Sheriff Says Up to 10 Killed in Texas High School Shooting [UPDATED]
Injuries have been confirmed following a shooting Friday at a high school near Houston and the suspected shooter has been arrested, according to school officials.
Gunman Arrested After Police Shootout at Trump Resort
Gunfire erupted early Friday at President Donald Trump's Miami-area golf resort, as a man shouting anti-Trump rhetoric draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with officers in what one official called an "ambush" before being arrested, police said.
Deputies Destroy More Than 3K Marijuana Plants in East Texas
Authorities have destroyed more than 3,100 marijuana plants after an East Texas landowner reported finding an illegal campsite with trees cleared and an irrigated pot-growing operation.
Trump Defends ‘Animals’ Remark, Says He’ll Always Use It
President Donald Trump on Thursday defended his use of the word "animals" to describe some immigrants who enter the country illegally, saying he would continue to use the term to refer to violent gang members in spite of a sharp rebuke from Democratic leaders.
Texas Agency Rejected 2k Vanity License Plates Last Year
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles rejected more than 2,000 proposed personalized license plates last year.
Teachers’ Group Seeks to Stop Oklahoma Anti-Tax Question
A group representing Oklahoma teachers is asking the state's highest court to stop an effort to overturn a tax-hike package to fund teacher pay raises the Legislature approved amid a national uprising of educators seeking more classroom money.
Texas Inmate Set to Die This Week Loses Supreme Court Appeal
A 36-year-old San Antonio man set for execution this week for a robbery-slaying more than 14 years ago has lost an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Fugitive Grandma Pleads Not Guilty to Florida Murder Charge
A Minnesota woman accused of killing her husband and a Florida woman before leading authorities on a cross-country manhunt has entered a not guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge.