Click to hear the story from WTAW’s Will Sinclair A group of citizens in Kurten is concerned about rumors that their post office might be shut down.
AUSTIN (AP) _ The State Board of Education got an earful from experts and activists concerned about the way evolution is taught in public schools. Dozens of people, including a six-member expert review panel, lined [Read More…]
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) _ A jury pool of 150 people must return to court Monday in the Galveston trial of the mother of a slain toddler dubbed “Baby Grace.” Kimberly Dawn Trenor has pleaded innocent [Read More…]
JONES CREEK, Texas (AP) _ A memorial that topped the grave of a 21-year-old Texas soldier killed in Iraq — has been stolen.
DALLAS (AP) _ Police Chief David Kunkle says it could cost $1 million to provide officers to control traffic and crowds at former President George W. Bush’s new home in an affluent Dallas neighborhood.
HOUSTON (AP) _ An Army investigation found that poor leadership, stress and individual issues were factors in the suicides of four recruiters in a single Texas battalion.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) _ The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider the case of a former Colleyville woman who said she was the victim of a forced exorcism.
HOUSTON (AP) _ Continental Airlines will record $170 million in net charges against fourth-quarter earnings when it reports the results next week.
The search is on to find out exactly what caused an Army Blackhawk helicopter to crash on Duncan Field.