Updated: 07/15/2010 - A stretch of Interstate 35 north of Georgetown had some unusual traffic with more of a high-flying nature.
Posted: 07/15/2010 - Numerous scientists are measuring the Gulf oil spill at various depths, but what about the air above it? Texas A&M University atmospheric science researcher Don Conlee and a group of students are taking air samples with a series of weather balloon tests in conjunction with the National Weather Service (NWS).
Updated: 07/14/2010 - The Dallas County Medical Examiner's office has ruled that the mayor of an upscale Dallas suburb killed herself and that her 19-year-old daughter's death was a homicide.
Updated: 07/14/2010 - Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) has activated and deployed three swiftwater rescue teams to South Texas.
Updated: 07/14/2010 - The Texas A&M Rodeo Team took six qualifiers to Casper, Wyoming last month. The Women’s team ended up tenth in the nation out of 53 teams.
Updated: 07/13/2010 - HOUSTON (July 13, 2010)--A Harris County jury sentenced a suburban Houston mother to 20 years in prison Tuesday for not preventing the death of her 4-year-old daughter.
Updated: 07/13/2010 - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott fought to protect transparency and openness in government Monday when he filed a brief defending the constitutionality of the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA).
Posted: 07/12/2010 - Mexican food lovers, take note. Salsa, guacamole and pico de gallo — food staples for many Texans — increasingly are being fingered as the culprits in outbreaks of food illness, research released today says.
Updated: 07/12/2010 - * Update* Abigail Young is found guilty in Harris County of recklessly causing her daughter Emma's deadly injuries by omission.
Posted: 07/12/2010 - Former University of Texas great Colt McCoy is teaming up with Scott & White Healthcare as part of a philanthropic initiative to raise $50 million for a planned regional children’s hospital.
Updated: 07/12/2010 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Jay Perez and Elida Reyna have been honored as vocalists of the year during the 30th annual Tejano (tay-HAH'-noh) Music Awards. The awards were presented Sunday night in San Antonio.
Updated: 07/12/2010 - NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A new cap is now in place on the leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico.
Updated: 07/12/2010 - HOUSTON (AP) - A Texas law that takes effect this fall requires public colleges and universities to make more detailed class descriptions available on-line.
Posted: 07/11/2010 - A West Texas sex offender is spending some time in the Brazos County jail.
Updated: 07/12/2010 - An interfaith message is breathing new life into immigration issues. A Catholic Cardinal leading the Houston-Galveston area is crossing lines of religious beliefs to address laws in Arizona.
Updated: 07/11/2010 - DALLAS (AP) - Cuts to fees paid doctors in the state health care program for low-income Texans is raising fears that already declining physician participation will fall further.
Posted: 07/09/2010 - Coastal officials in Texas now say that new laboratory tests show most of the tar balls that washed up on Texas shores in the past few days are not from the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Updated: 07/09/2010 - AUSTIN (July 9, 2010)—The state Legislature could toughen drunken driving laws in Texas when it convenes next year.
Updated: 07/09/2010 - Texans along stretches of the Rio Grande could face more flooding after heavy rain that's closed some international bridges and led to evacuations
Posted: 07/09/2010 - Reservoirs along the Texas-Mexico border rose to their highest levels in decades after days of drenching rain, forcing officials to close two border bridges Wednesday, dump water into flooded rivers and evacuate tens of thousands from homes as heavy rains again pounded the region.
Updated: 07/08/2010 - It didn't take long for authorities to track down one of the state's most dangerous sex offenders.
Updated: 07/08/2010 - Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) has activated and deployed six swiftwater and two helicopter rescue teams to South Texas.
Posted: 07/08/2010 - Texas mental health funding could be cut by $246M