It's exactly the sort of futuristic thinking you'd expect from Google and NASA: Late last week, the organizations announced a partnership to build a
Today more than 1 in every 3 baby boomers — that huge glut of people born between 1948 and 1964 — is unmarried. And those unmarried boomers are
When it became clear that the conditions over Moore, Okla. were ripe for a huge tornado, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration put its GOES
Apple was criticized in a Senate committee hearing Tuesday for using complex accounting to minimize the corporate taxes it pays. One key piece of the
It's been a tragically busy spring for disaster relief organizations. John Davis of the Lamar County and Texarkana Area Chapters of the American Red Cross says that trained volunteers and money are what the Red Cross needs the most.
Over an inch and a half of rain fell on Commerce Tuesday during the storms that crossed Northeast Texas. Here are a few pictures from outside the KETR studios.
A plane ticket and passport are not necessarily required to discover great vacation spots, as Mary found on a recent visit to McKinney.
Did you every dream of hunting bear?
Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletics has announced the four Lion athletes and one team that comprise the 2013 Hall of Fame class, which will be inducted on Sept. 7.
I saw something online that fueled my natural pessimistic tendencies. It was a story about a Uni
Residents of Greenville and surrounding areas have an opportunity to help victims of the Moore tornado.
The Hunt County Sheriff's Office South Command was declared operational on Tuesday.