November 1st will mark the one year anniversary since Planned Parenthood closed their Lubbock doors for good. While the abortion debate continues beyond the local level, women in the South Plains remain divided on how the clinic's absence affects the community.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker announced Wednesday that the city will withdraw its subpoenas of five pastors who opposed a rule banning discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Months after Texas beefed up its border security presence in the Rio Grande Valley, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst wants to know what it would cost to expand the projects through 2016.
Witnesses say drunken argument preceded fatal shooting involving New Mexico Sheriff's deputies.
Oklahoma beer delivery man hailed as a hero after tackling would-be robber threatening store clerk.
"Keep Big Spring Beautiful" pushes for an ordinance banning plastic bags in the city, or charging a fee to use them.
Border protection officers say they found more than a pound of crystal meth taped to a paraplegic man's legs.
While a large majority of Texas voters would allow either gay marriages or civil unions, gay marriages alone still have more opposition than support, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
The legendary oilman reflects on plunging oil prices, cranky folks in Denton and silly congressmen.
Police say they found drug paraphernalia, dirty diapers and a lack of food in one man's apartment.
Young Republicans of Galveston County, Texas are apologizing for an event they held over the weekend. They admit that throwing darts at pictures of Democrats went too far.
A former officer with a Houston area school district was in court Monday. He is accused of misusing his authority by asking a woman for sexual favors.
Texas sex offender accused of sexually assaulting a toddler and teen, infecting them with HIV.
Texas regulators on Tuesday tightened rules for wells that dispose of oilfield waste, a response to the spate of earthquakes that have rattled North Texas.
Texas medical staff apologize after telling new mother her infant's vaccination appointment would be canceled if she continued to breast-feed in waiting room.
Texas 6-year-old battling rare cancer becomes an honorary State Trooper for a day.
Salvation Army employee brutally beaten, but her attacker is only being charged with a misdemeanor.
Requiring voters to show a photo ID has proved controversial in the federal courts, but the law is popular with Texas voters, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. Texas voters favor it by a 3-to-1 margin, even though 38 percent say it decreases voter turnout.
A 61-year-old man faces an arson charge after a house fire sends a woman to an Odessa hospital.
A pit bull is recovering after his owner strikes it with a hammer in an attempt to euthanize.
Nine months into a federal pilot program created to reduce wait times at international ports of entry, operators of bridges on the Texas-Mexico border say it appears to be accomplishing that goal.
Gov. Rick Perry took his national ambition to California Monday, bemoaning what he described as a country adrift at home and abroad and predicting that Americans will demand dramatic change in the next presidential election. Perry hit on job creation, foreign policy, energy and more.
Odessa police say they found cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia throughout a home with kids left behind.
12-year-old boy allegedly hit and killed by a teenage girl learning to drive.
Man crashes car into Ten Commandments statue outside of Oklahoma capitol building, threatens President Obama.
One San Angelo teen is going to Russia for a ballet academy.
Serving a warrant at an Iowa Park home leads Wichita County Sheriff's deputies on a chase and results in a man's arrest for reportedly trying to harm a deputy
26-year-old Haylie Nicole Moreno, of Lubbock, pleaded guilty Friday to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Even if Texas Republicans sweep this year's statewide races, there are ways to figure out whether and where Democratic organizing efforts have made any headway. Or there will be, once the results are in.
Catholicism remains the religion of choice for most people in El Paso, but membership in the church has declined. How the church adapts to modern societal beliefs will be reflected by what happens to its membership there.
More than 200 artifacts tied to the 1836 Battle of the Alamo will return to San Antonio — some for the first time in 178 years — this week, courtesy of British rock star Phil Collins.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus is straying from the Republican crowd on what to do with the Texas Enterprise Fund. Though critical of past mistakes, he wants to keep deal-closing incentives that bring business to the state.
Man steps forward, claiming he's the father of baby left at Houston Post Office Wednesday.
Texas needs to be better prepared to respond to emerging infectious diseases like Ebola, the director of a new state task force on such diseases said Thursday.
Texas Judge will not be recused from the Adrian Peterson abuse case; prosecutors argued he is biased.
Presbyterian Dallas admitted its first Ebola patient on September 28th. Two of the hospital's nurses also contracted the disease.
Family attorney describes leak of Michael Brown's autopsy "insult on top of injury".
Flight paramedic Erasmus “Johan” van der Colff IV died Wednesday night from injuries suffered in the October 4th helicopter accident in Wichita Falls.
Officials also told sister station KMID, eight people the school were taken to the hospital after complaints of nausea, including four students and four teachers.
The man who held three burglars at gunpoint at an Abilene home Wednesday spoke about the incident.
"Nice weather" might actually be dangerous for your dogs because it is the perfect environment for Parvovirus.
The Texas Department of Insurance is fighting The Texas Tribune’s request for records that could shed light on why the agency has failed to collect racial data on injured workers, despite a 1993 law that requires it. The agency says release of the data would violate its attorney-client privilege and unfairly reveal its inner workings.
The money is part of $2.5-million set aside for improvement projects around the state.
The liquor was reportedly aged for 19 years and extra matured for an additional 15 years. It was bottled in 2012.
Gov. Rick Perry won't be making a Halloween court appearance after all. The Oct. 31 hearing that had been scheduled in Perry's criminal case has been rescheduled for Nov. 6 at 10 a.m., a court employee confirmed.
A man holds three burglars at gunpoint in far north Abilene after he noticed suspicious activity at a home in his neighborhood.
A Texas woman recently lost her husband, but thanks to letters he wrote in his last days, she can still feel his presence.
Medical marijuana user says she's been cast out of her Texas church because of her use of the drug.
What's surprising about the arrests is one of the sisters had easy access to most of the houses.
Gov. Rick Perry and other Texas officials are pointing fingers at the Obama administration for botching the Ebola response. But the state did not fully use its own power to restrict travel, quarantine health care workers and limit possible spread of the deadly virus.