Observers are watching to see whether rulings in Washington will have implications for states, like Texas, that do not recognize same-gender unions.
Commerce residents face a tough choice - whether to repair the city's decrepit pool or replace it.
Three suspects have been charged in connection with thefts in the Union Valley area.
The Greenville Electric Utility Service is seeking an assistant general manager.
One Cooper woman and two youths lost their home in a blaze early Monday morning.
A bill advancing through the Texas Legislature could drastically decrease the number of legal abortion facilities in the state.
Commerce residents interested in the city's options for maintaining a public swimming pool can hear details at a public workshop tonight.
Local residents can have their questions about the upcoming budget process answered at a town hall meeting Monday evening.
A public hearing is scheduled Tuesday to learn whether local residents want to see a juvenile curfew remain in the City of Greenville.
A few hundred people attended the naming ceremony of the Keith D. McFarland Science Building today.