Nearly 48 years after Charles Whitman's notorious shooting rampage on the University of Texas at Austin campus, his youngest victim — a baby still in utero — received a headstone this year. The university's campus is still grappling with the memory of the tragedy.
Landowners and pipeline companies are closely scrutinizing proposed rules aimed at clearing up confusion over a status that gives pipeline companies the right to claim private property using eminent domain.
120 feet up... but for people going over the edge for the Coffee Memorial Blood Center, it seemed like much farther going down.
Hospital and Insurance Giant Couldn't Reach New Deal
The driver, 72-year-old Robert A. Jackson was wearing a seat belt but was pronounced dead at the scene.
Students at Ranchvale Elementary School Use Lunchtime for Eating, Recycling and Fundraising.
People in Texas will have to wait until next weekend, the 8th through the 10th.
A deputy pulled over a Toyota Camry and found more than six and a half pounds of marijuana and a pound of hashish, inside.
Randall and Potter Inspections
The New Mexico Public Education Department measured each school by factors including student performance and growth.
They want to meet up and strengthen relationships between many other organizations.
They're doing bridge joint and abutment repair.
July 31, Evening Forecast
The federal Food and Drug Administration is looking into a caffeine powder that is said to be fatal.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Quentin Adam Sanders.
Hours remain before an August recess that keeps lawmakers away from Washington until after Labor Day. The clock is ticking for congressional lawmakers, who have yet to agree on border security funding into the fall or measures to deal with the influx of undocumented immigrants.
Texas women who receive state-financed health services may be able to more easily access contraceptive products like intrauterine devices and hormonal implants beginning Friday, when rule changes to the state’s Medicaid program and the Texas Women’s Health Program go into effect.
While only two companies wound-up with winning bids in the auction, everyone in attendance left happy.
Many athletes say they both love and hate running. But as Reporter Jordan Chavez explains, this athlete runs because she thinks it will change the world for the better.
They're hosted a public meeting that's still going on until 6: 30 at their office on Canyon Drive.
Highlights include a keynote address by PBS's Daytripper Chet Garner and a trip into the canyon to see Texas.
Officials made sure all seats were properly placed and secured.
Founded in 2002, Bike & Build is a platform for young adults to bike across the country and volunteer with affordable housing groups nationwide.
37-year-old Gordon Splinter was arrested in March of last year in the 3700 block of South Harrison.
In addition to the new splash pad, improvements include shaded seating, restrooms, walkways and lighting.
Pending the boards approval, Bays will begin her new role at WTAMU on September 1.
The next court date for the juvenile is set for August 14.
There are a number of staff openings for both full and part-time Correctional Officers at the Neal Unit, as well as other units statewide.
Today is the last day for High Noon on the Square.
Drought-stricken Wichita Falls is trying a bold experiment to address one of Texas' most vexing water problems. It consists of four guys, a motorboat and thousands of pounds of a white powder that suppresses evaporation. w
28-year-old Billie Jeanne Ramirez and 56-year-old Dewey Bob Meyers reportedly sold meth to the undercover officer in a parking lot in the 3300 block of S. Bell.
Oscar Gomez Erives, 53, was Wanted for 1995 Shooting Death of Ex-girlfriend
You've most likely heard the saying "being in the right place at the right time," well for a Lubbock woman, people being in the right place at the right time saved her life.
Reports allege that District Three Commissioner Tommy Grazier was stealing gasoline.
Late registration for elementary students is August 4.
The Amarillo Police Department need help locating 52-year-old Phillip Smith.
Oscar Gomez Erives was finally taken into custody in Mexico in the early morning hours of July 22 in Mexico.
This marks the first time for CHS to win the award after being in the top 3 for two years in a row.
NCAA changes the rules on head injuries and shells out cash.
Attorney General Greg Abbott’s office filed a brief Monday arguing that Texas’ ban on same-sex marriage is constitutionally sound and a matter for voters, not courts, to decide.
Amarillo Police arrest two people on separate charges.
With the launch of a new initiative on Monday, the Texas State Technical College System could help revolutionize how colleges align their curriculum with workforce demands and help their students match up better with employers’ needs.
Lawmakers at a congressional hearing Tuesday will consider legislation that seeks to clear up confusion over whether Texans who live along the Red River own their property — or whether the federal government does.
Richard Milburn Academy Now a Part of Killeen Charter District
Millions of cubic feet of High Plains helium will soon be up for auction.
That money will go toward the fire/rescue department and be used to buy computers that will give officials better maps and provide better communication to with sheriff's office.
They'll be working on the northbound lanes on US 87, from 15th street to Hastings.
The offices will be opened for regular business Monday, August 4.
New compromise reached in overhaul of veteran health care.
Using 18 metrics - from the inflow of college-educated workers and number of new businesses to unemployment rates and home price appreciation.