Midland, Texas suffered when oil dropped below $30 a barrel in 2016, but they maintained a relatively low unemployment rate and never needed to spend savings money.
Katie Potter, a substitute teacher at Aztec High School, is credited with saving 17 lives during a fatal shooting Thursday.
An FBI agent believes U.S. Border Patrol Agent Rogelio Martinez was murdered, according to a sworn affidavit filed in a federal court this week.
Department of Homeland Security released statistics for Border Patrol and ICE showing improved immigration security.
Texas Rep. Joe Barton announced he won’t seek reelction Thursday, after a woman released explicit Facebook messages between them.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case that two lower courts have ruled in favor of a school district that allows students to pray before Board of Education meetings.
Two Hurricane Harvey victims have returned home just in time for the holidays after they were forced to leave from flooding
Agents rescued a woman with a broken ankle who had gone down into the drain with four other immigrants.
The First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs will open to the public as a memorial.
First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas, scene of shooting massacre, has been returned to the people.
A smart mosquito trap that only catches disease spreading mosquitos could help prevent the spread of Zika and deadly illnesses.
James Bradley Jr. who had 39 immigrants in the back of a tractor trailer when police found him in July, pleaded guilty to multiple charges in court.
A superintendent from a Texas school district is embroiled in a controversy after leading district staff in prayer at a back-to-school meeting.
Juno the elephant is being treated with electrochemotherapy, an unprecdented approach to helping an elephant with cancer.
A two-day summit in El Paso discusses WWII-era immigrant worker program that could teach lessons for today’s immigration debate.
A Texas man who allegedly shot two sheriff’s deputies and rammed three patrol cars on Sunday is under arrest, police said.
Mexico on Monday reversed its decision to send aid to Texas in the wake of destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey’s rampage through the Lone Star State, the U-turn coming after Mexico suffered two of its own natural disasters back-to-back.
Houston Police Department’s union is helping officers who have damaged homes thanks to many donatinos.
The flooded Texas chemical plant where explosions forced evacuations last week had received 10 serious violations over workplace safety recently, according to a report obtained by Fox News.
As President Trump rolled into Corpus Christi to survey the damage and meet with rescue workers, he was greeted by over 100 supporters along with a handful of protesters.