A glass of milk is a great way to start the day and a family farm in Abernathy is providing West Texans with raw milk.
Private medical providers in the Valley welcome additional resources to address the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' massive backlog, but they say the voucher program must be improved to maximize its effectiveness.
A House committee will weigh multiple options on Monday when it meets to seek some closure to an investigation of University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall that has lasted more than a year.
As cities across Texas continue to spread out, water suppliers and local governments are faced with the question of who should pay for building the infrastructure needed to handle the growth.
A convoy of anti-illegal immigration activists made it to McAllen on Friday for a rally at the city’s municipal bus station.
Caught on camera: suspect rocks out to "Best Day of My Life" in police bait car.
Number of puss caterpillars, which are venomous, has spiked in central Texas lately.
A Texas teen is facing felony drug charges that could send him to prison for life.
California residents shame people who waste water during drought
Promising to secure the border and take the Texas approach to government national, Gov. Rick Perry delivered an impassioned speech Friday morning in which he called for conservatives to wage a “war” on “the battlefield of ideas.”
Congressman Mac Thornberry toured the Wichita Falls VA Clinic Thursday morning and toured the Rio Grande Valley earlier this week.
Texas’ top environmental regulator suggested Thursday that the state may ignore a proposed directive from the Obama administration to reduce carbon emissions from power plants.
In an unexpected move, the Texas Water Development Board on Thursday punted a final decision on the controversial Marvin Nichols Reservoir a few months down the road.
The Tulia Volunteer Fire Department (TVFD) has recently received a grant of $15,000 from Texas A&M Forest Service to go toward the purchase of rescue equipment for the department.
Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, two potential 2016 presidential candidates, are among the Texas Republicans scheduled to speak at RedState's national conference Friday and Saturday in Fort Worth.
Oklahoma "GOP Been Feed" flyer features bean wearing sombrero, "things you may not know about...the Ku Klux Klan" on the agenda.
Teen describes moments that led to her father, a police officer, shooting her new boyfriend to death.
Deputy shoots suspect to death after man intentionally slams pickup into cruiser.
With the help of his Bop Bop, Britton was able to double his cotton acres this year. But with that, he also doubled his work load, expenses and water requirements.
This week marks the 15th Annual National Farmers Market Week, where we celebrate the abundance of summer and the farmers and ranchers who make it possible.
Galveston is still recovering from Hurricane Ike in 2008. Dilapidated homes and empty lots dot the streets. Nearly six years after the storm, though, lawmakers continue to grapple with preparation for the next big one.
The newest detention center in Texas for migrant children started operating last week. But it's already drawing disapproval from immigration attorneys, including the team that helped shut down a troubled detention center near Austin in 2009.
It's almost time to send children back to school, but before you do, local law enforcement says it's not a bad idea to see if there are any sex offenders along their routes to school.
Lidia Gomez-Yucute, 47, of Guatemala pleaded guilty Monday in Lubbock for her part of a human smuggling conspiracy.
A man was arrested on Sunday for failure to vaccinate his pet for rabies. He was released Tuesday morning on a bond of $441.
Patient shows possible Ebola symptoms at Ohio Hospital, tests negative for the virus.
A proposal by the federal government would place stricter limits on emissions from petrochemical and other industrial plants. An EPA hearing this week in the Houston area reflected the heated debate over balancing economic growth with air quality concerns.
Gov. Rick Perry’s office pushed back Tuesday against criticism that he overreached in funding the deployment of Texas National Guard troops to the border.
Opponents of Houston's equal rights ordinance plan to take the city to court over rejected petitions.
Missouri family fights to keep dog despite local ordinance banning the breed, saying the beloved pet helps their autistic son.
Texas 12-year-old arms her self with a knife and takes refuge in bathroom when burglar enters her home.
The Federal Railroad Administration is seeking public comment on a request by Union Pacific to transfer some train safety inspections away from a rail yard in El Paso due to border violence.
The Tribune reviewed more than 400 pages of emails sent to UT System officials following news that the flagship's president was being given an ultimatum on his job. Most supported Bill Powers, though there were exceptions.
A toddler died after being struck by a vehicle Saturday, about 2:00 pm, near 23rd Street and Avenue J.
Colorado has begun to issue driver's licenses to immigrants who are in the United States illegally.
The harmful toxin found in Lake Erie that caused a water crisis in Ohio's fourth-largest city this weekend has raised concerns nationally. That's because no states — including Texas — require testing for such toxins, which are caused by algal blooms. Texas has battled blue-green algae at several of its lakes, but the spokesman for the state's Commission on Environmental Quality said surface water data has "not demonstrated levels of algal toxins that show any cause for alarm."
A common thread is evident in the latest hires at the University of Texas System and at its flagship: The new leaders are disciplined and accustomed to enforcing their rules.
At a public hearing near Houston this week, the federal Environmental Protection Agency will hear from residents who live near refineries and from the industry in hopes of determining how much more needs to be done to curb toxic emissions.
“God spoke to me," Hope Jackson said about her plan to start a shelter for homeless female veterans in El Paso. Jackson, who is relying on her money and community support to convert a house for the facility, said it would be ready this fall.
A Texas Tech cheerleader who garnered national attention, and criticism, over her big game hunting photos from Africa made her first public appearance since the controversy in Houston on Saturday.
Dr. Thomas Ksiazek is heading to West Africa to help efforts to contain the deadly virus.
Beef shortage blamed for shut down at Cargill meat processing plant.
The Texas Department of Transportation plans to partner with universities to research futuristic technologies like self-driving cars, hover cars and embedding solar panels in roads.
Outbreak at New Mexico facility brings deportation of Central American children to a halt.
A Denton jailer is fired after leaving another man with severe injuries.
Trevino, affectionately known as "Pastor Dan," was asked to provide Sunday services for the thousands of unaccompanied kids currently sheltered at Lackland.
A once-obscure federal export credit agency has landed at the center of a national debate over business and free-market ideology, with potentially enduring ramifications for the Texas companies it supports and the Republicans it is dividing.
A Lubbock man created an unusual twist on panhandling at South Loop and University Avenue Wednesday morning. Instead of holding up a sign asking for money, he held up a sign asking if other people needed money.
Robert Gates, who has led the CIA, the Defense Department and Texas A&M University, talked to the Tribune about why he thinks Admiral William H. McRaven is a good choice to be the University of Texas System's next chancellor.
Investigators found several camps with tents, generators, food and sophisticated irrigation systems.