After grounding into a double play to end the top of the seventh inning, Shin-Soo Choo still held out hope that he’d have another chance to extend his on-base streak.
A 25-year-old man accused of posing as a 17-year-old student and Hurricane Harvey evacuee so he could play basketball at a Dallas high school is facing a new charge in his case.
More property owners along the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas have said they’ve received notices from the federal government asking to review their land, which could be used for border wall construction.
A newspaper review has found the Texas Attorney General’s Office has spent $500,000 to defend the state’s recent abortion restrictions with expert court testimony that has mostly been given little or no weight by judges.
Some Texarkana residents have questioned a plan to rename a city park in Arkansas.
Leaders of areas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey are questioning how they will pay the local share of flood control projects only partly funded by the federal government.
Five schools in Austin named for Confederate heroes likely won’t get new names for another school year.
A Temple man was indicted last month for overcharging an elderly woman with dementia more than $47,000 for lawn care.
Authorities say a person working on a water tower in Southeast Texas was killed and another injured when a metal panel shifted and fell.
A new report by WalletHub looked into which states are the best for small businesses.