Senate Leaders Agree on Plan to Reopen Government
Senate leaders have reached an agreement to reopen the government.
Shooting at Texas High School, Suspect in Custody
Sheriff's officials say there's been a shooting at a high school in a small town south of Dallas and a suspect is in custody.
Officials Say Deaths of Mom, Baby in Texas Fire Suspicious
A woman and her 8-month-old baby have been found dead in their Central Texas home after it caught fire and authorities say they consider the deaths suspicious.
Texan Charged with Series of Crimes in Boston Area
Prosecutors say a group of friends from Texas flew to Boston last spring for an NBA game and committed a series of vehicle thefts and burglaries while there.
Police ID Suspect in 4 South Carolina Officers’ Wounding
State police have released the name of a suspect in the wounding of four law enforcement officers in South Carolina.
Trump Denies “Derogatory” Remarks on Haitians
The White House has not denied the language used at the Thursday meeting on immigration.
Texas Mayor, 3 Others Charged In $150M Health Care Scheme
Authorities say kickbacks and bribes were paid to medical directors for certifying that patients qualified for services when they actually did not.
Arthur Miller Archive Going to University of Texas Library
The archives of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller, shedding light on seven decades of his work, will go on display at the University of Texas.
South Carolina Soldier Assigned to Fort Hood Dies in Iraq
Spc. Javion Shavonte Sullivan was assigned to the 16th Signal Company, 11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade at Fort Hood, and was battling ISIS in Iraq.
Sports Journalist’s Medication Caused Confusion
A sports journalist who was found after she went missing in Houston said she had a severe reaction to medication, then became confused and disoriented.