Citigroup was dropped from plans to underwrite Texas’ largest ever municipal bond—a $3.4 billion plan to raise investment in the state’s natural gas industry—over its oppositional stance to the firearms industry.
A cargo plane approaching a Texas Airport on Feb. 4 had to reverse course to avoid a collision on the runway. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a second plane was cleared for take off on the same runway.
BRYAN, Texas—On a bitterly cold January morning, a helicopter soars above central Texas farmland. The four passengers hanging outside the aircraft are hunting—going after feral hogs, an invasive species in the southeastern United States.
Articles of impeachment were filed against Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas by a Texas Republican on Tuesday, months after GOP leaders said they would make an investigation into U.S. border security a priority.
GEORGE WEST, Texas—A minivan trying to overtake a vehicle in a no-passing zone on a Texas highway crashed head-on into an SUV, which was then rear-ended by another vehicle, authorities said. Six people died, and five others were injured.
Texas and Florida lead the U.S. in population growth, according to new Census Bureau estimates.
Families of slain children in Uvalde called for the resignation of Texas’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steve McCraw during a public meeting in Austin on Oct. 27.
Texas public schools will soon be sending students home with DNA and fingerprint identification kits in an effort to help parents identify them in case of an emergency.
NEW BOSTON, Texas—Prosecutors asked a Texas jury Wednesday to sentence a woman to death for killing a pregnant woman and stealing her unborn daughter from her womb.
AMARILLO, Texas—A gunman shot three people, including two first responders, at the Tri-State Fair & Rodeo in Texas before he was shot and wounded by sheriff’s deputies, authorities said.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) presented Dr. Simone Gold a flag that was once flown over the U.S. Capitol on Friday, following her 45 days in jail for being involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach and stepping inside restricted premises.
Authorities in Texas on Tuesday confirmed the first death of a person who contracted monkeypox in the United States, coming after more than 18,000 people have contracted the virus in recent months.