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Governor Greg Abbott tells the State Department that Texas has to dedicate its resources 'to those who are already here, including refugees, migrants and the homeless – indeed, all Texans'
(UPDATED) Dramatic video and photos shared on social media show a large fire at the TPC Group facility in Port Neches, near Houston, with one resident describing waking up to a huge boom
FBI special agent Christopher Combs confirms the firing, but says it was not the spark for the shooting, which took place on August 31
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice confirms the death of Larry Swearingen at 6:47 pm local time at the state prison in Huntsville
Police are investigating the deaths of Alyssa Marie Mejia Rogers and her husband – who reportedly shot himself after killing his wife – as a possible murder-suicide
Police identify the shooter as 22-year-old Brian Clyde, who caused no deaths or injuries when he began firing at the courthouse entrance from a sidewalk
John William King, one of 3 men convicted of the June 1998 killing of James Byrd, is to die by lethal injection at the Huntsville penitentiary.
The victim, an African-American, is identified as Botham Shem Jean, 26, an immigrant from the Caribbean island nation of Saint Lucia
Seattle-based US District Judge Robert Lasnik says in his Monday ruling that free speech rights were 'dwarfed' by the harm Cody Wilson's actions could cause
4th UPDATE We re anticipating the remaining 8 containers that have not yet started to have product degrade in them for that to start to happen Rennard tells reporters cautioning it was unclear when the containers would burn
The National Weather Service says 21 states – from New Mexico to as far north as Michigan – are under a weather watch or warning as part of the storm system
The White House quickly calls the decision wrong saying the president acted within his legal authority and that the administration will appeal