With its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local leaders from across the country to decide whether its contentious membership
A 300-pound Fort Worth man died shortly after police fired a Taser stun gun at him during a drug raid.
It's all about the odds.
Student from a South Austin high school were in Granbury Friday, delivering goods to those affected by Wednesday's killer storms.
The Texas House has approved a dramatic overhaul of the state's troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting agency, including replacing its entire, 11-member board.
Lawmakers used voice votes Friday to alter the beer industry's pricing structure and overhaul regulations that apply only to craft breweries. That drew
Texas lawmakers reached a deal Friday on a two-year spending plan that would restore $3.93 billion to public schools and clear the way for taking $2 billion
A tour of the hardest hit areas in Granbury showed widespread damage.
A final deal on a new Texas budget remained elusive Friday despite Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst saying that both sides had settled the key issues.
Texans continue to wait to find out where their tax dollars will be spent during the next two years. On Thursday, both budget-related meetings were postponed
Gov. Rick Perry viewed the devastation caused by a large tornado that left at least six people dead.
The Climate Prediction Center says in its official 2013 Summer Forecast that Central Texas' long-running heat wave will likely continue.
At least six people died and scores of buildings were flattened by Wednesday night's tornadoes.
A public meeting of budget negotiators is scheduled for Thursday afternoon, issues are still being worked out.
Gov. Rick Perry held a special ceremony to sign into law a proposal attempting to limit future wrongful convictions as the legislative session enters its
Traditionally, House Democrats have opposed charter expansion, as have Republicans from rural areas.