Texas public health officials say that HIV has seen an 8 percent increase in the state from two years ago. About 68,000 state residents have HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Five people, including a 6-year-old boy, were wounded in a drive-by shooting in a neighborhood on San Antonio’s East Side.
Texas property owners may get their next tax bills by email because of a new state law that gives counties the option.
No one was hurt in the Sunday fire aboard a 70-foot-long double-deck, paddlewheel party boat on Austin’s Lady Bird Lake.
A gigantic, alien species of prawn is beginning to appear in Texas coastal waters, posing a threat to native species of shrimp and crab.
Greenville Police Chief Daniel Busken is hoping to encourage the community to chip in toward efforts to protect women against rape.
A Hunt Co. law enforcement officer is due to receive some recognition for his efforts during a recent capital murder case.
COMMERCE - Three people are suspected of burglarizing a Commerce residence on Friday as the resident was away with his family for the holidays.
COMMERCE – Quay Throgmorton the Mayor of Commerce and his wife Page have filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy, which could end the City of Commerce’s lawsuit against the couple.
COMMERCE - Residents living along Bonham Street in Commerce can expect more signage in their neighborhood, and perhaps future funding for area improvements.