The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Republican candidates for governor and lieutenant governor want to allow licensed Texans to openly carry pistols in public, an idea that has failed for years to gain momentum in the state's gun-friendly l
The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Wal-Mart heiress Alice Walton is asking that her 2011 arrest in Texas for driving while intoxicated be expunged from the records, and prosecutors say her request will likely be granted.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Sen. Wendy Davis’s camp announced Sunday her campaign manager is Karin Johanson, who managed the bid of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, the first openly gay member of the U.S.
Cornerback Morris Claiborne and safety Barry Church both left with hamstring injuries Sunday. Executive vice president Stephen Jones said Monday that Church's isn't serious, and he should be back this week.
Bossier City police arrested a mother and father over the weekend after they left two of their minor children by themselves for several hours overnight in their home with no electricity, food or running water.
A federal judge has struck down a key provision of Texas' new abortion law, blocking a statute set to go into effect Tuesday that required abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Arlington police are on the scene of an active shooting at an apartment complex.
Several residents at the Silverwood Apartments in the 1100 block of Silverwood called 9-1-1 early Monday morning reporting gunfire.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a former University of Texas women's track equipment manager will spend four years in state jail for secretly photographing and videotaping women athletes as they showered and dressed in a locker roo
The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a former teacher who created a “secret society” in 2009 as a tool to get underage girls to sleep with him was sentenced Thursday to two concurrent 12-year prison terms.