a White House press briefing, more bad news for the affluenza kid’s mom, and the Navy honors a fallen Texas sailor killed in an accident at sea.
Plus: The state of Texas and local governments duke it out over Senate Bill 4, two Texas stars fall short in the NBA MVP race, and Crystal City’s former leaders are found guilty of corruption.
After a weekend that saw him become only the second golfer to win ten or more tournaments before the age of 24, let’s can the doom and gloom.
Plus: Waco courthouses still won’t perform gay weddings, Texas golfer Jordan Spieth hits a crazy shot for a dramatic win, and a passenger causes a ruckus on a Houston-bound Southwest Airlines flight.
Plus: Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Texas, new census data shows a huge population boom among Texas Hispanics, and San Antonio's "angel of death" catches another case.
A Manor man who left his puppy in the car in a Walmart parking lot is facing Class A misdemeanor charges.
The pontiff did not weigh in on if Dez caught the ball during the 2015 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers (but come on, it was a catch).
Decades after prosecutors convicted Genene Jones of killing a single infant, a Texas grand jury has indicted the former nurse on a second charge of murder. Prosecutors hope to prevent Jones’s release from prison, which is scheduled for next year.
Plus: Houston debates joining the lawsuit against SB 4, a Texas congressman apologizes after accusing the Clintons of murder, and a hellish United flight touches down in Texas.
Plus: Rick Perry backs Trump's proposed cuts to his department, the family of a UTA student who committed suicide sues the school, and an Austin couple who served 21 years in prison could finally get justice.
Plus: Sid Miller gets slapped with a fine for improper campaign finance reporting, Texans weigh in on the bathroom bill and immigration laws, and the leaders of the most corrupt little town in Texas go to trial.
Harris County was forced to release inmates after its pretrial detention system was declared unconstitutional.
”Alexa, buy a massive international supermarket chain.”
Plus: Ken Paxton brings Texas into the fight against opioid producers, Greg Abbott gets veto happy, and a half-dozen Harris County pregnant women contract Zika.
Say hello to Mo Bamba, the Longhorns's seven-foot star recruit from Harlem.
The candied drugs came in shapes of butterflies, flowers, bats and Star Wars characters.
He just wants to rock and roll all night, and hook ’em every day.
Beyoncé may soon be bringing twins into this unworthy world, Lone Star businesses back NAFTA, and Texans weigh in on Trump in a new poll.
What would Sam Houston think of this troll job turned full-blown circus?
Four Texas lawmakers were present at the practice, and one of their congressional staffers was shot.
Plus: Cornyn focuses on Hillary Clinton’s emails during Jeff Session’s hearing, DPS decides not to cut back hours at driver’s license centers, and American Airlines scraps a plan that would’ve given you less legroom.
The NSA contractor accused of leaking a classified document has South Texas roots.
If the age of the flash mob proposal is upon us once more, we’re kinda here for it.
Plus: The Justice Department allows Baker Hughes to merge with General Electric, the Spurs have a new secondary logo, and Vince Young’s comeback campaign suffers a setback.
Plus: A bathroom bill could jeopardize Dallas’s candidacy for the 2018 NFL draft, the U.S.S. Gabrielle Giffords gets sent into service from Galveston, and alt-right protesters mobilize in Texas.
The NFL Network’s list of the top 100 players in the league ranks the Houston hero a lot lower than he was a year ago.
Plus: Dallas joins the fight against the sanctuary cities bill, Ken Paxton will get a new judge, and a bomb scare shakes downtown San Antonio.
The festival—which has had its own issues around immigration this year—declined.
Kerry Max Cook, who spent almost twenty years on death row for a murder he maintains he didn't commit, sues the people who sent him there.
Plus: It is no longer legal to text and drive in Texas, the alleged NSA leaker has South Texas roots, and get ready to greet your new conservative Californian neighbors.
The exclusive clip comes from PBS’s 'The American Epic Sessions,' which premieres tonight.
Plus: Trump adds another Texan to his team, Texas coal country reacts to the nation’s exit from the Paris climate accord, and the State Fair concert lineup is here.
But not as a duo, unfortunately.
Plus: Racism at a Georgetown middle school, the red-hot Astros sweep the Rangers, and are we going to get a special session of the Lege, or what?
Sitting at the back of the plane may no longer be a curse.
Plus: Texas reacts to Trump pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, the case against a Fort Worth cop who shot a mentally ill man with a barbecue fork was dropped, and the Texas Parks Department starts a study to protect Balmorhea.
Plus: Abbott signs on pension fixes for Houston and Dallas, some domestic violence victims in El Paso are too afraid of deportation to seek protection from their abusers, and the KKK recruits with flyers and candy in Texas City.
Plus: The state representative at the center of Monday’s Sine Die dust-up could be on the hot seat, the poorest Texans could lose billions in Medicaid coverage, and a tough review spurs more taco violence between Austin and Houston.
The economic impact report for Houston’s Super Bowl is out, and the numbers are staggering. But are they legit?
Plus: Abbott opens the door for Uber and Lyft, Facebook and Apple unite against discriminatory legislation in Texas, and a federal audit rips Texas’s foster care system.
That’s not good for anyone.