Updated: 5:08 PM This man won't forget about Dre.
Posted: 3:32 PM The three surviving children of a Mexican woman who lawyers say was wrongly deported and later killed in Mexico by her abusive ex-boyfriend are suing the U.S. government.
Posted: 3:21 PM A Southeast Texas man has been charged with killing a longtime friend after the pair apparently argued while sharing a home.
Posted: 3:15 PM The last of five Red Cross shelters still open since deadly South Texas flooding has closed as recovery continues from the high water.
Posted: 3:14 PM A family spokeswoman says a dying 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl's condition has worsened as she awaits a lung transplant.
Posted: 2:55 PM A key confidante to former President George W. Bush will serve as president of his foundation.
Updated: 3:47 PM Retail gasoline prices across Texas have slipped 2 cents this week to settle at $3.37 per gallon.
Posted: 11:04 AM Racism and discrimination allegations are troubling the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, where employees bemoaned "a legacy of intolerance" in a report commissioned by the agency.
Posted: 10:54 AM Bare concrete slabs are starting to pop up across West, Texas, weeks after a devastating fertilizer plant explosion.
Updated: 4:46 PM Four men who served time at a West Texas minimum security unit have been arrested on manslaughter charges in the fatal beating of another inmate.
Updated: 11:01 AM Storms in north and west parts of Texas packing winds topping 80 mph have left behind hail and power outages but no immediate reports of anyone hurt.
Posted: 10:21 AM Two men have been found slain in a Southeast Texas neighborhood and police have questioned a possible witness.
Posted: 9:46 AM Prospects for robust economic growth in America will be hampered as long as the relative attractiveness of work declines, conclude two Texas A&M University economists in a new article titled “Where Have All The Workers Gone?”
Posted: 9:18 AM The Obama administration is defending the National Security Agency's need to collect telephone records of U.S. citizens.
Updated: 4:47 PM Former employees of the National Security Agency say the publishing of a court order asking Verizon to hand over all its phone calling records for a three-month period opens a new window on an operation that has been in place for years and involves all major U.S. phone companies.
Updated: 8:43 AM The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell 11,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 346,000, a level consistent with steady job growth.
Updated: 3:33 PM Storms in north and west parts of Texas packing winds topping 80 mph have left behind hail and power outages but no immediate reports of anyone hurt.
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