Updated: 02/02/2011 - Burst water pipes at two coal-fired power plants forced them to shut down, triggering rolling power cuts across the state, the lieutenant governor said Wednesday.
Posted: 02/02/2011 - Baseball standout Roger Clemens says he's not concerned that his attorney briefly represented his former-teammate-turned-accuser Andy Pettitte.
Updated: 02/02/2011 - The Electric Reliability Council of Texas has ordered an end to the rolling electrical outages.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - One of former President George W. Bush's twin daughters says she supports gay marriage.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - Corpus Christi is trying solar-powered, credit-card accepting parking meters.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - Storms with winds reaching 70 mph damaged some structures in Southeast Texas.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - With ice on the runways in Dallas and a blizzard expected in Chicago, U.S. airlines are canceling thousands of flights and erasing much of their service in the middle of the country.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - A former Texas trooper whose 2010 trial on drug-related charges ended in a mistrial has pleaded guilty in a steroids investigation.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - A helicopter pilot with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has been indicted for allegedly lying about the 2005 drowning of a Mexican citizen in South Texas.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - Foster children in Texas could face trouble finding placement in foster care because of budget cuts proposed by Texas lawmakers, the commissioner of the Department of Family and Protective Services, told Senators Tuesday.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - BP's decision to resume paying dividends is rankling Gulf Coast residents who see it as another sign the company wants to move on even though many are still suffering from last year's massive oil spill.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - Some legislators have been told that Texas school districts should be allowed to cut pay for teachers or have furloughs to help avoid firing instructors to save money.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - After the death of a Texas woman who previously held the title, a Georgia woman is believed to be the oldest person in the world.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - About 230 current and former employees at a Baton Rouge-based oil services company have filed a civil rights lawsuit, saying they were forced to work in facilities where racist graffiti, slurs and discrimination are commonplace.
Posted: 02/01/2011 - Some state senators say Texas school districts should be allowed to cut pay for teachers or have furloughs to help avoid firing teachers to save money.
Updated: 02/01/2011 - Today's winter storm has closed Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and left thousands of people without electricity during freezing, icy conditions.
Posted: 01/31/2011 - A state budget expert identified $10 billion in lost revenue created by poor planning in making past tax cuts.
Posted: 01/31/2011 - Certain pet treats distributed nationwide under the name Jr. Texas Taffy have been recalled because they have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella.
Posted: 01/31/2011 - The nation's largest high school steroids testing program may fall victim to budget cuts.
Updated: 01/31/2011 - Going on green in Texas could be replaced by a blinking yellow arrow for drivers making left turns.
Updated: 01/31/2011 - Mark Steinhubl was given a second chance at life and is an example for Congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords who happens to be going through the same battle.
Posted: 01/30/2011 - Authorities know that thousands of men, women and children are trafficked into Texas. Proving it in a court of law is another matter.
Posted: 01/30/2011 - The Coast Guard says it has seized three small boats fishing illegally in U.S. waters in two separate incidents.
Updated: 01/29/2011 - A suburban Dallas teenager had to take on a waitressing job to pay $637 after being ticketed for using bad language in a high school classroom.